I had Saranac Brewing's Wild Hop Pils about 2 weeks ago, made with Belma hops. It was the last bottle in the store, over in the mix and match section. Boy, I wish I had a case of it.
That Pils was very clean and refreshing, but unlike the greener tastes I get from Saaz-hopped pilsners, this beer had a "purple" aroma to it. It was sort of reminiscent of Brewer's Gold, with a kick of berries and blackcurrants; Fuggles, with sort of a herbal-to-floral, woody note, and something American and sweetly resinous without tasting of grapefruit peel. It was just perfect on that pils.
TL;DR: Belma is one tasty hop. Use it well.
Bottled: Redcurrant wine, Brewer's Gold Single-hopped Best Bitter, Apfelwein, Yule Gruit, Sahti.
Secondary: Six Gallons of Fresh Air
Primary: Local honey mead, Anglo-German Golden Ale (Spalt/Saaz/Fuggle)