Ray, That fig has nothing to do with Bebera Branca. Only the name is similar in our language (Brevera Blanca means White Breba)
Here's a photo of Bebera Branca (taken in his home land - Algarve). My friend description of the fruit: " Sweet, flavored and extremely syrupy. At the point of ripeness shown on the pictures, it is rather fresh and fruity, a mix of delicious flavors from the dark berries to hints of passion fruit."
The main crop approaches 100 g and can exceed 150 g if caprified.
I agree with you, the Brevera Blanca in the video could use a few more days of ripening (probably are being picked to be sold). Nevertheless, they should be just fine tasting even like that. My spanish friend has told me that they are among the very best in terms of flavor. I hope that, next year, i can taste them for myself.