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Cold Brew Coffee Maker and Tea Infuser by Cooxon - Carafe from Borosilicate glass, premium quality, airtight, durable and BPA Free, 1L/34Oz with with Removable Stainless Steel Filter, dishwasher safe
from: Cooxon

List Price: $39.99
Price*$24.99
You Save: $15.00 (38%)
as of 12/18/2017 01:45 EDT

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Brand: Cooxon
Color: Transparent
EAN: 0045914198573
Item Dimensions: 10554651.2465
Label: Cooxon
Manufacturer: Cooxon
Model: CX021
MPN: CX021
Publisher: Cooxon
Size: 10.7 x 5.2 x 5.1 inches
Studio: Cooxon

Editorial Review:

Product Description:


Why cold brew coffee?
Cold-brewing ground beans produces a coffee that is naturally low in acid - approximately 67% less acidic than coffee brewed by conventional hot-brew methods.




Why choose cooxon brewer?For our products, we use only premium materials.
- Dishwasher safe Borosilicate temperature-shock resistant glass
- Removable premium stainless steel filter and airtight lid
- BPA free silicone



Cold Brew Coffee Recipe:
1. 3.5oz or 6-8 Tablespoons of coffee. If grinding beans, use the coarsest grind setting available as a finer grind will result in cloudier coffee.
2. Insert the filter and add 1/3 of your ground coffee into it.
3. Pour 12 ounces or about 1.5 cups of water over the coffee in the filter.
4. Add the remaining coffee to the filter and pour another 20 ounces or 2.5 cups of water over it until the pitcher is almost full.
5. Place the cap and store in the fridge for 12-20H



Cold Brew Tea:
Same steps as coffee. Use 1.5 times more tea, than you would use for regular hot brewing. We recommend 2-3 teaspoon per cup. The Brewer holds 4 cups, so calculate accordingly.



What hat are most common mistakes?
- Using the *Good* Beans. Cold brew is much more forgiving, so you don't need to use only premium and freshly roasted beans.
- Grinding the Beans Too Fine. In cold brew you should grind the beans coarsely. Coffee that is too finely ground will "over-extract" and become bitter.
- Wrong Coffee/Water ratio. We recommend a quarter-pound of beans to four cups of water.
- Not Diluting the Concentrate. The average brewing time is 24H. Be aware that will result in an intensely flavored (and caffeinated) coffee concentrate. When you're ready to drink, dilute it at least 50:50 with water (adding cream or alt-milks will also cut the intensity).



If you are unsure of have questions, just ask us!





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Cold Brew Coffee Maker and Tea Infuser by Cooxon - Carafe from Borosilicate glass, premium quality, airtight, durable and BPA Free, 1L/34Oz with with Removable Stainless Steel Filter, dishwasher safe
List Price: $39.99
Price*$24.99
You Save: $15.00 (38%)
as of 12/18/2017 01:45 EDT

 

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