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Cold-brew coffee makers
OXO Good Grips
Cold-brew coffee is best when the grounds steep directly in water for hours, and the OXO makes the rest of the process easy. Just flip a switch to begin draining the brew into the carafe. The metal filter cuts sediment to a minimum.
Cuisinart’s brewer dramatically accelerates the steeping process by spinning and shaking. The coffee won’t be as tasty, but it’s “totally acceptable,” and it can be ready in just 25 minutes, as opposed to, say, 24 hours. Add a paper filter to cut sediment.
A great value option, the Takeya is an immersion brewer with a mesh pouch to hold the grounds. Its BPA-free, dishwasher-safe carafe is so leak-proof you could even store it in the fridge on its side.
Source: USA Today
KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Great for making big batches of cold brew, KitchenAid’s 28-ounce vat has a stainless-steel spigot up front for easy serving right out of the refrigerator. It also has a handle for toting coffee to a picnic or the porch.
Yama Cold Brew Drip Tower
“A tower of caffeinated awesomeness,” the Yama employs the same drip process as some cheaper devices but does the job with a lot more flair. It uses a ceramic filter and is available in 8- and 25-cup sizes.
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