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Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart

  • Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart
  • Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart
  • Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart
  • Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart
  • Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart

Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker With Airtight Lid & Silicone Handle, 1 Quart

£84.00 £51.00 Save: £33.00
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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • THE NEW DELUXE cold brew coffee maker is a durable BPA-Free Tritan pitcher with an airtight lid & non-slip silicone handle. It produces 4 servings of smooth cold brew with any type of coffee grounds and is less acidic than traditional coffee brewing.
  • THE FINE-MESH COFFEE FILTER in this cold brew coffee maker keeps grounds out of your freshly brewed pot - differing from other coffee machines. Tritan plastic withstands hot temperatures if you want a hot cup of coffee. Fits in most refrigerator doors.
  • PREMIUM BOTTLES AND LIDS: Our innovative line of insulated hydration solutions come in a range of sizes. We offer water bottles in 18, 24, 32, 40, and 64 oz sizes, beverage makers and pitchers in 1 Qt and 2 Qt sizes.
  • BPA FREE HYDRATION SOLUTIONS: From insulated stainless steel water bottles to beverage makers and pitchers, as well as a variety of product accessories, Takeya USA products help you stay cool, refreshed and hydrated for an active, on-the-go lifestyle.
  • INNOVATIVE HYDRATION SOLUTIONS: Takeya brings over 55 years of Japanese design heritage to our line of insulated, BPA-free water bottles & our sustainable iced tea, fruit infusion, & cold brew pitchers.
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A lot of flawsFirst off, due to the weight and volume that the coffee grounds add, you do not yield 2 quarts of coffee. I make my coffee on the weekend so that I don't have to deal with it on weekdays when I'm busy getting ready for work. I thought 2 quarts would give me 4 servings (I drink at least 2 cups of black coffee in the morning) but it only gives me about 3 servings total.Secondly, there is no fill line indicated anywhere on the pitcher so you'd have to eyeball how much water you are putting in (unless you pre-measure your water, which is an extra annoying step I don't want or need). The instructions say you pour water up to 3/4 of the bottle (before coffee) but that depends on how much coffee you have in the filter because once the coffee grounds absorb water, of course they add volume to the total. So you end up with more or less water than you want and have to adjust it accordingly, which means you have to screw and unscrew the filter and pull it out or tilt the filter so you can pour your water. More annoying additional step. You can draw a line with a sharpie on the bottle but that's besides the point. The brewing system needs to be where you put the coffee first and then pour the water over the coffee, without having to mess with the lid, etc., not the other way around.Thirdly, the spout malfunctions every time. It is poorly designed. When you pour your coffee, it ALWAYS drips outside the spout, making a mess, not to mention, wasting my expensive coffee.Fourthly, they claim this is a top rack dishwasher safe. Think about it. In what dishwasher top, could this long pitcher possibly fit vertically? If you lay it flat horizontally, does that clean the inside of the bottle? Of course not. What a stupid claim is this?Lastly, the overall pitcher feels flimsy and has a slight sticky feel (I don't know how to describe this). It certainly does NOT feel like it is a BPA-free material (in comparison with other quality bottles made by Nalgene).Not. At. All impressed whatsoever. Definitely not worth the $.I do not recommend. 1does the job, with a lot of grounds to then filter...1st off, cold steeped coffee is wonderfully flavorful and velvety smooth!... and, despite what i will explain below, this item is responsible for re-introducing us to the luscious experience of cold-brewed coffee and, we are thankful ...now, with less ado, the review;a great cold-brew can be achieved, without this system, by putting finely ground coffee with h2o in a large mason jar, place in fridge for 24-36 hrs (shaking several times, periodically, throughout), and then filtering over a pour-over filter/carafe system......this is, effectively, what you must do with this maker, as it's filter cage does not contain the grounds, even when ground very coarse by comparison, this filter cage releases considerably more grounds than with an economy french press......as such, if you purchase this, know that you will most likely need to filter the product after... again, even with a coarse ground.so why use your time & energy placing grounds in the product's filter cage to begin with, when post-steep filtering will be necessary? ......well, as such, we felt that is is inefficient to even put the grounds in the ground's cage... plus, you have to empty and clean the cage!... so, we discarded the filter cage and just use the carafe, with it's handle, sealed top, and pour spout, as our cold-brew sealed container; we pour in our finely ground beans, top it off