So my darker, malty, English style beers are really where I want them. I have a 6% traditional IPA just finishing up and am really, really pleased with it plus a couple of others that I wouldn't change. I keep trying to brew what I think of as a 'new world' IPA which I want to be clean and crisp with lots of citrusy and juicy flavours and can't quite get one that hits the spot and am wondering what I have wrong. I do use the same base malt, so am wondering if that's a problem, and also use plenty of Cascade and am becoming suspicous of those. None of the beers are dumpers, but I haven't come up with one that makes me go 'wow' just yet. Any thoughts on where I might be going wrong or, alternatively, any recipes that might get me on the right track? Thanks in advance for help, as ever.