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This Gadget Will Let You Make Cold Brew Coffee at Home

The best part is that it's small enough to fit inside your ref!

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If you’re a coffee addict and you’re plunking down hundreds of pesos a day for that wildly popular cold brew coffee drink, then you might want to consider investing in this little kitchen gadget.

KitchenAid, the same folks who gave you the iconic and indispensible KitchenAid mixer, created the KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker to address the immediate needs of cold brew addicts out there. For those who are curious, cold brew isn’t regular iced coffee, which is brewed hot and served cold. This variant is brewed with cold or room temperature water over a 12- to 24-hour period, resulting in a less acidic, mellower brew and taste.


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The KitchenAid brewer is one gadget that doesn’t need electricity—all you need to do is pour ground coffee into the filter, add water, and steep in the ref. Yes, you read that right—it’s tiny enough (8” x 6.9” in size) to stash inside your refrigerator, and you get 28 oz. of servings. Plus, the brewer itself keeps your mix fresh for two weeks.


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In its review of the brewer, Epicurious mentions that it is worth the purchase, as it serves as a filter, brewer, and dispenser all-in-one (it has a spout and a handle, in case you want to go on a cold brew picnic). And if the cold brew addiction dies down, you can still use it to steep iced tea, sangria, or other forms of fruity punch.

KitchenAid is distributed locally by Focus Global Inc., or follow KitchenAid Philippines on their Facebook page.

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