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Cold Brew Coffee Maker By Coffee Panda - 1.3L / 44oz Heavy-Duty Glass Pitcher with Easy To Clean Reusable Mesh Filter and No-Slip Base - DIY Home Iced Coffee Brewer
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- ➤ RICHER, SMOOTHER, LESS ACIDIC COFFEE ⇒ Are you tired of traditional brewing methods that produce hot coffee with bite and acidity? Coffee Panda's Cold Brew Coffee Maker yields a smooth and sweet batch of cold brew concentrate higher in caffeine content and 60% less acidic than hot coffee. Healthy for those with sensitive stomachs.
- ➤ FREE COLD BREW RECIPE E-BOOK ⇒ You will receive a free cold brew coffee recipe e-book containing five amazing, gourmet recipes concocted by a professional chef. Impress your friends and family with your new iced coffee maker!
- ➤ EXTRA LARGE CAPACITY, STRONG MULTI PURPOSE DESIGN ⇒ The 1300ml (44oz) capacity borosilicate glass carafe feels heavy, durable and 30% larger than typical 1000ml cold coffee brewers. This cold brew kit fits in the side compartment of your refrigerator door and spares you from that expensive café. Do you love iced tea and fruit infused water? The cold brew maker brews both with its multi-use mesh filter. Unlike stainless steel filters, you will never experience rust formation with mesh.
- ➤ NO MESSY SPILLS, FAST & EASY CLEANING ⇒ Features a removable BPA free no-slip base that ads extra grip, protects the glass from accidental bumps and shields your kitchen counter from coffee spills. The cold-brew coffee maker is also fit with a filter containing a removable bottom cap for fast and easy disposal of coffee grounds. The brewer can be disassembled and cleaned in less than a minute. Also dishwasher safe if you prefer a hands-free approach to cleaning your cold brew pitcher.
- ➤ 100% HAPPINESS GUARANTEE ⇒ Enjoy a stress free purchase. Experience rich, smooth, homemade, cold brewed coffee without the mess. Anything less than that and we'll refund your money in FULL.
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We are Amanda and Justin, a husband-wife team originally from Chicago, IL. We are traveling the world in search of new and innovative brewing techniques. Coffee Panda is a small business and we're the first to admit we’re still learning. In fact, we aren’t experts. Nor do we pretend to be. However, we are passionate about quality coffee products.
Our mission is to learn from coffee experts across the globe in order to bring you products that will change your life. Coffee Panda combines our passion for global brewing trends with modern kitchenware design. We aim to create products both easy to access and even easier to use.
The Cold Brew Coffee Maker By Coffee Panda
The cold brew process involves steeping coarsely ground coffee in cold water for 12 - 24 hours. It's a much slower brewing process than traditional hot brewing methods that produces coffee that tastes smoother, richer and less bitter.
The Cold Brew Coffee Maker's extra-large, super durable, borosilicate glass carafe has a 1300ml (44oz) capacity. It's 30% larger than typical 1000ml cold brewers and produces enough coffee concetrate to last you for days while keeping it freshly chilled for weeks at a time in your refrigerator, saving you more time and more money.
Innovative, Durable Design
1. Durable, Robust Carafe Maximizes Freshness While Controlling Temperature
Made of heavy-duty, dishwasher-safe borosilicate glass.
2. Brews Larger Batches, Saving You More Time And More Money
Capacity of 1300ml (44oz) and fits in the side compartment of most refrigerator doors.
3. No More Slipping, Sliding Or Spilling
BPA-free, no-slip, silicon base maximizes grip on slippery surfaces.
4. Smooth, Easy, Comfortable Pouring With No Mess
Easy-grip handle and smart pour-spout design allow for clean pouring every time.
5. Fast, Easy Cleaning
Removable mesh filter core extracts maximum flavor and easily disassembles for cleaning.
6. Protected And Preserved Flavor
Tight-fitting lid secures your cold brew while minimizing exposure to air.
Cold Brew Coffee Recipe E-Book
We have fun in the kitchen and want you to do the same. Admittedly, we are not professional chefs or baristas; however, we happen to know a few of the best. We asked them to create five of their favorite gourmet recipes.
Impress your friends and family with your new cold brew coffee maker....
