This coffee machine might actually make cold brew fast
Cold brew coffee is delicious but takes way too long to make. The $129 Dash Rapid Cold Brew System though should whip up a full pitcher in just five minutes flat. That sure beats waiting the 12 to 24 hours it usually takes to create traditional cold brew.
StoreBound, the company with plans to bring the Dash brewer to market, recommends you use standard grounds suitable for drip inside the machine too. For regular cold brew it's best to grind your beans coarsely. The practice helps when the time comes to strain tasty coffee liquid from spent solids. However, it isn't convenient, since it's an extra step you probably don't do ordinarily.
According to StoreBound, the Dash coffee maker works by a method it calls "cold boil." Essentially the device uses a pump to create vacuum pressure within the brewing chamber. This effect causes water to swiftly circulate between the coffee grounds. The result of this fast and furious mixing apparently is properly extracted cold brew coffee.
The programmable Motif Elements coffee maker is designed to make superb coffee on your schedule.
Melitta's Signature Series Pour-Over sports an enhanced design to make coffee brewing easier and have more flavor.
This coffee maker might make cups good enough for the pros to taste.
With a compact design and square shape, the KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker should squeeze into your fridge but...
According to Bunn, its latest coffee machine will make fantastic drip on demand.
With parts of hand-blown glass, steel and cork, the Oxo Glass Pour-Over certainly looks like an artisan drip coffee...
Motif's Essential coffee maker will challenge elite brewers at home.
The Oracle Touch, Breville's first fully automatic espresso machine, almost does it all by itself.
With advanced electronics and mechanical pump, the Breville Precision coffee maker tightly controls how it brews...