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Hario Cold Brew Coffee Wine Bottle, 650ml, Mocha
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- Perfect for brewing cold iced coffee by just adding coffee grounds and water
- Put the coffee grounds in the strainer and set the lid
- Gently shake the bottle to start the extraction
- 5 Cup Capacity
- Heatproof glass
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Filter-in Coffee Bottle / Moca- Wine bottle shaped cold brew coffee bottle
Just by adding coffee grounds and water, you can make iced coffee. Put coffee grounds in the strainer, and place the lid. Set the spout and pour small amounts of water inside. Once the water is poured, put the stopper and gently shake the bottle to start the extraction. Refrigerate for approximately 8 hours for the cold brew to complete.
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By just adding coffee grounds and water, you can make iced coffee. Put coffee grounds in the strainer, and set the lid. Place the spout and slowly pour small amounts of water over the coffee. Once filled, place the cap and gently shake the bottle to start the extraction. Refrigerate for approximately 8 hours before serving.
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First, some background: I switched over from Nespresso pods to hario pour overs about 3 years ago, and found the whole transition rewarding, in terms of flavor and experience. It expanded my interest in coffee preparation in an enjoyable way -- bean type, grind level, ground amounts, blooming, pouring technique, etc. It was also nice to develop a calming morning coffee routine, a little early morning moment of zen. Pouring the water, watching the drips, the floating grounds in changing water levels - very meditative.
But, simply dumping my hot pour overs into a cup of ice was rather disappointing -- totally ruined the richness, was impossible to calibrate everything. Even tried freezing my coffee into ice cubes! Enter this simple little device -- I've never enjoyed iced coffee more. It retains that level of control over the brewing process that pour overs provide, but is way less involved -- pushing your prep from morning to the day before, and making things a bit easier.
For anyone that is 1) ok integrating a small little fold into their daily schedule 2) has faced frustrations in making a solid iced coffee and 3) is curious to get more into coffee culture -- buying this item is a no brainer.
Now onto some personal tips and observations related to other comments:
1) Cleaning - this does take a bit of effort and dedication. If you totally ignore the filter altogether it will eventually clog, stop working effectively and/or get gross. From some research and experience, I would NOT recommend putting the filter into the dishwasher. Rather, every 2-3 days, I put both parts of the filter into a large cup, pitcher or bowl filled with boiling water and a drop of organic/gentle (Mrs. Meyers, Method) dish soap. You don't need to boil a full pot, just your regular tea pot, and top off with hot tap water. This seems to be working well and is what I've gleaned from other users. Also, you will need a space to store/keep the item when not in use/waiting for next use -- I would recommend laying it out to dry as opposed to having to dry it and/or store it with any moisture inside.
2) Upper Rubber Portion - this is here mostly to serve as a holder for the filter. I'm speaking of the larger wine-bottle shaped part, not the cap. So, when pouring, do NOT just take the cap off, remove this whole piece - just makes keeping things clean way easier. Some people have complained about this piece making it harder to store in the fridge, but once brewed, you don't need this part. I've been looking into whether this carafe size is standard and might fit a flat rubber cap (updates to follow).
3) Servings/Amounts - I have been using about 3 flat Hario scoopers and filling up to the 700ml mark. This makes about 2 larger iced coffees or 3 smaller ones (on the strong side), pending how much ice you use. So, if you want to make a lot of coffee, you'll have to do it in batches, and then store it in another container. I believe Hario has a larger version (maybe an older model) but even that is not that much bigger. all in all, this makes enough for 1-2 people depending on the situation.
An odd downside here, say you're having a slow morning or want more than your usual dosage, well you're @#$% out of luck, as you'll have to wait at least 8 hours. Because of this, some people use an additional storage carafe no matter how much they might "need" or how many people they are serving. You also can't make more if there is any left in the brewing carafe. So definitely think about an additional container if in a multi-person household or you entertain often ... and you are ok with possible mixing different brew batches.
