While it may take a little longer than your usual grind-brew-and-go cup, the slow drip cold brewing process is well worth the wait. The slow drip method eliminates the risk of over extraction, a common issue with full immersion cold brewing, and yields a less acidic and bitter brew, highlighting the smooth natural sweetness and subtle perks of your coffee. Using this eye-catching coffee maker, you can harness the benefits of the cold brew method to produce up to 20 fl. oz of java in as few as four hours. Once set up, this clever machine does all the work and users can easily start brewing before bed or while at work to beat the midday slump. The coffee will last up to two weeks in the fridge and the dual-function lid can be plunged into the carafe to make an airtight seal. This method makes a brew that is slightly stronger than a normal cup of coffee and is best enjoyed over ice black or with a touch of cream and sugar. Made of borosilicate glass, stainless steel, and food-grade silicone in China.
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