with h2o, seal the top, shake vigorously, place it in the frig for 24-36 hours (shaking periodically, as often as able), then pour it over our simple, standard pour-over filter & carafe system...and, viola!, you have a full carafe of filtered, wonderful, full-bodied, cold-steeped coffee... drink it cold or heat in your mug for a regular hot cup-o-joe, but a tasty, smooth, velvety one!here is a simple, lang-lasting pour over system, for filtering your cold-brew; Melitta Coffee Maker, 6 Cup Pour-Over Brewer with Glass Carafe, 1-Count and, these are get brown (unbleached) filters; Melitta Cone Coffee Filters, Natural Brown, No. 6, 40-Count Filters (Pack of 12)furthermore, we also use a tall glass mason jar, so we are cycling through a 2-jar system; one steeping for 24-36 hours, while the other has completed the cold steeping cycle time and is ready for filtering basically, just putting a new one in each evening ... it really works great! especially knowing every day is a cold-steeped day! :-) | note: tall glass mason jars are great; for the large volume, the sealed lid, and the small diameter mouth making pouring easier and, likely better than plastic, as the glass and metal lid prevent any permeation of odors | | bottom line & summary |skip this product, due to the filter cage releasing such an excess of grounds into it's finished product, even when ground coarse, and just use any large sealed container (like a tall glass mason jar, pic attached); place in grounds, top off with h2o, shake vigorously, place in frig, continue to shake periodically for 24-36 hours, and then pour over your filter system it is just "that" easy and, again, negates the need for this coffee system with its filter cage lastly and again, if you would like a full carafe of cold-brewed coffee every day, then do the 2-jar method, so you will always be cycling two(2) through your refrigerator; one always ready to filter and the other still in the steeping process to be ready for the next day! :-) it works!enjoy! Thank you. 2This is a nice, affordable option for making your own cold brew ...This is a nice, affordable option for making your own cold brew if you are hesitant to buy a fancy brewing machine that takes up a lot of space. It is easy to assemble and all pieces can be washed easily. The only downsides that I have experienced is leakage of grounds into the drinking portion (make sure coffee is ground to correct size consistently) and you have to wet the grounds in the filter BEFORE submerging it in the water- if you simply submerge the filter in the water pitcher, the top portion of the coffee grounds will remain dry despite shaking and inverting the pitcher.I like the small profile of this pitcher and ease of use, but if this pitcher were to break, I'm not sure I would buy it again. But it was definitely a great first foray into making cold brew for me. 4Easy and Cheap Way To Make Cold-Brew CoffeeI've always preferred cold drinks to hot ones so imagine my joy when companies started selling pre-made cold-brew coffee in the grocery store. At about $7 per bottle though, it was costing me more to buy it that way rather than brewing my own hot coffee and adding ice. It wasn't until I was perusing YouTube and saw one of my favorite YT'ers pouring her own cold-brew out of a refrigerated container. I immediately toggled to Amazon in a search for one similar and I found this product. After comparing prices and reviews, I decided to give this one a try. 3 weeks and several brews later here are my takeaways:Pros: Easy to clean and use, coffee tastes great, not going back to buying pre-made!Cons: Durability seems fragile as the soft foamy plastic on the handle is coming up already, it will leak if you don't screw the lid on tight so beware, since it has to brew laying down it takes up more space in my small fridge than I'd likeOverall though, it's a much cheaper alternative to pre made cold brews and you can control the strength and taste of your coffee by selecting the brand/grounds/roast you want and by adding more or less ground to the filter.Special Note: I read through a lot of reviews and it seems the main issue most people had was the coffee grounds seeping into the liquid. It appears from reading the replies from the manufacturer and by my own experience with this, that they have created a smaller mesh filter and have stopped shipping the product with the old style. The new style is so good that I'm using fine ground coffee and have had NO grounds in my end product. So please disregard older comments about this issue if you're ordering this for the first time.Another main issue is about the leaking but if you screw the top on securely and shake any excess out into a sink before placing it back into the fridge that will prevent leakage. For just in case, it's good to have a paper towel under your brewer when placed on its side. 5Lightweight, great filter and you can't beat the price!I'm really liking this cold brew maker. At first I was saddened that it is 100% plastic and not glass but I realized that you could take something like this hiking/camping with you if you're the type of camper that needs their coffee right away when they first get up. I used to use a plain press-pot as my cold brewer but it'd leave sludge in the last cup; this has an extremely nice filter that is very fine and the whole thing is very easy to clean.Recommended tips: If you just fill the filter and then dip it into a full carafe of water the grounds will all be pressed up against the top of the lid. I personally fill the filter and place it in the empty carafe, then pour water through the filter and grounds until the carafe is full. Then I remove the filter and screw it into the cap and replace it back into the carafe. Shake a bit (just to be sure) and refrigerate! 