Takeya Cold-brew Iced Coffee Maker Review
If you love cold brew, this is the coffee maker for you. We were sold on how this model allows you to make coffee and store coffee in the same BPA-free pitcher.
The cold-brew method is for those who have the patience to wait for an uncommonly smooth coffee. True to form, this top-selling machine asks you let your favorite roast steep in cold, filtered, refrigerated water for as long as 36 hours. (Overnight will do if you're in a relative hurry.)
Your yield will be as much as 1 quart of concentrated coffee that can be served over ice with milk or nondairy creamer, or diluted and made hot with boiling water. Even though you might like to, there's no need to guzzle. The coffee concentrate will keep in your refrigerator in its airtight Takeya container for up to two weeks.