Cold Bruer Drip Coffee Maker
This easy-to-use coffee maker brews up to 20 ounces rich, extra-strong coffee in as little as four hours. Drip rate is adjustable for a stronger or milder brew, and high-quality glass, silicone and stainless steel components will not impart off flavors or adversely affect brewing. Includes quick-start instructions.
- Manufacturer: Bruer
- Material: Glass, silicone, stainless steel
- Dimensions: 5" x 10"
- Capacity: 20 oz.
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Hand wash only
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You can adjust the drip setting for a faster or slower drip and the best part is that the coffee doesn't go stale like hot coffee. I make it on the weekend and it still tastes great all week long.
The flavor you get from the cold brew extraction is so much less acidic than hot coffee and while I normally add sugar to hot coffee, I'm finding that cold brew is best without anything added.
The maker is super easy to clean and it uses Aeropress filters, which I already have at home for my Aeropress (plus they are easy to find)
It does brew it strong (if you go with the instructions), so cut it with clean water if you need to.
Listen to what the guys who designed it say about the best ways to operate it. Use good filtered (or bottled) water.
When it the Bruer hits the mark, it's the best cup of coffee I've ever brewed.
Downsides: The glass is pretty brittle, and the drip mechanism can be finicky. However, it's well worth it.
1 month ago
Now I have read about a Japanese method that puts hot water in the top section that drips into ice in the bottom section. The idea is the hot water helps to release more of the coffee flavor. It worked beautifully!
Very happy with my purchase!
1 month ago
It is easy enough to use and I do use it at least twice or three times a week so far.
However one issue I have is that I do need to monitor the drip speed a few times just to make sure it is consistent. I don't use ice cube in my water, so I am not sure if that will make a difference.
2 months ago
1 month ago
Questions & Answers
How do you store the brewed coffee? In a jar and I'm assuming in the frig?