- Salted Caramel Frappuccino
- Pumpkin Spiced Latte
- Iced Coconut Coffee
- Dirty Cold Brew Martini
- Peanut Butter + Coffee + Banana Smoothie
Five Easy Steps To Brewing Delicious Cold Brew Coffee
1. Fill the filter core to the halfway point with coarsely ground coffee. If you're grinding your own coffee, use the coarsest setting available on the grinder.
2. Slowly pour two cups of cold, filtered water over the coffee ensuring it is completely soaked. Fill the remainder of the filter core with coarsely ground coffee. Continue slowly pouring water over the coffee until the glass pitcher is completely full.
3. Gently stir the filter core for 30 seconds with a long stirring spoon, butter knife or chopstick to ensure all of the grounds are soaked and exposed to water.
4. Seal the pitcher with the lid cover and refrigerate for 12 - 24 hours, occasionally stirring the filter core. Once brewing is complete, remove the filter core from the pitcher and dispose of the used coffee grounds.
5. Re-attach the easy grip handle, pour cold brew coffee over ice and enjoy.
You may find cold brew coffee concentrate to be stronger than traditional hot coffee. Enjoy your cold brew by dilluting it with water, milk or cream. You can even use it as an extra boost in your post-workout shake!
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1. Fill the filter core to the halfway point with coarsely ground coffee. If you're grinding your own coffee, use the coarsest setting available on the grinder. 2. Slowly pour two cups of cold, filtered water over the coffee ensuring it is completely soaked. Fill the remainder of the filter core with coarsely ground coffee. Continue slowly pouring water over the coffee until the glass pitcher is completely full. 3. Gently stir the filter core for 30 seconds with a long stirring spoon
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7/25/17: If you can find 'extra' dark roast beans it's amazing. Under 12 hours in the fridge made the best cold brew to date!
6/15/17: It's been about a week and found my sweet spot. I now use 3/4 of filter filled with the coffee ground for 12 hours and is just as smooth and delicious! I use darker roast (Peet's is one example). I normally don't drink Starbucks but their dark roast as cold brew is quite delicious and does not upset my stomach like most of their regular and iced coffees do and cheap of course. I'm going to try different ground and see what other flavors I can enjoy. A pound of ground coffee lasted over two weeks making them everyday and still have some left; if I'm careful I can probably stretch a pound to three weeks; and that's with TWO people drinking it including my girlfriend.
Don't over complicate things! If you have a favorite coffee but need them coarsely ground, head to the grocery store and use the coarse setting which most commercial grinder should have. Make sure for cold brew, your beans are medium to dark roast as light roast is known to require longer brew time and may not work well for cold brew process.
But if you don't have a grocery store nearby that doesn't offer a coffee grinder, then you can always buy the below ground. A little pricey but the taste is excellent! Don't forget if you want simple syrup!
- Tiny Footprint cold brew ground
- Monin Simple Syrup, Pure Cane, 33.8-Ounce Plastic Bottles
I drink iced coffee year round and as much as I'd love to buy cold brew everyday it gets pretty expensive. My stomach is sensitive and found cold brew to be less upsetting, I didn't realize cold brew kits existed so I was very excited to say the least. My worry was about all the coffee grinding technique and doing 'trials'. I didn't want to spend a ton (the whole point of saving money) and also didn't want more appliance in the kitchen. So many options and information I was getting dizzy!
My main consumption is in the morning at work. I wanted something big enough I can make a batch and take it with me to work without having to make cold brew everyday. I figured 44 oz would be big enough (the biggest I can find) and found to good for two days worth.
<<Easy to Make>>
If you've never made cold brew, it's as easy as it gets. Any creamer will work obviously. No worries of having to buy a coffee grinder or find out most ground is too fine. Put coffee grind in, stir with cold filtered water, and throw it in the fridge.
- Have at least 4 cups of cold filtered water in the fridge and if not a cold tap from the faucet (doesn't seem to make a difference in taste in my opinion)
- Wash & rinse the unit first (don't scrub the filter hard but use the spray function)
- Screw back the filter/handle and make sure the plastic piece on the bottom of the filter is secure (as it comes off for cleaning & dumping the ground)
- Fill half of the filter with coffee ground (extra coarse if you're using your own beans)
- Pour 2 cups of filtered cold water or enough to soak the ground as you stir with a stick that's not sharp (I used a chopstick upside down)
- Then fill rest of the filter with ground but leave and inch or so space at top
- Keep pouring rest of the cold filtered water and stir; it may become difficult at times but do so carefully so you don't damage the filter
- Put the clear cap back on and put it in the fridge
- Stir the ground occasionally but once before going to bed works just fine
- Leave it inside the fridge for at least 12 hours (or longer depending on the coffee you use)
*HINT* Add mint if you want a refreshing taste that's considered a secret!
