Stainless Steel Filter for Cold Brewed Coffee, Iced Coffee and Iced Tea Maker Infuser for Use With 1 Quart Wide Mouth Mason Jars

November 8, 2017 - Comment

INCLUDED – Stainless steel filter – Silicone seal – Instruction manual with recipes EASY TO USE Simply pour coarse ground coffee into the filter basket, add water and allow to steep for 24 to 48 hours. Remove the filter basket and discard the grounds and you have 3cups of delicious coffee concentrate. All components are

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INCLUDED

– Stainless steel filter

– Silicone seal

– Instruction manual with recipes

EASY TO USE

Simply pour coarse ground coffee into the filter basket, add water and allow to steep for 24 to 48 hours. Remove the filter basket and discard the grounds and you have 3cups of delicious coffee concentrate. All components are dishwasher safe.

CREATE CONCENTRATED BREW

Our large filter basket allows the highest ratio of coffee grounds to water for any cold brewer. The silicone seal allows you to shake the jar during the brewing process ensuring that all of the grounds are completely wetted.

HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS

The filter is made from heavy gage, food grade stainless steel wire that will not bend or dent. Other coffee makers use thin, easily damaged stainless steel cloth.

VERSATILE BREWER

The 1 quart jar will yield up to 3 cups of coffee concentrate. Use multiple jars to brew one batch while drinking and storing another.

This system can also be used to make hot tea or sun tea with loose leaf teas and infuse water with fruits or oils with spices.

COLD BREWING BENEFITS

Cold brewing coffee prevents the formations of acids that create bitterness and obscure the flavors of the coffee. The low acid content of the coffee is also a benefit for reflux sufferers. In addition, the stainless steel filter allows the aromatic oils of the beans that are removed by a paper filter to pass through into the coffee further improving the flavor.

Product Features

  • EASY TO CLEAN AND DISHWASHER SAFE – Make your own cold brewed coffee easily and without the mess. Just add your own 1 quart mason jar and lid.
  • HIGH QUALITY, BPA FREE MATERIALS – Includes a heavy duty stainless steel filter and BPA Free, FDA compliant silicone seal. Includes an instruction manual with several pages of recipes!
  • VERSATILE – Works with any 1 quart mason jar including Ball, Kerr and Golden Harvest
  • LARGE AND DURABLE FILTER – The extra large, heavy duty stainless steel filter allows a 1:2 coffee to water ratio that results in a strong coffee concentrate. The silicone seal allows the jar to be shaken during brewing to ensure thorough wetting of the grounds to extract the maximum intensity from the coffee.
  • COLD OR HOT BREW TEA AND WATER INFUSER – Make a batch of delicious cold or hot brewed tea or infuse one quart of water with your favorite fruits!

Comments

Brian J. Ramage says:

Classic look for a Cold-Brewer. This brewer is based on a Mason Jar and is a bit larger, bigger filter, and silcone o-rings you need to swap out. The Coffee I bought (regular ground coffee) seems to sift through the filter-leaving a sludge on the bottom…maybe the holes are larger than the last cold-brewer I had, maybe the coffee is ground finer than I’d have done, but I am busy this week and didn’t feel like grinding coffee in the am. 

C Keller says:

Simple Greatness I love my County Line Kitchen Ball jar cold brew coffee maker! Unlike most folks I know, I use mine to cold brew good quality decaffeinated coffee beans which I burr grind myself as needed. I usually brew the decaf for about 14 to 15 hours on the kitchen counter. It might be a no-no, but I do re-brew the decaf grounds a second time, with seemingly no ill effects (no extra bitter flavor, for example). This time I brew for about 10 to 15 hours in the refrigerator. After brewing the first…

heyjude says:

We would give this six stars if we could! We would give this six stars if we could! My brother loves cold brewed coffee and has been making it at home using either cheesecloth or, on occasion, the Starbucks packs. I got these for him for Christmas. Since he has to have decaf, these stainless steel filters allow him to buy coffee locally, grind his own beans, and brew his own – at a fraction of the cost for the non-decaf Starbucks and with far less muss and fuss (cheesecloth and grounds all over the kitchen). He only wishes they…

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