5Flawed design for the 2Qt modelThis review is for the 2 Quart model. Hard to believe the company overlooked the design so much for what could ve been a great product. The mesh/filter is the same size as the 1 quart model (holds about 14 TBsps). Problem with that is the other 14 TBsps coffee recommended for the larger 2 Qt design sits on top in the plastic extender provided. Basically water never really seeps through completely, resulting in basically the top 14TBsps coffee being wasted. I can imagine the 1 QT design works fine. But this is so flawed. The whole idea behind cold brewing is total immersion. I hot bloomed the coffee for a min and used slightly less coarse coffee to make up for this. Overall, I really wanted to love this , but ended up very disappointed. 1Pick a robust coffee and use a course grind, results are greatI read the reviews carefully before ordering this item and since we enjoy strong coffee was concerned we might be disappointed, we were not. The results were a strong smooth ice coffee we both enjoyed very much. Coffee selection. We chose Costco Costa Rica whole beans which we ground at the store using the course setting. For actually brewing I pretty much followed the instructions. I filled the filter to just above the filter material (very near the top) and didn't bother to measure how many tablespoons that equated too. I filled the pot as full as I could get it with filtered water and swirled the water around 2 or 3 times during the brewing process. Total brew time was about 18 hours. I poured the cold brew through a standard coffee filter to remove the sediment and served it in two 16 glasses each about half full of ice. I added half & half my wife used Baileys. Final results were great. 5Perfect for anyone.Pros:extremely easy to use and clean. Like it's ridiculously easy.Sturdy product, I intentionally tossed it while empty and full just to "test it" doesn't leak and didn't break.Con:Low capacity of fluid.So for anyone new to cold brew use this, I highly advise it. Use it as you wish... However...What I do is:Brew coffee for about 20-30h.Pour coffee into large container.Mix milk, creamer, and flavouring into container.Drink it all in one go cause it's so delicious... Kidding. It last me a day or two. But I drink a lot of coffee.Now, remember cold brew coffee is extremely potent. (I'm a chemist... Trust me)It is way more smooth and while I haven't tested the caffine content it seems higher, or maybe that's cause I drink more.Now, again I remind you it's potent. Add about 1:4 water to coffee and when done brewing dilute coffee with regular coffee, milk, or whatever.Highly advise using cold brew in place of hot coffee on all occasions.Heat it up if ya want hot coffee. It's still great. 4Make great cold brew coffee for lessI purchased this to make cold brew coffee at the office. My coworkers and I were going to the local siren at least 3-4 times a week for our afternoon pick me up. It was starting to become a serious drain financially. We all chipped in to get this pitcher and take turns buying beans. Get them ground for a French press, or super coarse, and you'll have a pretty good replica. The instructions for making cold brew are pretty easy. Of course you'll get some micro grinds that will make its way through the filter but that's to be expected. If you're OCD about it, you could pour it through a strainer or paper filter. Or just let it settle and pour gently. We've seriously cut down our caffeine expenditures by 50-75%. Now if we could figure out a way to order out less :) 5Should've bought it sooner!Great cold brew system! We had been putting off getting one for so long. We have a keurig and simply put brewed coffee in the fridge overnight. But as our keurig seems to be dying, it was time to explore other options. I wish we had done it sooner! This system is so easy to use - add your coffee of choice and water, place it in the fridge and wait for the next day. That's it!! So easy, great tasting coffee that goes far enough for both of us. It easily fits on a shelf or the door. We're considering buying a second because of how much coffee my husband drinks or if we have company.UPDATE:After a couple weeks of use I've noticed a flaw to call out. When inserting the filter into the water the grounds sometimes pop up to the top of the filter. This causes the grounds to get stuck and not submerge fully into the water to brew properly. I'm not terribly picky and haven't noticed a huge difference in taste or quality. The fix is easy - insert the filter into the water slowly and if needed tap the filter firmly on the side of the carafe. With a firm tap the grounds should fall to the bottom of the filter. Given that this isn't an issue when brewing a full carafe, an issue every time we brew, or a noticeable difference in taste/quality, I'm leaving my rating as 5 stars. 5
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