Picture this: The apocalypse hits. You're without power and constantly running from zombies. You're going to need your coffee to go! And without power, what better time to try it cold? Take your cold brew on the go with Primula's Cold Brew Bottle. This durable borosilicate glass bottle with super-fine stainless steel filter is an excellent addition to the coffee lover's household (or human on the run) that also likes to brew cold! The handy bottle includes a removable neoprene sleeve with easy carry strap that works to keep your freshly brewed coffee colder for longer.
Features & Functionality of the Primula Cold Brew On the Go
- Removable Fine Filter: No coffee grounds will escape the grasp of this stainless steel filter, leaving your cold brew free of sediment. Remove the filter for easy filling and cleaning
- BPA Free: Keep your body free of toxins with this BPA free bottle.
- Removable Neoprene Sleeve: Slide the sleeve on to help keep your cold brew chilly and remove for versatility and easy cleaning.
- Dishwasher Safe: No scrubbing required! Simply place the bottle, cap, base and filter in the dishwasher for an easy clean-up.
|How Does it Compare?||
This single serve on-the-go cold brew bottle is great for those that like to have the cold brew option without needing an entire cold brew system.
|Tips and Tricks||
While this handy bottle specializes in cold brew, the neoprene sleeve makes brewing hot coffee possible. The nifty sleeve protects your delicate digits when brewing hot is a must!
Remove the stainless steel filter from the base of the bottle and this glass bottle transforms into a BPA free water bottle.
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.8500|
|Material||Glass and Stainless Steel|
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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.
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