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Toddy Brewing Container
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- Specially designed for the Toddy Cold Brew System
- Reusable replacement part
- Plastic (high density polyethylene)
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I bought the new one and it leaked from the start. Today I noticed that it has a small crack in the same place. This is obvously a manufacturing defect. Because I didn't find the crack until 30 days after I received the Toddy, I can't return or replace it.
Of course, its only benefit is its narrow neck on the bottom where Toddy's own (overpriced) filters fit snugly. Then there is also a hole on the very bottom where Toddy's own (overpriced) stoppers fit to plug it until you want to drain brewed coffee into a storage container (any bottle will do.) You can buy those stoppers at any HD for fifty cents - they have a choice of cork or rubber.
Try buying Toddy filters first, and finding a container that narrows down so you can place them well. How about a sturdy plastic bottle - cut out the bottom, turn upside down, no need for stoppers then, just use its cap to drain when done.
Make no mistake: this is not as convenient as other coffee making methods: this takes more time (12 hours) and effort (dumping of grounds down the garbage disposal or into the trash) than my back-up method, which is single-cup brew, using a cone, filter and boiled water. But it's worth it to get coffee that is drinkable without cream and sugar if you choose. It creates a smooth, delicious cup of coffee that is far superior to the bitter, acid-packed average cup o' Joe you get with any of the hot water brewing methods. Also, once you have your concentrate, you boil some water and pour and you are good to go.
I NEVER make a full toddy. Altho the instructions say you can add a pound of coffee to the container and then fill to the top with cold water, my experience has always been that doing so creates a spill-over mess. Nine cups of water fills the container to the very tip-top, and makes it difficult to tamp down all of the grounds in order to wet them so that the cold-brewing method is successful utilizing ALL the coffee. Instead, I use 3/4 of a lb. of coffee grounds, and 7 cups of water. No muss nor fuss that way.
Also, ALWAYS have an extra filter and plug. The Toddy is useless without them.
Using the review of another, I use 12 ounces of ground coffee and 7-8 cups of water for a first, 12-hour soak. I find it a little difficult to assure that the grounds all come into contact with the water, so I typically give it a light stir or two once or twice during the 12 hours (being careful not to tip it, or to dislodge the plug!). After draining, I refill the seemingly spent grounds with another 5 cups of water for a second, shorter soak. I end up with at least two quarts of extract, which my husband proclaims to be fine coffee. (I drink my own coffee prepared differently, and am much more of a coffee lover than he.) He uses a bit and mixes it up into some concoction with other things, and this system has met our needs very well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been reliable for great coffee. With repeated use the area around the stopper cracked hence leaks. Replace canister and all good to go! We r talking 2-3 years consistent use.Published 1 month ago by Marla Kae Stahlnecker
My first one lasted for 15 years. This one will probably out last me.Published 2 months ago by G. W. lewis
I love this coffee maker, but it is made out of cheap plastic that cracks after a few uses. So the area around the cork leaksPublished 3 months ago by Lou
I've used a toddy brewing system for over 20 years. This brewer is slightly different in that it has a somewhat flexible handle attached, which I hesitate to use--it feels like it... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D.E.A. Cunningham
Local stores don't sell the individual parts,you do. Thanks!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Toddy coffee is great! My last container lasted close to 10 years before it cracked. Don't bang it against anything to get the coffee grounds out and you'll be fine.Published 5 months ago by Lawrence D Wright