4) Brew Time - Recommended is 8 hours, but who really wants to do all this at 9 or 10pm every night. I leave mine in for around 12-14 hours and have not noticed any negative effects. Though, there is some sludgy thicker coffee liquid on the bottom of the carafe, but I just give it a shake before pouring. OR, I'll top off my second glass with that super potent sludge as a little powerboost sip before going to the straw.
Other sundry items:
Sugar - Amazon has a great oxo chefs syrups dispenser set. These can be used to store simple syrup/liquid sugar (and also sauces for cakes, and ingredients for cocktails). Making simple syrup is easy -- for iced coffee its 1 parts sugar to 2 parts boiling water. If you don't want to deal with the dispensers yet (or at all), just put your regular sugar in before the cold brew or ice, and add hot tap water until the sugar is covered, swirl until dissolved and you're good. That's what I did until my oxo set arrived.
Gooseneck kettle - some complained about difficulties pouring the water into the spout (remember you have to pour it into that smaller hole given the filter holding setup) ... but any hario gooseneck kettle makes it way easier. Bonus, you'll be halfway to a hot pourover set up once fall arrives!
Straws - Amazon also has a great set of reusable easy to clean metal straws from hiware
If anyone actually made it to the end of this insanely long review, it's length is directly related to how much I'd recommend this product. All in all a great addition to any home of any size, triply so for coffee lovers.
THE FILTER is very well built, locks tightly and has a very fine mesh that doesn’t add or subtract from the taste of the coffee. However, the plastic mesh doesn’t have the fine trapping characteristics of a paper filter, if your grinder produces a lot of fine dust you will find that in the bottom of the bottle. All normal-sized grounds will come out very easily when you lift the filter out to empty, making cleaning a very painless process.
FLEXIBLE BOTTLE TOP which makes it easy to put it on the bottle or take it off. Even though it has plenty of grip on the glass lower half, it isn’t recommended to carry the bottle by the top as it will undoubtedly detach itself. On the side of the bottle there are a few marks indicating specific volumes, including one at the 700 ml level.
None, really. Just a few comments --
SIZE: I would’ve liked to see an option of a bigger bottle. The brewing vessel is also the serving and storing vessel, making it is impossible to brew the next batch while there’s still coffee in the bottle, unless you decide to transfer to another container for storage.
Note: You will probably need to use a funnel to pour your filtered water into this, as the neck is rather narrow (i.e.: a wine bottle)
Hario has made a very nice looking version of their Mizudashi brewers in the shape of a wine bottle. The filter works great and cleanup is easy, just empty the filter and put everything in the dishwasher or hand wash gently. It doesn’t have any real downsides, this is definitely one of the best cold brewers on the market.
Good product, but I recommend cleaning it after each use with boiling hot water and delicately handling the mesh.
It is easy to clean, I usually rinse everything then put a little liquid soap in the grounds canister and shake it with hot water then rinse. If I forget to do this right away or have a lot of extra space in the dishwasher I’ll throw the parts in. So far I have 0 complaints regarding the mesh holding up or mold on mine as I’ve seen other reviewers complain about.
This is about as easy to use as my French press except I don’t have to add water to my cold brew, and the cleanup is way easier.
My only problem is 2 big cups of coffee and it’s empty; so usually lasts me 2 days, meaning I’m making over and over again; with my French press it would usually last me a bit longer I think because it was more concentrated and I would have to add the water to it.
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Reviewed in Japan on January 8, 2019
Reviewed in Japan on May 22, 2019
Basically you want about 50-60g of course ground (e.g. for cafetiere) coffee - I find darker roasts work best - with about 800ml fresh filtered water. The water should get to the top of the basket. Give it a few gentle swirls and leave in the fridge for a minimum of 8 hours (12-16 is ideal). Give the bottle a few more gentle swirls before pouring. Pour neat if you like strong coffee or water down/over ice, or with milk/milk alternative. Brilliant for the summer heat.
The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because (a) I wish it was a little larger, and (b) it's currently a bit expensive compared to the 1L Mizudashi brewer.