I am a relatively new fig grower. I am growing about 45 2y old varieties in 4-5 gallon SIPs, and another dozen in large plastic black pots (plus a number of new plants this year but they are not producing yet). I have had a few figs so far this year, one or 2 at a time. But last night was exciting - I got to try 5 varieties for the first time, shared with my wife and mother in law. The following pics is shows 2 Old Brooklyn Italian figs at 6:00, and clockwise from there includes Red Sicilian (MN), LSU Purple, unknown purple fig probably a Mt Etna type, and Bryant Dark. The consensus was that the Red Sicilian was sweetest, and the 2 Old Brooklyn Italian figs had a bit of a sharp or acid flavor that my mother in law described as 'citrus-y'. All were good, all were keepers. Looking forward to getting more of all of these and of the rest of the varieties to come!