Topaz is among one of the many new hop varieties coming out of Australia. It is a relatively high alpha acid content for a dual purpose hop! Its characteristics have been described as grassy and resinous, with some light tropical notes. Depending on the beer and how it is used, different flavors can be coaxed out of this hop. Dry hopping with this hop tends to produce resin-heavy flavor and aroma characteristics. Some light fruit and tropical flavors and aromas also appear in high gravity beers. An interesting hop from down under with a lot of potential!
Super Pride is an Australian-grown hop that has some Pride of Ringwood parentage. It is basically a high alpha version of its lower-alpha counterpart. Pride of Ringwood is known for its earthy and woody characteristics, being mild and pleasant with some fruitiness and overall resin character. Super Pride has many of these same characteristics, but with higher alpha acids to provide more bitterness. It is typically used as a bittering hop with additions added to the kettle, as opposed to after primary in the fermentation vessel. However, use this variety however you see fit. Another great hop from Australia!
Vanguard Hops is an aroma variety and carries similar characteristics as Hallertau. The low alpha acids with higher beta acids, and staggering low co-humulone content make for very smooth and subtle bitter qualities. Vanguard is ripe for German-Style beers, but its application does not stop there. It is going to add to the aroma complexity for any number of ales, including Stouts and Imperial Stouts.
Citrus bomb pretty much sums it up. It is a high alpha version of Cascade, but slightly more pungent. Can be used for bittering anywhere you would use Cascade, but as an aroma/flavor hop, it can be quite intense due to the high essential oil content (can be as much as twice the typical oil content of Cascade), so compensate accordingly. Centennial is the star of Bell's Two Hearted Ale.
From the Moxee Valley of Washington State, comes a hop named after the legendary city of gold; El Dorado. It was released in 2010, but went through a period where it wasn't available to the homebrew community, but now it is! Elicits responses of fruity notes, specifically tropical fruit flavors. Other fruit notes offered have been pear, watermelon candy and stone fruit.