Cold Brew Dripper Coffee Extraction
Cold brew, or cold water extract, refers to the process of steeping coffee grounds in room temperature or cold water for an extended period.
Cold brew coffee is not to be confused with iced coffee, which generally refers to coffee that is brewed hot and then chilled by pouring over or adding ice, though iced coffee can refer to cold brew coffee served on ice.
We sell a special set of three coffee grinds for your Cold Brew Coffee Dripper: More fine for strong, bold flavor, comparable to a moka or espresso, rather a concentrate; medium as the main stream, as well as coarse for a light version of a cold brew coffee.
Speaking in general, only cold coffee maker with an adjustable drip frequency, called cold brew coffee dripper, are the money worth, available from $29.99 to $418 and more.