Cold brew is a method, not a temperature. When adding hot-brewed coffee to ice, the beverage becomes diluted, creating a weaker and less flavorful Cup of Joe.
Brewing with slow, cold exposure (instead of heat, which extracts the bitterness) gives drinkers a sweeter, richer tasting coffee. Cold brew makes a concentrate. Adding milk, cream and ice won't water it down nor will it affect the strength of the coffee.
Because of its easy-to-use process, the Barista Cold Brew method tastes smoother, sweeter, and richer than hot brewing. Simply soak the coffee grounds and flip the switch to filter the coffee through the stainless steel filter, preventing coffee grounds from draining into the coffee concentrate.
The concentrate collects into a convenient carafe with an easy-grip handle and stays fresh for up to two weeks in the fridge with its tight-fit lid. The Barista Cold Brew system's precision spout is designed to pour without dripping, and the accurate measurement marks help users pour the right amount each time.
The Barista Cold Brew system is made of BPA-free, FDA-approved parts that disassemble for easy storage and even easier cleanup. You can store as much as 14 servings of homemade cold brew concentrate for up to two weeks in the fridge thanks to Barista's tight-fit lid designed to keep odors out and fresh coffee aromas in.
- Smoother tasting coffee than hot brewed coffee that isn't bitter or acidic.
- Simple to use
- Easy to clean.