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Kungroo Glass Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Airtight Pitcher Carafe Pot, 32oz

$29.75 $64.95 saving $35.20
Kungroo Glass Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Airtight Pitcher Carafe Pot, 32oz

Kungroo Glass Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Airtight Pitcher Carafe Pot, 32oz

$29.75 $64.95 saving $35.20
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  • Makes Less Acidic Cold Brew Coffee.
  • Extra Thick High Borosilicate Premium Quality Glass.
  • Right Size Fits Easily in Refrigerator & Kitchen Shelves.
  • High Precision Cut 304 Stainless Steel Infuser To Avoid Grounds In Your Coffee.
  • Airtight Silicone Sealer Keeps Refrigerator Smells Away.
  • Coffee Stays Fresh Up to 3 Weeks.
  • Absolutely No Plastics Inside Or Outside.
  • Dishwasher Safe, Strong & Durable, Easy To Clean.
  • To Make A Better Tasting Cold Brew Coffee, Try Kungroo.
  • Kungroo is also an Iced Tea Maker.
  • We ship your orders fast. Express Shipping 2-4 Days.
  • Kungroo Makes One Of The Best Gifts For Birthday, Anniversary, Engagement, Valentines Day, Wedding Shower, bridesmaid, Women, Mom, Dad, Sister, Nurse, Brother, Elders, Bride, Bridal Shower.

Meet Kungroo Cold Brew Coffee Maker

Kungroo Glass Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Airtight Pitcher Carafe Pot, 32oz
  • STRONG GLASS

    Extra Thick High Borosilicate Premium Quality Glass. Absolutely NO Plastics!

  • STEEL INFUSER

    High Precision Cut 304 Stainless Steel Infuser To Avoid Grounds In Your Coffee.

  • AIRTIGHT SEALER

    Coffee Stays Fresh Up to 3 Weeks. Airtight Silicone Sealer Keeps Refrigerator Smells Away.

  • EASY TO CLEAN

    Dishwasher Safe, Right Size Makes it Easy To Clean. Fits Easily in Refrigerator & Kitchen Shelves.

Top 3 Cold Brew Mistakes To Avoid:

  • Grinding Beans Too Fine!

    Coffee that is too finely ground will over extract resulting in a bitter taste. Some methods of brewing, like the pour over, calls for finely ground beans. But in cold brew because you’re steeping them for upwards of 12 hours, you should grind the beans coarsely.

  • Using The Wrong Ratio!

    The basic formula for cold brew is one pound of ground coffee beans to one gallon of water. Unless you’re running a small cafe out of your kitchen you likely won’t need to make that much. A more home brewing-friendly ratio is a quarter-pound of beans to four cups of water. Scale down or drink up.

  • Not Diluting The Concentrate!

    The standard time for steeping is 24 hours. Be aware that will result in an intensely flavored & caffeinated coffee concentrate. When you’re ready to drink, dilute it with water adding cream or milk will also cut the intensity.