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The Dash Cold Brew System uses vacuum pressure and a pump to create cold-brewed coffee in as little as five minutes.

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On the left is a filter section that holds ground coffee and multiple metal mesh filters inside.

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On the right side is the water carafe with a maximum capacity of 50 ounces (1.5 L).

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Make sure to tighten the filter section's lid.

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When you're ready to brew, you'll have fresh water on one side and coffee grounds in the other.

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Turn the control dial to choose your desired brew time in minutes.

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Water will flow through the system and percolate through the ground coffee in the filter, then back to the pitcher. 

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When the brewing cycle is finished, the pump pushes liquid back into the carafe.

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After about five minutes, the Dash Cold Brew System served up a drink very much like real cold-brewed coffee, though it could be more intensely flavored. 

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