Coffee-Lovers, Meet Your New Favorite Gadget: Cold Bruer
If you’re a coffee connoisseur you know all about the beauty of cold-brew coffee. Not only is it the best way to make iced coffee, but it is also much less acidic than regular drip coffee. Cold brew coffee acts like a concentrate, which can be mixed with hot water, milk, or ice to make your favorite coffee drink. The only downside? It can be labor intensive to make. Until now! Thanks to the Cold Bruer, making your own cold brew is about to get a lot easier. Take a look.
The Cold Bruer process can take anywhere from three to 12 hours, but most of this time is hands-off. (On the contrary, other cold brew coffee systems force you to layer coffee in water and wait for the grounds to bloom before you can even start the brewing process.) With Cold Bruer, just set it up and let it drip. There are even controls for the drip rate, letting you decide how fast or slow the coffee gets made. And given that this machine can make a ton of cold brew at once, one batch could last you several days.
On the days when you do need to make a new batch, just set it up in your fridge overnight for fresh coffee in the morning. Because you won’t be letting the grounds sit and steep in water, if you forget about the brew, you don’t have to worry about ending up with an industrial-strength batch. It’s perfect for those of us who are a touch forgetful!
One last perk of the Cold Bruer is that it uses filters that are readily available right now. If you’re an Aeropress fan, you can simply use the round filters you already keep stocked with this gadget. And if not, the filters are easy to find at your local kitchen store or online. Check out their video for the full picture:
What do you think of Cold Bruer? Will you be giving it a try? Tell us in the comments!