Had a pound of these years ago.....cheap. Had good AA% at 9. Used it in English styled brews- posters, stouts, browns, ESB, English IPA. When I was using it, there wasn't much info out there (or other people using it). Really only thing I was able to find was it is similar to Challenger and had some blackberry undertones. So I primarily used it as a bittering hop. Beers turned out fine. Then started using it for flavor and aroma (however in conjunction with my other English standards- kent holdings/ fuggles). I can't remember having any issues with any of the beers. I don't remember using more than 1 1/2-2 oz per 5 gallon batch though. It's been awhile, but if I recall- it did have a fruity (berry) even sweet taste and aroma and was mildly spivey (maybe this is what people are calling "sharp"). Very complimentary of English styled ale. In fact when paired with EKG, I recall a candy like sweetness that was very good.
My advice. Use it. Stick with a darker English ale- particularly a brown first. Low IBUs, and mix it with fuggle and/or EKG at different points so at least half hops are Phoenix.