For anyone who likes cold brewed coffee, the Hario Cold Brew Aluminium Coffee Jug is the ideal product. This simple device produces up to 1000 ml of cold brew concentrate that’s rich and balanced without requiring much effort or technique.
Simple and classic brewing system that brings out the full flavor and coffee aromas by slowly allowing the oils to infuse with cold water.
Cold brewing preserves delicate flavor compounds, while eliminating bitter oils and acids that would be extracted at higher temperatures.
Prevents coffee oxidization
Fine grade mesh filter ensures clarity in the cup.
Makes a perfect cold brew base that is ideal for ice coffee served neat over ice or with a dash of milk.
Makes up to 1000ml / 8 cups of coffee in about 8 to 15 hours
Capacity: 1000 ml
Cold brew glass coffee maker
Built with Hario’s signature heat proof high borosilicate glass
Mesh filter design eliminates the need for extra filters
Great tasting, rich cold brewed coffee
Easy to use
For best results, we recommend using a ratio of 80g coffee per liter of cold water, and a medium grind.
Place the ground coffee into the mesh filter
Place the filter into the decanter
Add cold water through the filter to saturate all the coffee and stir
Add the remaining cold water to the carafe
Secure the lid, and place in the refrigerator for 8 to 18hrs
Remove the mesh filter and discard the used coffee grounds
Serve with ice and enjoy!
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