Brew delicious concentrate for cold or hot coffee (or tea) with OXO

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NEWS – Cold-brewed coffee concentrate isn’t just for making iced coffee.  You can also dilute it with heated water for hot coffee without having to brew a pot.  Using the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker, you can easily prepare 40 ounces of delicious, low-acid coffee concentrate while you sleep so you can enjoy beverages for days.

The cold brewer has an ultra-fine, reusable stainless steel mesh filter, silicone gasket, and a borosilicate glass carafe.  To brew, put ground coffee in the brewing container, then add water through the Rainmaker™ to ensure that the water is evenly distributed over the coffee.  Let the mixture steep for 12-24 hours, then drain the concentrate into the coffee carafe.

Store the concentrate in the fridge for freshness.   The stopper for the carafe also functions as a measuring cup for portioning out the concentrate.  Each brewing makes enough concentrate for about 12-14 beverages.  You can make hot or cold coffees by diluting the concentrate with water or milk.

If you prefer tea, the OXO Cold Brewer can also be used to cold-brew a concentrate using loose leaves or tea bags.

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The glass carafe is machine washable, but you’ll need to hand wash all other parts.  The pieces stack together for compact storage.  The OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker is $49.99 at OXO.

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