This one pours crystal clear (as a pilsner should), and provides scads of head at the beginning - maybe a bit much for the style. The retention isn't too bad, actually, and there is consistent, spotty lacing.
I don't get much or any of the advertised floral notes in the aroma. I smell more of a wheat/grass combo, perhaps with a bit of that characteristic sulfuric "lager smell".
The taste is a bit acidic, fruity, and sweet. None of those traits are overpowering, but it's pretty strong in those respects for a local pilsner.
The carbonation level is medium, and the finish is dry, overall.
Overall, a decent beer. Good enough to keep a couple in the fridge for a hot summer day. Not good enough to really engage you and pique your interest as you drink it; at least it's pretty refreshing and you won't feel bad if you decide to sacrifice one to cook with.