A few weeks ago I ordered some flavors from Inawera. I ordered the following from their wera garden line:
Bahraini Apple Gold
They are $3.00 for a 7ml bottle of flavoring. They are very concentrated, with recommended ratios of 1-2 drops per 5ml to 1 drop per ml. The company is located in Poland, so shipping did take a little longer than normal. I got my package 6 business days after receiving the shipping notice.
All juices mixed at 12mg nic, 50/50 pg/vg. Flavor ratios were done according to recommended levels from the website for each individual flavor (2 drops per 5 ml for everything but orange, 1 drop per ml for orange).
Apple- This is a very tart green apple flavoring. Reminds me of Sour Apple Pucker. I like it... it is very tart, but still has some sweetness to it.
Banana- Very good. Probably the best DIY banana I've tried... and I've tried quite a few. It's not an in-your-face flavoring, and has a creaminess to it that makes it delicious.
Bahraini Apple Gold- At first vape, I was like "... is this?" So I looked up what Bahraini Apple actually is... turns out it's a shisha flavor. I still don't know what to think of this one... My first reaction was negative because I was looking for a straight apple taste. I've never used shisha so I don't know what it is supposed to taste like. It's an ok flavor, but I won't be making any more of it after the test bottle.
Cherry- Straight up artificial cherry flavor. Tastes like the cherry chewy Jolly Ranchers. Not a fan.
Cola- A very good cola flavor. Very similar to BlueMist cola DIY flavor, which is excellent as well.
Orange- Another excellent flavor. Not an artificial flavor. Just real orange taste, like fresh squeezed orange juice. I've tried a few orange flavors, and again, this is my favorite so far. This reminds me of Highbrow's Orange de Sangre (which I did not like... metallic aftertaste) but way better. It did mix up a bright freaking yellow. Looked like a urine sample.
Peach- I get no flavor from this one. I mix everything at 50/50 pg/vg, and all this one smells and tastes of is the sweetness from the VG.
I mixed all of these up a couple of weeks ago, and have been testing them each day since. The flavors are getting smoother the longer we steep. I translated some of the posts on their (polish) forum, and apparently due to the concentration of these flavors, long steep times are recommended. They were decent the day after I mixed them, but I certainly notice the flavors improving as we go.
I'm not much of a reviewer, but I found next to nothing about these flavors, and am very happy with some of them. Thought I'd share.