Toddy Cold Brew Coffee Maker With 2 Extra Filters
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- Designed to brew coffee with 67-percent less acid than coffee made with hot brew methods
- Patented cold brew system uses regular coffee beans to create super smooth hot coffee, but with no electricity required
- The Toddy Cold Brew System also makes tea, served hot or cold
- Set includes brewing container with handle, glass decanter with lid, 4 reusable filters, 1 rubber stopper, set of instructions, and recipe guid
- Total of 4 filters
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Designed to brew coffee with 67-percent less acid than coffee made with hot brew methods, the Toddy Cold Brew System also makes tea, hot or cold. The patented cold brew system uses regular coffee beans to create a super smooth cup of steaming hot coffee as is often found in major coffee houses, but with no electricity required. The set includes a brewing container with handle, glass decanter with lid, four reusable filters, one rubber stopper, a set of instructions, and a recipe guide. Get more out of your coffee beans, since the coffee concentrate stays fresh for up to three weeks.
Top Customer Reviews
I found that the brewing method is NOT difficult, NOT messy, and not very labor intensive at all. If you are common sense-careful, you won't make any mess at all. And the directions ARE detailed, but if you read them as you go, you will have no problem. I know I worked at Starbucks for nine years, but really- this is NOT difficult. The iced coffee at Starbucks is brewed as a double strength hot-brewed method, which is why there is a lot of bitterness and acidity in it. THIS coffee, when the directions are followed, goes down MUCH more smoothly than Starbucks.
When I first sipped this coffee, I couldn't believe how much I loved it! It was the first time ever that just brewed coffee (I add water to dilute the concentrate, and then a little cream on top), hit my pallet in just as much of a pleasing way as any specialty drink you can buy.
Brewing method: easy. Follow the (included) directions and you'll be fine! Not messy at all, like some reviewers claimed. Time intensive- once you spend the 10 minutes making it, it DOES have to sit for 12-14 hours. So plan ahead :). Also, when pulling out the rubber stopper, be sure to do it over the carafe- the concentrate will come out pretty quickly! You might get a tad bit of concentrate on your hands at this point.
Clean up- super easy. I used a wooden spoon to help scoop it into the garbage, and pretty much tapped the plastic container against my garbage. Then I rinsed out what was left in my sink. The hardest part was digging the filter out- it's in there pretty good- but a little finesse and out it came.
Quality: AMAZING. I did work at starbucks for nine years, and was a "coffee master" there, so I think this may have a bit of weight :). I like my coffee smooth, though.
Tips- start with a more robust coffee (I used Gold Coast from Starbucks). Lighter blends might end up a little washed out. If you like strong, dark, thick coffee, you might not like this. Use a french press instead, or brew hot coffee double strength and dilute it with cold water (2 parts coffee concentrate, one part cold water). The downside to that method is that it will only stay good in your fridge for a day or two before it gets bitter (at sbux we had to dump it out after 8 hours). Using this method will keep delicious coffee in your fridge, ready to drink, for up to two weeks (and I've heard even up to three).
I highly recommend this product. I don't write a lot of reviews on here, but I was so impressed with everything about this and I didn't feel the reviews out there ecompassed the wonderful-ness that is the coffee toddy!
With Toddy: $30 per month on beans (and this isn't the cheapest beans you can buy) = $360 per year
That alone should be enough to buy this system. But I know what you're gonna say: "It takes too long to make coffee, it's easier to just buy it."
FALSE. I've timed it. Toddy takes no more than 10 minutes, once a week to set up the brew, and then pull the plug 24 hours later. It then takes 1 minute to mix water and coffee for iced coffee, or ~5 minutes to heat up 20oz of water in the microwave. I'll bet you stand in line at Starbucks longer than that.
This isn't the best coffee in the world, but it's WAY better than Starbucks or Dunkin. They burn their beans anyway.
The apparatus itself is great and sturdy. I was nervous that the plastic wouldn't last, but it's been fine through bangs and moves. The carafe is beautiful and a pleasure to pour from. The filters last fairly well - we rinse them and put them in a ziplock in the freezer to prevent bacteria growth. All in all, a fantastic purchase - unlike all the other trendy coffee makers that just sit in our closet!
I've been making cold brew in a pitcher or french press for years, and it works. However, the Toddy makes a much more concentrated, complex, flavorful coffee. My guess is that it has to do with the filter, and with the method used to fill the Toddy with coffee grounds and water.
The design is simple and straightforward, but I removed a star simply because it could use a quick redesign. The handle is silly and nearly useless, and the whole thing could use a cover. I currently use a piece of plastic wrap, and I try to reuse it, but often it just ends up being thrown out, which is a waste. I worry sometimes that if someone knocks into the Toddy while brewing, the whole thing is going to go flying. Hasn't happened... yet.
Ultimately, I love my Toddy. Happy brewing.