I've used this yeast in a Belgian Wit, and it came out very well. Fermented in the mid 60's and got a nice balance of spice, clove, and phenols. Gave delicate fruit flavors with some nice sweetness from the yeast. Based on that, I would think it would work well in a Belgian blonde. Also, fermented fast. I bottled it after 2 weeks in the primary and then it was ready to drink after 2-3 weeks in the bottle. It also aged well. Flavors were probably best after 1.5 months in the bottle, but it continued to taste good for 6 months when the batch was all drank.