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Cold Brew Maker Set including Drinking Jar and Straw.

(7 customer reviews)


Product details

Capacity 1.5 Pounds
Color Clear
Special Feature Ultra Fine Mesh Filter
Coffee Maker Type Coffee Infuser
Product Dimensions 4"D x 4"W x 6.1"H
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Product Description

Cold Brew Maker and Drinking Jar All in One

Everything you need to make and go.

Ultra Fine 50 Micron Mesh Filter ensures no grinds will leak into your beverage

Cold Brew Maker and Drinking Jar All-in-One

Make your Homemade Cold Brew in this Stylish 24oz Ball Jar. Then add your ice and creamer, replace the Storage lid with your Straw Lid and DONE!

Set is complete with all components you need. Just add Coffee and Water.

The Cold Brew Drinking kit comes complete with Drinking Jar and Straw, Ultra Fine 50 Micron Mesh Filter, Straw Cleaner and Silicone ring to make it spill proof.

Ultra Fine 50 Micron Mesh Filter holds back any Grinds or grounds.

This High Quality Ultra Fine Mesh is Heavy Duty for long lasting use. 50 Micron Mesh is one of the finest in the industry.

Additional information

Weight 1.63 kg
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 6.1 cm

24 Fluid Ounces, 32 Fluid Ounces



7 reviews for Cold Brew Maker Set including Drinking Jar and Straw.

  1. Karla


    Solid and Easy to UseI was impressed by the quality of the lids and cup. It’s really easy to use and no messy coffee residue when you remove the filter. You leave your coffee overnight in the fridge while it drips and in the morning it’s perfectly brewed. The lids fit well so no dripping or spilling.

  2. Bob Webber

    Bob Webber

    My wife LOVES this!When you can leave a cold brewing glass of coffee in the fridge so when my wife comes home, she can enjoy a good 20 ounces of her favorite brew ... how can you go wrong? This is perfect!

  3. Mike Combs

    Mike Combs

    Works as promisedThe screen / filter is a fine mesh. I made it over night in the fridge and it came out perfect. I would have given it 5 stars but it came with no instructions? Or other information. All in all it works fine and I like the simplicity

  4. benjamin bannister

    benjamin bannister

    Convenient For Overnight Cold BrewDo you like cold brew coffee and convenience? Then this Mason Jar for cold brew could be right for you.— MAKING COLD BREW —I used to make cold brew in a french press. I would grind my coffee, pour the grounds in the press, pour water over it, let it sit a minimum of 12-18 hours, then press the top down, and pour into another glass carafe to store the finished cold brew.With this product, you remove the process of pressing down on a French press. With that, you also have to wait longer for coffee to drain out. So there is a time factor involved if you like every drop of coffee extracted.— CLEANING —While you may have to wait to get every drop of coffee out, you do save time with the cleaning process. You just dump the coffee grounds out and then it's an incredibly quick wash of the filter to make another batch.— ACCESSORIES —This comes with two white plastic lids: one with a drinking straw hole, and one without. It also comes with a stainless steel straw and a straw cleaner.— COFFEE AMOUNT —This holds four actual cups of water. Depending on how you much coffee you drink, you're looking at about 3 to 3.5 cups of total cold brew coffee ready to drink. In our household, we have the cold brew-making cup (this product, or french press), and a separate carafe to store the finished coffee. This works for us because you can see how much coffee you have and whether or not you can skip a day of making coffee.— SUMMARY —It's a constant coffee-making process in our household because we have limited New York City fridge space, and I prefer to freshly grind my coffee every day. This product does the job of taking up little space while making it convenient to make and clean your cold brew maker. If this sounds similar to your usage, I recommend it.

  5. Gene C.

    Gene C.

    My first time owning cold brew products!Really excited to get this started! I never cold brew before.The product seems to do what it is designed to do. Not a full 5 star because the mason jar that came with it almost looked stained and is not great quality. It seem breakable. I probably wont even put it in the dishwasher.

  6. aTypicalEngineer808


    Purpose built cold brew, as opposed to a french pressUpdate (5/25/22): Some additional observations: a) the silicone seal is very good, and you install by slipping it over the edge of the mesh insert; b) it seals well enough to be inverted, however, I would recommend screwing it on that tightly if you are just placing it inside the fridge, and c) the space foot print as compared to a french press (both 32oz) is considerably smaller (and shorter). Increasing rating to 5-stars, recommended.Summary: We've been using a french press to cold brew coffee for years, so excited to see if this purpose built cold brew coffee setup is any different (hopefully better).  Previously I reviewed the KIDISLE, but that didn't work out (filter opening too narrow, spilled grounds all over the counter top).Observations: The one area where the french press is a little messy is the grounds clean up; hoping that this setup is a little easier to clean (being contained). This one has a very wide mouth opening, so the grinds loading will not be an issue with this one.Recommendations: A few years ago, after having another coffee maker bite the dust, my wife and I began to use French Presses to make cold brew. Chose the 32oz over the 24oz, because I transport my cold brewed coffee in a hydroflask (vs. the brewing container).Pros: Purpose built design; wide mouth opening.Cons: CostConclusion: At $24, rating this 4-stars (cost), will update once I've brewed more than a few rounds, to get a good understanding of the long term performance of this setup.Related Products:KIDISLE Airtight Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker with Spout, 1.5L ~ $25https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MT1XZPY

  7. Nic Narc

    Nic Narc

    Love itI actually had no idea what this was when I ordered it but I wanted to try it. And I'm super happy with it because it's actually a great substitute for my French press which my oldest daughter ran off with when she got her first apartment. This is better than the French press because there's no coffee residue floating around in the coffee when you're finished. I ran some plain hot water through my Keurig and used that for the cooked brew in this container. I don't know what boiling water would do to this glass jar but Keurig hot water (which is very hot) worked perfectly.The piece that holds the coffee is a great design. Again, no coffee grounds were in the coffee when I pulled the filter out and it was super easy to clean. Running water through it worked perfectly.We make extra strong espresso/coffee mixture using this for homemade frappucinos. Make the coffee double strength, put it in the fridge to cool, make great fraps.It comes with 2 lids. One for storing in the fridge, which is a regular plastic lid that screws on. The other is that exact same lid but with a hole in it for a good sized straw. Couldn't be happier with it.

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