I had some interesting outcomes from the WB-06 yeast...
At bottling it tasted very hefe-like with lots of clove and banana. The first few bottles were the same, and then it became more bubblegum-like and quite unenjoyable as that flavour was so pronounced.
I left them for a while (about two months) and decided to sample one tonight - the bubblegum has subsided and it now tastes like a wit-hefe hybrid with subtle banana, some clove and spice. It's very, very nice now, though couldn't be described as either a hefe or a wit! A very refreshing beer, and very interesting.
One of the most interesting things is that, though cloudy and yeasty before, this beer has now completely cleared! The yeast has formed a very tight and compact sediment at the bottom and is not remaining in suspension. Sound strange?
I should also say that used Maris Otter in this beer instead Pilsner which would change the flavour profile.