Review – Yaeliq

Try the “premium liquid from the holy land” at Yaeliq and you may never go back. The company started with family and is still family-owned. First came the vaping, e-liquid making work; the next step was inevitable: vaping stardom.

Yaeliq shouldn’t be overlooked. The team here wants you to taste the quality of their ingredients in every puff. Friends enjoyed their e-liquids and supported this group to go commercial. Here they are today with a service-minded attitude and a host of flavors available.

The Yaeliq Website

They don’t go for slick web marketing at Yaeliq. It’s not gimmicky although there’s a cartoon image of a Jewish man (no stereotyping here – take a look for yourself).

The site is basic, a bit slow to load, and is similar in style to many small business pages where you can purchase a modest collection of vaping e-liquid and equipment. The format appears to come from a user-friendly template.

I figure their e-liquids must be kosher too, or I presume as much. They don’t tell you anything. What does it mean – they use high-quality ingredients? Companies define that term to mean USP-level, American-sourced, or perhaps better: organic, natural, nut-free, etc.

I think you’ll have to contact Yaeliq to find out. I do understand what they mean by “from the land that is sacred.” Is it made there, made using ingredients or is the family Jewish?

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There is absolutely no shortage of choice. Yaeliq lists a large menu that is enough to justify subheadings for candies, dessert & fruit, beverages, and tobacco. They sell some hardware and also post deals. Either way, go for 70/30 50/50, or 100% VG.

These are fundamental flavors. Yaeliq does not combine peach and mango. You go to Yaeliq’s Fruit Bar or can do that when you want to at home. Yaeliq e-liquids are delivered in 100-ml bottles for about $18 with customizable options such as 0 to 24 mg of nicotine by 3 mg increments, an extra boost for $3, and a choice of vegetable glycerin (VG)/propylene glycol (PG) ratio. Here, you choose up to 4 flavors and what percentage of the entire mix they should supply. Great idea.

Dessert & Candy

Fruit just goes in one section: the one above or sweet/dessert. Many shops selling likewise straightforward varieties would overlap, setting banana candies into both sections. Graham Cracker, Bavarian Cream, and Extreme Ice all land here as there isn’t another class suitable for mint/menthol or merely baked goods. They even sell “strawberry lollipop” and “toasted marshmallow”.


If the inspiration was liquid it goes here, whether non-alcoholic alcoholic, hot or cold. Yaeliq’s energy drink variety is called Red Mule. Toast a special occasion with Pink Champagne. Try green tea or Israeli Coffee. Vapers describe this one as rich, powerful, and only a little bit creamy.


One of the unique flavors featured at Yaeliq is Captain Cook which mixes Camel-fashion tobacco with laurel leaves and licorice for a tobacco that is lightly sweet but otherwise bold. Among their deals is Israeli Tobacco, a pipe style.

Samples and Bargains

Instead of purchasing the 100-ml bottle which is rather large, though affordable, purchase an 11-ml sample for $3.50. Alternatives include BanaNut, Anise, Black Cherry, Gummi Bear, and Irish Cream. These are 50/50 blends.

Obviously honeydew, cucumber, and light mint aren’t as unpopular as they thought it would be. Same with Bazooka Bubble Gum and Key Lime. Snag bargains before they’re all gone.

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