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Hario MCPN-14CBR Cold Brew Pot, Brown
- Low acidity and low bitterness brewing coffee with cold water produces lower acidity and bitterness levels resulting in a sweet and smooth coffee beverage
- Simple to use just combine coffee and water let it steep then pour it through the filter
- Cold brew coffee on demand cold brew concentrate keeps for up to two week in the fridge giving you the ability to make a drink on demand
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Brew cold brew coffee the easy way with the hario cold brew pot 1 l. Built with a heatproof hario glass carafe and a bpa-free plastic filter and lid, it doesn't get much simpler that this. Here's a brief recipe: Coarsely grind 80g of coffee into the mesh filter. Add 1 l of cold, clean water to the pot. Let it steep for 12-18 hours in the fridge. Take out the filter and store the concentrate in the fridge for up to two weeks. Mix the concentrate with cold water and ice for iced coffee, hot water for hot coffee, or mixers and a spirit for a coffee-cocktail.
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In Japanese, HARIO means 'The King of Glass'
Made in Japan,Design in Japan.
Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Iced Coffee Pot/Maker (1000ml, Brown)
- HARIO heat-resistant glass in japan
- 1000ml makes about 4-4.5 cups of coffee
- Easy to clean, reusable filter
- Easy to use pour spout
- Dishwasher safe
- Brown filter and handle
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And they're *really easy* to use.
Just add 80g of coffee (filter or cafetière grind) into the filter; pour through about 1.2l of water, stirring it with a chopstick or something to make sure every grain gets soaked (takes a few minutes); then put it in the fridge door and leave it overnight.
Next day remove and empty the filter -- before you empty it, though, you'll probably want to give the filter a bit of a squeeze to get out all of the cold brew -- and you're done. Including washing up the filter, it all just takes a few minutes. And then you've got a litre or so of cold brew -- for... well, however long that will last you! :)
At least 8 hours of brewing is usually recommended -- but beyond that, just experiment. Ideal length of time will very much depend on the particular coffee you're using and how strong you like it. Usually, I leave it around 14-16 hours, but I've left it as long as 24 hours and still really enjoyed the results.
Finally, some reviews here (and videos on YouTube) will say to dilute it for drinking; however, that's really just a matter of preference. I like it best undiluted, poured over ice; or sometimes with a bit of milk and syrup if I feel like an iced latte.
Anyway, if you already like cold brew, this will give you exactly what you're looking for -- and pay for itself in no time!
Highly recommended! I've been using mine about 4 months now and no complaints whatsoever.
Easy to use. Easy to clean. Reliable results every time. And makes great coffee.
The coffee it makes is more concentrated than many of the more elaborate cold brew devices on the market (and needs to be diluted with hot or iced water in the normal way) but the coffee it makes is equally smooth and free of any hint of bitterness.
This device has single handedly converted me to cold brew coffee and I use it almost daily. Yes you have to wait a while for the coffee to brew (I tend to leave it 18-24 hours) but it’s well worth the wait. And works just as well with cheaper coffee grounds as it does with much more expensive or rarer blends.
Very highly recommended. If you like coffee then you have to give this one a try. You won’t regret it.
We use whatever ground coffee we can lay our hands on, usually something from Aldi, or a fancy one from Waitrose fill it up as per the measurements (but we do it by eye now!), add the water - and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Pour out, add the same amount of milk and top with Teisseire Gourmet Drops in Vanilla or Caramel (you can buy at Tesco, Morrisons or waitrose, wouldn't get online as they are very expensive!). We offer this to our friends and they were so impressed they came and ordered one straight away; as cold coffee addicts they say its the best they have ever had!
So advice is to buy it, buy the brown too - its much cheaper!
This was an entry level pot but had received good reviews. Due to the instructions accompanying the illustrations being in Japanese it was a bit difficult to get the quantities right. I am now on my second batch and the resulting coffee has been good, if slightly different strength, in both cases. As there is no bitterness I can drink it black and as I drink it chilled from the fridge my morning coffee doesn't get cold. The jug fits nearly in the fridge door and the coffee has kept well for the 5-6 days it takes me to finish a jug. Cleaning is fairly straightforward. So far I am really pleased with my purchase.
I've been making cold brew in a cafetiere/french press and cleaning the grounds after the brew time is always annoying. With this product, I just removed the filter, twisted the bottom off and the grounds went straight in the bin. A quick rinse and it's ready to use again.
Also, the cold coffee is stored in the jug until you've used it all and need to brew again. Very convenient.
It fits in the fridge door, and is about the same size as a 2 pint milk bottle.
I wish I'd bought one ages ago.
Get the brown, it's cheaper!
The only con I’ve found which is why it’s only 4 stars is that there’s little coffee bits that end up at the bottom. I tried grinding the beans a little more coarse but still the same result. Not a deal breaker obviously since that’s literally the last 20ml or so when the whole things hold roughly 1000ml of cold brew!
For a maverick move, try some cold brew with tonic water, it's surprisingly nice and very refreshing!
It is easy to clean and is nice and compact (for it's volume) so fits in the fridge OK.
The only slight issue is that I think the filter may need to have slightly (and only very slightly) bigger holes as the water doesn't penetrate the ground coffee very easily and needs a lot of stirring to properly mix