Inspired by tall cold brew towers in stylish coffee shops, the Bruer Cold Brew System brings drip cold brew coffee to the home setting.
The Cold Bruer’s upper chamber holds ice and water, which drip to make the cold coffee. The process takes three to 12 hours and yields up to 600 millilitres of concentrate. The resulting coffee is full-flavoured with a smooth, silky body. The concentrate can be stored in the fridge for up to two weeks.
Cold brew coffee is less acidic and less bitter than hot brewed coffee, which makes it versatile and perfect for iced drinks.
The Bruer Cold Coffee Maker comes with a pack of 100 paper filters. For a cup with a heavier body, use a reusable stainless steel filter instead of paper. The Bruer is made with borosilicate glass and stainless steel and comes in three colours of food-grade silicone to match any setting.
For more information, visit www.alternativebrewing.com.au