Takeya Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker, 1-Quart, Black

September 16, 2015 - Comment

Taste the difference with TAKEYA’s Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The traditional hot brewing process releases undesirable acids and oils, resulting in bitter flavor and acidity that is intolerable to many. With cold brewing, only the naturally delicious coffee flavors are extracted, leaving behind the bitter oils and fatty acids, creating a perfectly balanced, smooth extraction

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Taste the difference with TAKEYA’s Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The traditional hot brewing process releases undesirable acids and oils, resulting in bitter flavor and acidity that is intolerable to many. With cold brewing, only the naturally delicious coffee flavors are extracted, leaving behind the bitter oils and fatty acids, creating a perfectly balanced, smooth extraction of concentrated coffee. Once brewed, concentrated coffee can be kept fresh in the TAKEYA airtight Cold Brew Coffee Maker for up to 2 weeks and used for both hot and iced coffees.

Product Features

  • Makes 4 servings of coffee (1 Quarts)
  • Use with coffee grinds
  • Airtight, leakproof lid locks in freshness and flavor.
  • Non-slip silicone handle
  • BPA free Material

Comments

Dukeincleve says:

Easy to use and good tasting coffee I you like cold brew coffee, this is a easy unit to use and provides good tasting coffee. I have another unit to make cold brew coffee, the Toddy Cold Brew Coffee Maker, and it also makes good coffee, but it has some drawbacks that the Takeya doesn’t have. You don’t have to buy additional filters for the Takeya, you don’t have to wait for the coffee to drip through the filter and overall it is a little easier to work with. 

Wayne M. says:

Easy to use…and love it! A great buy! This is an easy to use unit; easy to clean. Coffee does not get into the main area; which I was a bit worried about. Quality built; it does unscrew at the top to open and pour without taking the entire unit apart; which is great. I put coffee in; use it and then add more water and it is still strong enough. If there is a downside; and this is my fault; is that it is only a quart. I didn’t quite read that in the description. So great for only two cups or so. Saves money if you buy iced coffee…

Brian says:

Yes! There are a lot of testimonies that this doesn’t produce quite as concentrated a brew as other options available: to that I simply must disagree. A lot of people might be placing this in a fridge immediately… DO NOT do this. Brew at room temperature for at least 12 hours first then move it to the fridge for however longer you wish to brew. Or remove the grinds and chill after the 12 hours. My cold brews using this method were every bit as concentrated as my previous manual method of dumping…

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