The Best Cold Brew Coffee Makers You Can Buy
Whoever said money can't buy happiness has never enjoyed an icy cup of coffee on a hot summer day. Make your own with a cold brew coffee maker from our list of favorites below.
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Takeya Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker
What is a good cold brew coffee maker? The Takeya Deluxe ($20) for starters. Its BPA-free pitcher, which makes enough for four servings of delicious coffee, contains a fine mesh filter that prevents any pesky grounds from getting into your final brew.
Coffee Gator Cold Brew Kit
While we still aren’t sure whether cold brew coffee is healthier than hot brew, we do know that it’s much less acidic (aka easier on your stomach). That also means the cup of joe you get with the Coffee Gator ($30), which will stay fresh for weeks, won’t require sugar or cream to make it taste good.
County Line Kitchen Cold Brewer
The only thing trendier than cold brew coffee is mason jars. (Have you been on Pinterest lately?!) Combine the two with this cold brewer from County Line Kitchen ($27)—simply add your coffee grounds, put it in the fridge overnight, then enjoy. Psst: Here’s how to make a cup taste like it’s from a coffeehouse.
Toddy Cold Brew System
With this cold brew kit ($35), the options are endless. Not only can it make a glass of barista-approved cold brew coffee but it can also be used to make hot coffee (just add boiling water) and even iced tea (swap out coffee beans for tea leaves). Just don’t forget this secret ingredient everyone is adding to their java.
KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker
In the world of kitchen appliances, the name KitchenAid is synonymous with quality…and the brand’s cold brew coffee maker ($62) lives up to that. Compact enough to fit snugly on your refrigerator shelf, it has a stainless steel steeper with fill level marks so you can measure out perfect portions.
OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker
There are some things you should never do when you’re making coffee. And then there are some that you should—like snagging this cold brewer ($50) which has a brew-release switch at the bottom so you can easily dispense your coffee concentrate after it brews for 12 to 24 hours.
Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer
It doesn’t get much simpler than the Filtron Concentrate Brewer ($55). There are no complicated processes or fancy buttons to figure out—just scoop your grounds into one of the paper filters, pour water over top and wait! All of the tasty cold brew with none of the effort.
Ovalware RJ3 Cold Brew Maker
Fresh and flavorful coffee is at your fingertips with this dishwasher-safe glass brewer ($30). You can keep your java in the fridge for weeks without losing any of its deliciousness (or worrying about rust) thanks to the stainless steel pieces. Psst: Here are the tips and tricks to making the perfect cup of coffee that you wish you’d known sooner.