OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker

 

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Overview

Feed the caffeine-loving mad scientist within, with the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker. Resembling something you might find in a chemistry set, this slightly transparent tower has one mission and one mission only...to brew you a delicious carafe of cold brew concentrate. To begin the process, simply add 10 oz (or 3.5 cups) of your favorite ground coffee. Pour 40 oz of water over the Rainmaker top for full water dispersion. Gently stir and let your concoction "steep" 12 - 24 hours, or overnight. In the morning, simply place the glass carafe under the cold brew tower, flip the Brew-Release Switch and, depending on the size of your grind, allow approximately 20 minutes for your fresh concentrate to fully drain. Use the carafe stopper to easily measure out 2 oz of freshly brewed concentrate and mix hot or cold water or milk to create your favorite drink.

Features and Functionality

  • Fine Reusable Filter: The super fine reusable filter is great for keeping the ground coffee in the brew container and out of your concentrate. Simply unscrew the filter cap to access the stainless steel mesh filter for an easy rinse after each cold brew cycle.
  • Rainmaker: The removable brew container lid features a variety of holes that create a rain-like effect when water is poured over the top to saturate the grounds. This effect allows the grounds to be evenly saturated, while not oversaturating and allowing space for your grounds to bloom.
  • Brew Release Switch: Located front and center of the cold brew stand, keep the Brew Release Switch in an upright position during the steeping process and flip the switch down when you're ready to drain your freshly brewed concentrate.
  • Glass Carafe: The laboratory flask-like borosilicate glass carafe features measurement lines that offer the ability to measure in cups, ounces and milliliters.
  • Carafe Stopper: The glass carafe stopper doubles as a measuring cup for your concentrate. OXO suggests filling the carafe stopper with concentrate up to the measuring line, which is approximately 2 oz. Pour into a glass and dilute with water, milk or ice to create your favorite cold (or hot!) coffee concoction.
Pros
  • Simply Delicious - Tasty cold brew that's practically fool-proof to make! Can you dig it?
  • Storability - When not in use, the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker can be constructed into a compact and portable unit. Flip over the brew stand and place the brew container in the legs of the stand. Place the glass carafe and stopper in the brew container and top it off with the rainmaker.
  • BPA Free - The OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker is proudly BPA free.
Cons
  • Plastic - The plastic used to create the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker is neither aesthetically pleasing, or super durable. However, this cold brew coffee maker will definitely get the job done by producing a smooth and tasty concentrate.
How Does it Compare?

The OXO cold brew coffee maker provides a super simple way to make a generous amount of cold brew concentrate. Possibly one of the simplest cold brew systems we've encountered!

Tips and Tricks

The OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker can also be used to cold brew tea!

Specs

Model Number 1272880
Width 8.25 inches
Depth 7.00 inches
Height 15.00 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 2.7500
Size 40 oz
Material Plastic
Manufacturer OXO

Q&A

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in the 1950s and '60's we got in Brazil a cold coffee system, and I wonder if you could recommend what product comes closest to this?
You put in 1 pound of regular (coarse) grind coffee at least overnight.
This was so concentrated, one shot of coffee would be added to one cup, and you will fill it the rest of the way with hot water. (before microwaves)

This made a VERY smooth cup of coffee. quite good, although at times you would want the texture of regular coffee or espresso, so we did not do it all the time. But of course it was far better than the instant coffee that was the competition, and often as good, although different, than fresh made coffee.

Which of your systems comes closest to this, and matches the one shot per cup ratio? Ideally one no larger than for one pound of coffee.

thanks !
Jay P on Oct 13, 2015
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Best Answer: I'm not familiar with the Brazil that you used to have, but for cold brew coffee that you would let steep overnight, and would get a rather thick/strong concentrate like it sounds like you're looking for, you can look into the Toddy or the Oxo Cold Brew. Both will make that concentrated coffee. The Primula does make cold brew, but the ratios are different, so essentially it makes a cold brewed coffee that doesn't need dilution, and the Hario Cold Brew pot is somewhere in-between. The Toddy and Oxo will both make the right ratio and concentrate that it sounds like you'd like.
Reply · Report · Miranda GStaff on Dec 9, 2015
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Do you know what the liquid yield is for a batch brewed in the OXO cold brew system?
Linda V on Jan 28, 2017
Best Answer: Hi Linda,
Not sure what you mean by "yield" - it depends on how much coffee you put in. OXO says to weigh the grounds first, which I did and derived the cup measurement for subsequent batches from that. The coffee it produces is concentrated, but even after diluting it I determined cold brew consumes about 3x the amount of grounds as using a traditional "hot brew" process. The OXO system worked fine and was easy to clean and the flavor was a little smoother than traditional brewing. But after two batches I concluded the cost was too high. I drink iced coffee most afternoons and make hot brew to put into the fridge. I add brown sugar and maple syrup when it's hot so it's easy to pour and drink. The other issue I had was with Seattle Coffee Co - they don't charge shipping but when you want to return something, in addition to charging a restocking fee, they add in the original shipping cost. So returns cost two shipping charges (out to me and back) and the restocking fee. I just kept the machine and will sell on eBay. Needless to say, I won't buy anything from Seattle Coffee again. Hope this helps.
Eric
Reply · Report · Eric S on Jan 29, 2017
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how much coffee is used to make batch?
A shopper on May 5, 2017
Best Answer: For A full batch it is recommended to use 10 oz. ground coffee with 40 oz. water. This produces approximately 28 oz. concentrated cold brew(a typical serving: 2 oz. concentrated cold brew with 4-6 oz. water/milk plus ice). But you can make smaller batches using the same ratio of coffee to water (4 oz. coffee to 16 oz. water, etc).
Reply · Report · Wesolowski on May 8, 2017
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For brewing, do we place it in the fridge or leave it on the counter?
Milan B on Jul 1, 2015
Best Answer: You can do either, but it tastes best left on the counter
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Aug 7, 2015
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