Guatemalan Ikeda is a hardneck purple stripe variety - you can just about see the purple marking on the clove. Medium size bulbs with nine cloves, it had a powerful garlic fragrance which tamed slightly when it was added to a parsley pesto over salmon steaks and baked.
Morning after dry mouth was rated at six out of a scale of ten. (Taste and fragrance opinions are highly subjective).
Susan Delafield is a porcelain variety and among the largest bulbs this harvest. The white thin skin held seven cloves and when split apart revealed a contrasting bright purple skin.
As for taste and morning after - I'm suffering with a heavy cold so this was all lost on me. Hopefully a feed of garlic scape pesto this evening with pasta will drive the virus out.