eJuice Review: Brewtus by Clouded Visions

eJuice Review: Brewtus by Clouded Visions

Clouded Visions were in prototype stage for several new flavours in my last set of reviews, so unfortunately I did not get to try them. It was a timing thing, what can you do?
Well I’ve now gotten my hands on the newly released juices, so let’s give them a crack!
Today I’ll be reviewing “Brewtus”.
You can pick up the Clouded Visions range from their website @ http://www.cloudedvisions.com.au

From the website:

No flavour description yet as this is unreleased.

The Review:

This flavour Is totally unreleased. With the exception of a few samples floating around, Brewtus is not available for purchase at this stage.
Artwork, nor flavour description have been released at all.
An interesting mix this one, its definately not your typical coffee vape. I’m finding various nuances appearing the more I vape on it.
Sometimes it’s a creamy nutty coffee flavour, other times I’m getting more of a chocolatey coffee cake feel from it, then sometimes I swear a little custard or caramel shows itself every once in a while.
I suspect there is a lot more going on in this flavour than many may notice.
On inhale I get bitter coffee that smoothes out with a touch of sugar, hazelnut and possibly chocolate. It’s a nice coffee too. Not quite espresso, not quite latte, somewhere in between. The coffee is mostly present throughout the entire vape. The hazelnut is a nice touch that takes the focus off of the bitterness of the coffee too.
On exhale things really thicken up, I get creaminess coming through here, it could be sweet or whipped cream, perhaps a slight marshmallow.
This then richens up as some custard and cake notes appear giving everything a little depth.
Here’s a juice that’ll get you moving in the mornings, or give you that coffee if you’ve been rushing around and missed out on your daily cup.




Coil damage:
No gunking coils.
PG/VG Ratio:
30PG/70VG singler (Ready to vape)


Thick creamy


A nice long steep will be beneficial due to the creams


Professional presentation. Nice easy to squeeze unicorn bottles with white child proof caps. The label is a gloss white label with their logo and all of the essential details. The juice name is also colour coded, which adds a nice touch.

Test rigs:

Odis O-Atty with single ss contact coil @ 0.2ohms on a coppervape squonk mod.
Serpent Mini with single Clapton @ 0.6ohms
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Shane Presser has been vaping since 2013, and has extensive experience with advanced equipment, coil builds and DIY mixing. He is the man behind VapersGarage, and also more recently the Vape Database (www.thevapedb.com), a resource to help vapers find hardware and equipment based on their individual needs.

Rating overview

  • Flavour Accuracy
  • Coil Friendliness
  • Vape Quality
  • Personal Rating
Total score
Average 3.4