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Bodum K11683-159 K11683159 Bean Set Ice Coffee Maker, 12 Cup/51 Oz, Turquoise
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- Innovative locking lid system keeps your coffee hot and helps prevent spills
- Includes two lids; one for the fridge overnight, and one with plunger
- No paper filters required, means more flavor without any waste
- Dishwasher safe
- BPA Free Plastic
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Bodum Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Quality cold brewed coffee can be made using essentially the same steps. Instead of hot water, add filtered water at room temperature and stir. Place the lid on the carafe and let brew for 12 –24 hours at room temperature or in your refrigerator. Press and enjoy!
Bodum Bean Cold Brew Ice Coffee Maker, 1.5 liter, 51 ounce, Turquois
The Bean comes with two lids: one for the fridge overnight, and one with a plunger to press down the coffee grounds in the morning. The 1.5 liter Bean Cold Brew Ice Coffee Maker is made from plastic, silicone, and stainless steel and comes in an array of beautiful colors.
How to prepare cold brew coffee! Brewing with cold water will give 70% less bitter taste.
Add fresh ground coffee.
Pour fresh cold water.
Brew for 12-24 hours.
Press and enjoy!
The French press coffee system is what BODUM is most known for. We've produced millions of presses; we've added more designs, more sizes, more features like double wall glass and a lid that closes completely between pours. As far as we were concerned, we knew everything there was to know about the French press. So imagine our surprise when a customer tells us they've discovered the best way to make ice coffee with a French press. We've tried it their way and we have to agree - it's fabulous. And simple - which fits our philosophy perfectly. So here's how it goes: First you put the ground coffee in the jug as usual. Then you add cold water and put the jug in the fridge overnight. In the morning you press down the plunger - et voila - you have the most smooth tasting ice coffee you can imagine. Enjoy it black or with milk and let yourself be surprised. The BEAN comes with two lids: one for the fridge overnight and one with a plunger to press down the coffee grounds in the morning. The 1.5 l BEAN Ice Coffee Maker is made from plastic, silicone and stainless steel.
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The plunger lid is made of two pieces (not including the plunger mechanism) that occasionally come separated and need to be snapped back together. Hopefully this doesn’t become a major issue, although it was inexpensive enough if I need to replace it.
I do wish the carafe was one solid piece of plastic, or that the clear part was removable for washing. I have had a couple coffee grounds get stuck like in other reviews, but they’ve worked their way out.
My cold brew recipe is 48 oz of water and 6 oz of coarsely ground coffee, brewed for 18-20 hours at room temp. This fills the carafe right to the tippy top of the clear part. The flat lid has an airtight gasket that doesn’t let the water overflow when putting it on. I then pour it through a paper filter and it yields about 32 oz of coffee. While the french press filter is a fine mesh and has a gasket around it, there will be some silt left behind in the paper filter. Pour over ice and enjoy!
For anyone in the market for a cold brew coffee maker, you probably already know this... but NOTE: it will take 12+ hours to allow the coffee to brew in your refrigerator overnight! But it's well worth the time to get a nice, smooth cup of coffee.
The plastic carafe seems to be pretty solid and both lids (the overnight lid for freshness and french press / pouring lid for serving) fit VERY SNUG in the carafe. Almost too snug (it can be difficult to get them in/out without some effort).
But for the price, the size and quality match my expectations and it performs exactly how I would expect. It says that these are dishwasher safe, but I preferred to hand wash to make sure it was cleaned thoroughly and gently.
-The air tight lid keeps the task of "fridge" out of your coffee while it is brewing.
-Extremely cost effective. I can make 15+ pots of cold brew for the cost of one liter of the store bought stuff.
-Easy to use, and the lid with the plunger is still sealed enough that your coffee can stay fresh for 1-2 days after if you don't finish the pot right away.
-In no universe is this a 12-cup coffee maker, unless you are using a comically small amount of grounds. In my experience, if you fill this up to the top you are looking at about 8 cups or 4 mugs of coffee.
-Like others have mentioned, coffee grinds do get stuck in the space between the plastic cup and the carafe holder. They work themselves out eventually.
-Use a course ground
-12 hours really isn't enough for a strong brew -- I suggest fixing it up every morning for the next day's coffee, rather than waiting for the night before.
-At least 2 tablespoons (or 1 heaping scoop of the spoon that comes with the coffee maker) per cup.
* use coarse grind
* filter through a paper filter into your cup to avoid silt
* soak the press screen periodically in bleach/soap/vinegar as particles get between the screens and develop mold
* remember to set it up the afternoon before if you want good coffee for the next morning 😊