Japanese coffee brewing equipment manufacturer Hario has introduced a new variation of its cold immersion brewer, the Mizudashi.
Shaped like a bottle of wine, the Filter-In Coffee Bottle is sleek and sophisticated. In terms of functionality, the product includes a glass bottle that can contain up to 650ml of liquid, removable silicone rubber stoppers and spouts, as well as a filter made of polyester mesh, and a strainer made of plastic.
To make your own cold brew, simply place the coffee grounds in the strainer, add water (the colder, the better) and let it steep for at least an eight-hour period in the fridge. This piece of coffee brewing equipment is a great, low-cost alternative to purchasing cold coffee beverages.
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References: dailycoffeenews & thekitchn