I won't be much help here for two reasons--I've found I really like Cascade hops in my recent trials with trying different brands that I know use Cascades. Second, I don't have a real good nose for detecting certain aromas. That said--and without sounding degrading to you which isn't my intention at all, is you may want to keep experimenting with what you do and don't like as far as beers. I know that Sam Adams beers doesn't use Cascade hops (the Boston Lager, and Light for sure) so I'm thinking it might be the actual bittering or dry-hopping aroma that you don't necessarily like. I for one hated Sam Light from the first time I tried it, and I think all the rest of SA's beers are top notch.
Here's what I'd recommend. Get some buddies to come over, and have each of them bring a different six pack of something good--styles you know you enjoy, but aren't sure what separates each one.
Do a little research beforehand regarding what is used for hops--for example, it is well known Anchor beers use Cascade and Northern Brewer. Sierra Nevada uses primarily Cascade. SA lager beers used primarily Hallertau and Tettnanger, in the ales they use primarily fuggles and other british styles.
Knowing the subtle style differences will take you a long way in knowing what to brew in the future and help you design your own great recipes.
I'm sure this didn't help much--but I've learned it takes research and then experimentation. Hard research is such a drag, buying all these beers and then drinking them to see what flavors you think you've got? Man, hard life we have as homebrewers....LOL