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Hario MCPN-14B Water Brew Coffee Pot, 1000ml, Black

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  • 1000 ml /34 Ounce cold brew glass coffee maker
  • Ultra premium Hario glass
  • Permanent filter design means no need for extra filters
  • Great rich tasting cold brewed coffee overnight
  • Easy to use
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  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 24 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001VPXEBU
  • Item model number: MCPN-14B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (281 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Hario does it again with their Cold Brew coffee maker. The simplicity is what makes this coffee brewer better than the next. All you have to do is place about 80g/2.8oz of your favorite coffee grinds and then top it off with water. Stir it for a bit until all the grounds have been soaked. Place it in your refrigerator overnight (~8hours) and enjoy the full bodied, rich taste of cold brewed coffee. There's nothing like it.

Customer Reviews

It makes GREAT coffee!
Cruise
It's easy to use/clean, and makes great iced coffee without the bitterness of brewed coffee.
Maya Castaneda
It's easy to use and easy to clean.
Chris Ventura

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366 of 372 people found the following review helpful By E. D. Garcia VINE VOICE on July 21, 2012
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The cold brew method will make the best coffee you've ever had. And this pot is just the ticket!

Rather than quickly rushing hot water through the grounds, the cold brew method lets the grounds slowly steep in cold water. This results in a smoother, less bitter extraction of coffee. It also results in concentrated coffee.

Ok, this pot itself:
Glass and hard plastic. The actual pot is glass while the handle, top, and filter are hard, durable plastic. This is NOT some cheap & flimsy pot. You won't wind up with plasticky tasting coffee. HOWEVER: be careful with the pot! It's glass. Don't go bumping it up against marble or granite!
The filter is a SUPER fine mesh. It looks like it's solid, but it's not. Totally reusable and easily washable.

Now, as other reviewers have noted, the instructions are in Japanese... but they helpfully include pictograms that should spell things out. If not, here's a rundown:

Handling:
Caution. This is a glass coffee pot. Do not bump. Do not subject to direct flame or heat. Do not subject to extreme temperatures. Do not use metal utensils with this pot. Do not use if pot becomes cracked or damaged.
Do not poke or puncture the filter or filter assembly.

Cleaning:
Hand wash only. Use only soft sponges and cool soapy water. Use mild liquid detergent only. Use no abrasive materials nor scrub pads. NOT dishwasher safe.

Before first use:
Hand wash the pot and all components in cool soapy water. Rinse well and allow to air dry.

Making your coffee:
Before starting: Use slightly coarse ground coffee in your Hario Cold Brew system. (Not quite "French Press" grind... it's a tad too coarse.
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191 of 214 people found the following review helpful By John Galt on February 27, 2013
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While I agree with most of the other reviewers that this makes excellent coffee, it is totally unnecessary. After I bought mine, I showed it to my sister and she started laughing at me for spending the money on it. All she does is add a cup of coarse ground coffee to a 1 quart mason jar, add cold water and put it in the fridge overnight. Next morning, she simply uses a $3 mesh strainer like this one Browne Foodservice 9092 Fine Single Mesh Strainer with Wood Handle, 4-Inch ,and strains it into another quart mason jar and stores it in the fridge for use. After she told me that, I tried her method and cannot tell the difference in the coffee produced.

So if you want a cool toy, this thing works as advertised, if you're on a budget , go down to the dollar store and buy a mesh strainer...
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 18, 2014
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I've been using a 1000ml Mizudashi as my primary coffee brewing method for just about a year, and I absolutely love the thing. It took a little tweaking of my method to get "the perfect cup," but now that I've gotten it down, I couldn't be happier with the results.

First things first: Aside from some coffee stains on the filter, everything is in the same condition as when it shipped. The glass is very high quality, and even the plastic bits have held up just fine. For a ~$20 device, I expected some quality issues and have found none.

Tips for success:
- Use good coffee and pure water. Maybe it doesn't need to be said, but there is a serious taste difference between freshly roasted, quality beans, and the cheap pre-ground stuff you get in plastic tubs at the supermarket. Stick with quality and you'll be happier.
- Coarse, coarse, coarse. If you have a good grinder and can get a uniform coarseness to your beans, go with that. If you don't have a good grinder (I do not), you'll need to buy, then pre-grind your beans somewhere else. I've found that a finer grind will cause problems with brewing, resulting in a markedly weaker cup of coffee. Coarse grind = strong coffee!
- Don't stress the whole "chopstick stirring" thing. Get the filter wet, fill it 2/3 up with your coarse coffee grinds, then pass your filtered water through the grinds, making sure it all gets good and saturated. The water will be blonde at best. That's really ok.
- Give it at least 12-14 hours. I tend to finish off a pot and then start the next day's batch at least 12 hours before I'm going to want it. There's nothing wrong with filling up the pot with water and grinds, then sticking the whole thing in the fridge overnight.
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Merkin on July 18, 2013
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Probably too soon for me to be posting this review, as I have only made one pot, but will post an update later if anything changes.

For my first pot I relied on instructions from other reviewers, as well as from some YouTube videos, since as others have stated, instruction manual is entirely in Japanese.

I used a dark roast coffee, and a medium coarse ground, as per what others have said.

Contrary to what others have instructed, rather than filling the pot to 800ml first and then inserting the filter, I allowed the entire volume of water to drip through the grounds in the filter. The reason I did this is the pictures on the box clearly indicate putting the filter with grounds into the empty pitcher, and then pouring water through them. It did take some time to fill the pitcher, and I imagine using a coarser ground would expedite this, but didn't take too long. And I think part of the point is that by dripping it through slowly, you are able to completely saturate the beans. If you use too coarse a grind, it will simply just run through. (True enough, if you are allowing it to soak for 24 hours presumably there is enough mixing that occurs to fully saturate all the beans, but still I followed the directions on the box).

Let it brew in the refrigerator for a full 24 hours.

This morning I made a 50-50 mixture of the coffee and cold water, then heated in the microwave. Was a little weak so added some more coffee, then re-heated.

IT WAS DAMM GOOD. I did a blind taste test with a freshly brewed Aeropress. Both cups were excellent but my wife preferred the coffee from the Hario cold brew.
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