Cold brew coffee is slowly gaining traction, but device availability – and prices – currently limit our options, particularly when it comes to slow-drip processes. Fortunately, Cold Bruer’s got the right idea. This simple device sets up in minutes: fill the tower with two aeropress-sized filters (one underneath the coffee and one on top for water dispersement), 2 ounces of ground coffee, and up to 24 ounces of water, then set the drip rate by turning the adjustment knob (that stainless steel bar on top), pop it in the fridge, and wait. Three to twelve hours later depending on the set drip rate, you’ll find a delicious cup of sweet, full-flavored coffee waiting to perk you up, with less acidity and bitterness than standard hot-brewed java.
Find it at Amazon – $80