Cold Bruer 2

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Vices

There’s nothing like a cold caffeine jolt to get you through the afternoon, and we’ve found that a good cold brew coffee is the best way to do that. Our favorite cold brew coffee maker is back, and redesigned for the holiday season.

The Cold Bruer 2 refines the design of its predecessor, while also giving you the ability to brew up to 20 ounces of coffee in just 4 hours. The new build is a bit sleeker and slimmer (sporting an hourglass inspired silhouette), and is made from stronger Borosilicate Glass paired with food grade silicone parts throughout. All you have to do is fill it up with water, adjust the valve to your desired drip rate, throw it in the fridge (where it will spend the evening), and when you wake up, you’ll have a homemade cold brew, ready to enjoy. [Purchase]

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