Hario 600 ml Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, Brown

May 30, 2018 - Comment

Product Description:Out water coffee neat throat. You can also delicious ice coffee to put ice in hot Te Attame. Pour the water little by little flour so that the entire wet and drip so as to draw the character of “The”. After you have poured the water, it is ready to be extracted about 8

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Product Description:Out water coffee neat throat. You can also delicious ice coffee to put ice in hot Te Attame. Pour the water little by little flour so that the entire wet and drip so as to draw the character of “The”. After you have poured the water, it is ready to be extracted about 8 hours in the refrigerator.

Product Features

  • Refreshing and Delicious Cold Coffee
  • High Quality Heat-Resistant Glass
  • Permanent Mesh Filter
  • Easy to Use and Clean
  • 600ml Capacity

Comments

Mr Robert McMinn says:

The easy way to cold brew Very straightforward method for making cold brew coffee. Add 80g coffee to the filter, pour through 1.1 litres of cold water, stir with a chopstick (or something similar) and refrigerate overnight. Fits in the fridge door where you keep your milk.Resulting coffee is smooth and completely lacking in bitterness. I’ve *always* needed sugar in coffee, but it’s completely unnecessary with this.Easy to clean.

Chris12345 says:

Much easier than using a jar and fine sieve I’ve recently discovered cold brew in a large chain of coffee shops and I decided to try and make my own. My first attempt at cold brew involved just mixing ground coffee and filtered water in a jar and then draining it the following morning. The results were good but the draining process was a bit of a pain. That’s why I decided to give this cold brew coffee pot a try and I’m glad I did, it’s so much easier and great value for money. If you like a sweet iced coffee try mixing your cold brew…

Arynth says:

Gorgeous carafe and great for a start to cold brewing. I’ve started getting into cold brew coffee recently and thought instead of paying through the nose to buy premade at coffee shops etc, I should get my own carafe and get brewing. So I did a little bit of research, asked a few friends and Mizudashi seemed to be quite popular so I went for it and bought the 1L pot.It’s a *beautiful* bit of glass and I would have loved for the plastic to be made of something else but it looks great on the fridge and the counter. The only problem I had…

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