Hot brewed coffee is nice at best but it doesn’t compare to cold brew coffee. With the Cold Brew Glass Coffee Maker, you can have your cold brew coffee any time you want.
- One Glass Pitcher.
- One Brewing Filter.
- One Ice Tube.
The Cold Brew Glass Coffee Maker is made of strong glass, it is heat resistant, and can be refrigerated. It also has an air-tight lid that keeps the aroma and flavor of your coffee intact.
This coffee maker is perfect for non-morning people, immediately you wake up, your coffee is ready for you. Since the pitcher has the capacity to hold one liter of water, you do not have to brew coffee every morning. So once you brew a full glass you won’t be brewing again for a few days.
Apart from coffee, you can use the Coffee Maker to store other drinks like tea, lemonade, milk, and more.
Once you remove the mesh filter it can serve as a regular storage bottle for any drink.
Cold brew coffee has a lot of advantages over hot brew coffee. First off, it is super simple to make and it saves you a lot of time. Cold brew coffee has a more superior taste to the hot brew. Hot water releases all the acids and oils in the coffee beans, this increase in acidity makes the coffee taste bitter and sour. But the cold brew process prevents this from happening, your coffee comes out with a naturally sweet taste.
With this coffee maker, brewing coffee is a whole lot easier. You do not have to go through the process of heating water, weighing the beans, grinding the coffee, and waiting. Whenever you want coffee, regardless of the time of the day, you can just grab a sip of cold brew.
How To Brew With The Cold Brew Coffee Maker
- Take out the coffee mesh filter from glass pitcher.
- Put a desired amount of coarse ground coffee into the filter.
- Attach the filter to the pitcher cover.
- Fill the pitcher with cold water and insert the mesh filter.
- Seal the lid tightly and shake gently.
- Put in the refrigerator for at least thirty six hours or over night.
- After you have completed one brewing cycle, remove the filter and dispose of the coffee beans.
After brewing your cold coffee, you can still serve it hot. All you need to do is heat it up, possibly with a microwave. Wash the Coffee Maker thoroughly after every use to prevent stubborn stains from building up in the pitcher.