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Primula Burke Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker - Amazon $9.98

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Primula Burke 1.6 Qt. Temperature Safe Borosilicate Glass Cold Brew Coffee Maker with Protective Holder and Brew Filter - Black is $10.40 with free shipping for prime or $9.98 with No-rush shipping.

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I love that the only picture of the "Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker" in use, shows it filled with iced tea.
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I love that the only picture of the "Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker" in use, shows it filled with iced tea.
Also weird the ice is in the middle; you'd assume coffee would be there, but that wouldn't make for a nicer picture.
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I love that the only picture of the "Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker" in use, shows it filled with iced tea.
So you've never seen ice coffee with full ice and light behind it I take it? Coffee isn't always as dark as my soul.
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Also weird the ice is in the middle; you'd assume coffee would be there, but that wouldn't make for a nicer picture.
Ice is usually a critical part of iced tea.
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I bought this awhile back from Walmart for $15. It works well, easy to clean, no grinds get in the coffee. Maybe a little small if you have multiple people in the house since it takes so long to cold brew. Really happy with it.
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I love that the only picture of the "Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker" in use, shows it filled with iced tea.
You'd be surprised how you can find multiple uses for every product. Like my smartphone, it's also great for driving in nails at the job site.
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Itching. Should I buy?
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If you have a French Press, you can just use that to make cold brew. No need for some specialized device.
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I've been using this for around 9 months and love it...the filter gets pretty nasty after around 3 months of daily use even with cleaning it daily.

at 10 dollars I highly recommended it.
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If you have a French Press, you can just use that to make cold brew. No need for some specialized device.
I mean, it's basically a french press without the 'press' part Applause
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Itching. Should I buy?
No. Get flea powder instead.
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For ten bucks I'll give it a shot. The cold brew maker my wife uses now is a royal pain in the ass to use and clean and barely makes a quart at a time.
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If you have a French Press, you can just use that to make cold brew. No need for some specialized device.
Ok, so how do you do it? Please explain!
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This or the french press style? I already have the FP style but it's a pain to clean. Do you think pressing the coffee would lead to higher caffeine content?
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