This review is for the Cold Brew Coffee Maker – 1 Quart Iced Coffee Glass Pitcher with Removable Filter – Makes 4-5 cups of Cold Coffee by Willow & Everett. I really enjoy using this Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The unit is pleasing to my eye; the design is linear and elegant.
The main unit is comprised of a glass ‘beaker’ that has measurements outlined in with markings indicating the number of ounces (8 through 32 ounces). The ‘filter’ of the unit is made of a stainless steel cylinder that is perforated to allow the coffee to brew. The perforation is very fine, and is designed to prevent coffee grounds from filtering through. The directions recommend you use coarsely ground coffee with the Cold Brew Coffee Maker; however, I had finely ground coffee on hand and had no issue with coffee grounds appearing in my cup.
Cold Brew coffee is less acidic than traditionally brewed coffee. The taste is rich and bold but never bitter. I added a bit of vanilla and condensed milk to my coffee cup, and it was all I needed. You can also add cinnamon or some caramel and vanilla syrup, choose sugar-free if that is of any concern to you.
Cold Brew coffee is far gentler to my belly than traditional coffee. Some days, my stomach just will not tolerate coffee, but I still crave a cup. This is a way for me to enjoy a cup each day of the week with no issue. I encourage you to try your hand at making coffee this way. The Cold Brew Coffee Maker is much easier to use than brewing the coffee in a pitcher or container and straining it with cheesecloth; which is the manner I cold brewed coffee prior to obtaining this device.
You can purchase the Cold Brew Coffee Maker by Willow & Everett at Amazon.com.
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