By extracting regular coffee with water, you can enjoy a different aroma and rich flavor than when you drip it with boiling water. Since it takes time to extract, it was common to drink at coffee shops and cafes, but recently, household pots and special coffee bags are also on sale.
"Bruer" that landed from California is one of them. It is a coffee dripper exclusively for watering that was developed so that you can easily enjoy sloppy iced coffee at home.
The main body is divided into an upper tank that holds water and a carafe that receives coffee, and when assembled, it has a stylish design reminiscent of siphon coffee.
First, weigh the coffee powder and set it.
After smoothing the powder and putting the attached paper filter on it, moisten it with a small amount of water.
Seal with a valve, add water or ice water and start extraction. Twisting the valve changes the amount of water that falls down, allowing you to adjust the drip speed from a minimum of 3 to 12 hours. We recommend about 1 drop per second, which takes about 6 hours at this speed. The appearance of coffee falling is like an hourglass and I want to watch it forever, but I wonder if it is efficient to set it at night and sleep once.
When I woke up in the morning, the room was filled with the nice aroma of coffee. It is clearly lighter in color than regular coffee, but has a surprisingly strong aroma.
The extracted coffee has no bitterness or unpleasant taste, and has a mellow taste with a slight sweetness. Drinking strong coffee may leave a unique aftertaste, but it is refreshing like water, so it is also recommended for hot days.
You can make about 4 cups at a time, so cover the excess and put it in the refrigerator. Cold brew coffee is hard to oxidize, so it can be stored in the refrigerator for several days. The carafe is made of heat-resistant glass and can be heated in the microwave to make hot coffee.
When the extraction is finished, remove the filter and the powder will be thrown away at once, and it is also compatible with the dishwasher, so it is easy to clean. The luxurious coffee, which is carefully extracted over time, seemed to be enjoyable from a different perspective when selecting beans.
The price of Bruer is 15,500 yen (excluding tax). You can purchase it at "Ange web shop". If you like cold brew coffee, why not try making it by hand with your favorite tools?