BeanPlus Cold Drip

Jul 28, 2016

Category: Gear

For most all coffee fiends, cold brew is a summer essential. The drink is pretty expensive, however, and if you’re trying to make it yourself? You have to plan at least a day in advance in order to let the beans brew properly. Or, at least, you used that’s the way it used to work. The BeanPlus Cold Drip coffee brewer cuts most brew times in half thanks to its dutch brewing method.

The brewer is split up into three different sections, a top area for storing cold water, a stainless steel sieve to hold your favorite ground beans, and a carafe for all of your coffee to gather. Simply load up the top portion of the brewer with water and it’ll drip through the non-clogging drip mechanism and onto your beans. It’s a fun and clean take on a brew method that can be time consuming and downright messy at times. Save yourself both time and money this summer and pick up yours staring at just $44. [Purchase]

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