foggy's clover sure does look nice.
The answer depends on your USDA zone, your soil, and the a mount of work you want to put into it.
My very best clover was Imperial Whitetail when I spent lots of dollars, time, fertilizer, and mowing. I put it on my best soils.
I just do not want to spend that much time and money any more.
Durana and Patriot freeze out for me. Red clover and alsike can work on lower pH soils. I like the clover blends for now in most cases.