The Absolute Best Cold-Brew Maker on The Market

Coffee owns me. I’m absolutely devout with it. 

With that having been said, I don’t need to make any jokes about the amount of coffee that I down, it’s excessive. But, I can make jokes about my sensitive stomach. My tum tum is fickle on a good day and downright nasty on most days. It’s never happy with me. What it liked last week, it loathes this week. So you can imagine how tricky this made my caffeine addiction. Coffee is notorious to problematic tummies. But do I let that stop me? Not a chance. I just get creative with it, which is where the cold brew comes in. 

Cold brew is way more gentle on sensitive stomachs than regular coffee. (It’s less acidic because you’re not literally burning the caffeine out). With a cold brew, it’s like you’re gently coaxing the coffee out of its bean. It’s a lovely process with several other major benefits too. Cold brew is fast, and with the right equipment, it’s hassle-free. 

Now, I’ve been playing around with cold brew makers for years, and trust, if you don’t get the right one, they are a pain in the caboose. So all this about them being easy and amazing only applies to legit-ass equipment. 

Let’s introduce said equipment: I give thee, the one and only: Hario Cold Brew Bottle (from Blue Bottle)

This my friends is the real deal. It’s the best, the easiest, the most hassle-free, guaranteed-perfect-coffee every time cold brew maker there is. I mean, hands down. It’s the real deal. 

You cannot mess this up, guys. I don’t know how they did it, but they perfected the at-home DIY cold brew maker. If you love coffee, and you love cold coffee that’s gentle on the tum, get this in your life. You’ll save time, energy, and money with this and never be sorry. In fact, it may just turn into the best thing you’ve ever bought. 

I adore this cold brew maker, and it has been probably my favorite drink-related purchase all year. 

It’s just so easy. All you do is put some ground coffee in the little basket, pop the lid/filter on, twist it to lock in place, pour water over till the bottle is filled and sit it in the fridge. Wait 8-12 hours, and you’ve got yourself the most perfect cup of cold brew imaginable. 

No weighing necessary. No mess to clean up. No trouble at all. Just ease and pure bliss. The way coffee should be. 

Hannah Flack
Hannah Flack

I am a USC grad with a passion for beauty, health and science. I reside in beautiful California with my husband and puppy (@sebastian.thecavalierking).

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