At 12 hours (made it around 5pm and poured it the next morning) I thought it wasn't as dark but threw some syrup in and WOW. Smoothest cold brew coffee to date.
- Makes amazing cold brew coffee
- Very easy to make if you use ground coffee (see above)
- Easy to clean
- Very sturdy build with thick glass
- Fits in most fridge shelf
- No electricity needed
- Doesn't make exactly 44 oz; roughly 40 oz
- Not for someone that wants a big batch
The size is really not a deal breaker; if you drink iced coffee often you'll just wish they or anyone else made a larger container and filter but that you can of course make your own with a cold brew filter/bag in a pitcher!
Also, be very careful when twisting the cap off and not try to holding the handle. I felt a good flex and could see it snapping off over time.
I highly recommend this product if you want to start making your own cold brew! Again, to keep it as simple as possible, be sure to get the cold brew ground from Amazon.
The pot and other parts are easy to clean and easy to assemble, nice looking and fit nicely into the door of the fridge. Easy, peasy.
I have had one problem and that is with the silicone gasket/seal that sits between the glass pot and the lid/handle apparatus. It won't stay where it's supposed to and falls into the pot. So I contacted the seller about it. They have THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! They are responsive, fast, and after clarifying the problem, they are sending me a replacement pot since the gasket/seal is supposed to stay in place.so there's a defect of some kind. That's what I call taking care of the customer! Kudos and 5 stars to Amanda and Justin!
Things I like about it: it's a strong, attractive carafe. It feels balanced carrying from counter to refrigerator while full and even half full. All the parts fit together nicely so is easy to take apart to clean and put back together.
Things I don't like: While the lid is cute and clear and fits snugly with a simple push down (nice rubber seal to keep it in place), the carafe wasn't designed for the lid to make it air-tight once on. At the pouring spout, there is a large gap, allowing air to enter (so my coffee is open to any food smells in refrigerator) . It would definitely spill if not carried very carefully to the refrigerator and one must be careful with the initial pouring of each full batch. The spilling part doesn't concern me, since I am the only person in the house ever using it. However, hubby's been warned to not knock it but to move it gently over if it's blocking what he needs to get to in the refrigerator. The only other thing is I feel like the mesh part of the filter is rather fragile. I plan to treat it very gingerly when rinsing it after each use. My first batch of coffee is in the refrigerator right now, so haven't washed it yet (beyond rinsing it before first use).
As for the coffee itself, that has nothing to do with the brewer. You simply find the right ratio of coffee to water to time (6 to 72 hours) brewed, and you have an amazing cup of hot or iced coffee. So one cannot say, "this brewer makes a great cup of coffee.' ALL brewers will. Even a plain mason jar will. The reviews on these should be about the quality of the parts and ease of use/cleaning. I bought this to have a smaller brewer on hand. I normally use a huge glass pickle barrel type jar (3-gal I think) and flour sack cloth for the filter), especially in summer or when I'm having a party. I will enjoy the ease of using this smaller one for personal coffee needs.
I really want to say that the founders @ Coffee Panda, Amanda and Justin, have been awesome (a word I don't use often). My brewer arrived with a broken lid (really should have been shipped in a box instead of just the thin product box). They were super apologetic and shipped out a new lid immediately. Hubby and I chuckled because the tiny, light weight lid was wrapped over-kill, waaaaay better than the entire carafe (like a penny triple wrapped in bubble wrap and a nice thick box). The kindness they showed in their emails was refreshing and was extra appreciated because during all of that, I was readying to go visit my brother who was in the hospital after having a horrendous tongue cancer surgery. Obviously Amanda and Justin couldn't have known that. But it was just nice not having to hassle with a bad company's attitude or other strangenesses while having to handle communicating a simple issue that wasn't a big problem. So I give them a 10-star review! But, this is about this particular item ;-). I wish their company great success! (And I hope they eventually make an air-tight version of this carafe)