Baja Soda was very lackluster at 1.5% so I bumped it up to 2% and it seemed to shine, even less. So I bumped it down to 1% and it is starting to taste better.
I think that this is definitely one of their more concentrated flavors. Will have to see how it tastes after longer, as it has only been a week.
Lemonade I have used at 2, 3, and 4%, to no avail. I have bumped my latest mix down to 1.5% and even after a week, find it to be very weak, almost flavorless. Perhaps I should bump it even lower after my discoveries with the Baja?
Blue Raspberry I used at 2 and 3%, once again to find little/ no flavor. Using my latest batch at 1.5%, it tasted fairly blue-raspberry-like. Might have to lower even more? IDK, in my opinion, blue raspberry is a flavor that should come across clear as day, no matter the flavor manufacturer, maybe this just is not RF best flavor? I hate to say that, as their flavors very rarely disappoint, but once again, I will have to try a lower %.
Would love to hear others' opinions on these particular flavors
Despite many opinions, I have been finding that these flavors are very potent. They can become slightly harsh and mute after using even just 0.5% too much. This creates a very small window in which to work with, but does allow for stretching these flavors out, quite a bit.
Pink Burst Candy is tasting really good at 1.5% after a week and is not muting as my previous 2% batch was. Will try a 1% mix after I vape through this batch to see if it doesn't just happen to taste stronger/ better. Mostly as an experiment as I find the 1.5% batch pleasant on it's own, maybe adding some sweetener to thicken up the taste/ add mouth-feel in the form of sweetness on the lips.
I have the Yellow, Red, and Orange Burst Candy arriving in a couple of days and am very eager to get my hands on them.