Cold brew is an all year round beverage which you can wholly enjoy throughout the summer. And since we are enjoying the summer heat, it is nice to make cold brew at home with our own alteration. However, we cannot make a perfect cold brew without a cold brew maker.
Here are five of the most practical cold brew makers for your home kitchen.
Toddy Cold Brew System
Toddy Cold Brew System is a classic cold brew maker that started in 1964, and undoubtedly the father of modern cold brew. It is the first cold brewer system to commence the process for easy and convenient home use for cold brew making.
The system is built out of plastic, and reusable felt filter which is friendly for the environment rather than using felt paper options. Its glass decanter is one of the most durable out there, and pretty enough to use as a serving vessel.
The patented system uses regular coffee beans and water to create a smooth coffee concentrate that Toddy claims contains 67% less acid than your hot brew. The coffee concentrate should stay fresh in its glass decanter for two weeks without any change in flavor. You can also use this to make tea, served hot or cold.
Dash Rapid Cold Brew System
It’s a fact that cold brew requires long hours of preparation and because of that, the Dash Rapid Cold Brew System made a way to lessen the prep time. Dash claims that they finally found a way around that inconvenience, thanks to a patent-pending technology called ColdBoil.
Instead of adding heat, the Dash pump circulates water through the coffee matrix while the upper and lower filters keep the coffee grounds contained. This way, the Dash system forces the water to permeate the grounds, dissolve, and extract the coffee oils that give cold brew its flavor. The result is cold brew in as little as five minutes.
The only downside of this cold brew system is it’s more expensive than the other, and you’ll likely need to spend some time with the manual before making the perfect cup of cold brew.
Simple Life Cycle Mason Jar Cold Brew Coffee Maker System
If you are looking for a budget-friendly cold brew system the Simple Life Cycle Mason Jar Cold Brew Coffee Maker System is ideal for you. This cold brew kit is practical and does its job that can fit into quart and half-gallon size canning jars. You can brew multiple batches one after the other to fill your cans at home.
The kit includes a mason jar, a bamboo lid that is more aesthetically pleasing than a plastic lid cup, and the metal mesh filter that offers clarity in the coffee while also being reusable and easier to clean than cloth.
KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker
If you always host a coffee party on weekends, you might want to consider to have the KitchenAid Cold Brew, Coffee Maker. This cold brew maker can make large batches of cold brew, which can hold up to 14 servings of coffee and has a convenient tap for pouring.
This cold brew system has a sleek design made of stainless steel and glass. It is also convenient to use where you simply put coffee and water in the machine, then place the whole thing in the fridge to steep. Once you’re ready to serve, you can press the tap to dispense the coffee into your cup.
“KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker makes great coffee and is perfect for when you’re having guests over. While this product is more expensive than many comparable cold brew machines, it’s worth the price if you drink a lot of coffee or frequently host parties.”
Ovalware Airtight Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker
If you are looking for a cold brew system that you can store for longer days, the Ovalware Airtight Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker is ideal for you.
The kit is budget friendly, and it includes a glass carafe and stainless steel filter that will help you make great coffee every time. The steel filter is made of superfine mesh, and both pieces are dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
The Ovalware Airtight Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker can make up to four cups of coffee, and because it is an airtight seal it will keep your java fresh for up to two weeks!
According to users, the one downside of this product is that fine particles of coffee sometimes seep through the filter into the cold brew. However, most people say these particles sink to the bottom, so as long as you’re careful pouring, they won’t get into your cup.
There you go coffee lovers we hope you find this helpful in choosing your perfect cold brew system to make your cold brew this summer.