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Cold Brewers...What’s your method or machine?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Live-a-Little, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. Mr.E

    Mr.E

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    As a coffee snob I actually have no issues using the 365 brand at whole foods. You can buy a 24oz bag for ~$10. Whole bean, seems fresh, comes in 4 or 5 different "roasts". Higher end stuff such as locally roasted (Armeno in Northborough, Karma in Wayland) is good but as 16 to $20 per pound I rarely partake.
     

  2. ThePreBanMan

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    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FFLY64U/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Cheap and awesome. It was 12 bucks when I bought it and I've been using it every day for years. Cleanup is a snap.

    I seriously believe there is no better value in the world of cold brew coffee makers. It can make regular cold brew or concentrate just depending on how much coffee you add.

    I take 6 tablespoons of whole coffee beans, grind them up, throw them in this bad boy, let it sit overnight and I get 2 nice mugs of coffee from it.

    Did I mention it was 12 bucks when I bought it? It's held yo to daily use for a year. Highly recommended.
     
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  3. endus

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    We just did a batch with Red Barn coffee, which is local. I bought it from CuppaCoffee downtown - they had a specific CuppaCoffee branded cold brew blend which is great.

    I've used Columbian from 1369 on Mass Ave. in an effort to replicate their AMAZING cold brew iced coffee.

    I've also ordered coffee from Daily Grind in Baltimore, which has amazing coffee.
     

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