Considering all factors, sweetness, taste, production etc. I also take Celeste at this time. I have a hundred I haven't tasted yet but one that might take away the title from Celeste is O'Rourke, which is an improved Celeste. My tree is young, second year in ground, and it has produced around 50 figs this year of which they all ripened or are ripening with not one split or sour with all the rain we've had. Also the rain hasn't affected the taste. It rain all fig season last year and this year and the figs taste very sweet and yummy. I don't know how they'll hold up to preserving, only time will tell. I hope to have a dry year to really get a good taste of them. If they improve from a year like this one then I can't wait.
OMOTM, Steve I glad to hear that about the Enola #3. Mine will go in the ground this fall. Do you also have the #1 and #2 to compare it too.