Right now, it seems like cold brew is king of the coffee world. It’s in almost every coffee shop, though it isn’t hard to see why. It’s thick, full of flavor – and even more importantly – packed with caffeine. The only real downside? It isn’t cheap. The Arctic Cold Brewer is looking to change that.
Essentially a more sleek and well designed brewer, this thing is built to make whipping up your own batch of cold brew both simple, and affordable. All users need to do is to pour their grounds into the 18/8 stainless steel filter with 200 micron diameter laser cut holes, slide it into the 15 liter borosilicate glass carafe, and then pour cold water through the filter and let it sit in the fridge for 12 to 14 hours. After this overnight brew-time, you’ll be set with enough concentrate to make up to 12 cups of coffee, setting you up for your work week perfectly. When these hit the market they are expected to retail for $90. [Purchase]