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[Costco] cuisinart cold brew coffee marker $29.97

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[Costco] cuisinart cold brew coffee marker $29.97

[costco] cuisinart cold brew coffee marker $29.97

Not sure how it works. The base keep coffee cold?
And the coffee basket look like can not remove itself


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Update: Feed back form RFer you could use this which is $4 in Dollarama
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Last edited by battlezone on Aug 16th, 2019 7:49 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Looks like good deal if local Costco has it. Which Costco was this from? I'll go check my local one today. Looks like it spins the coffee to speed up the extraction.

From Amazon:
"Cuisinart introduces a new way to make authentic cold brew Coffee - in as little as 25 minutes! like traditional cold brewers, the automatic cold brew coffeemaker saturates Coffee grounds in cool water, never exposing them to the high temperatures that release oils which can create an acidic taste. Unique spin technology circulates Coffee through water for total flavor extraction in a fraction of the time manual brewers require. Results are naturally smoother and sweeter! three flavor strength options provide a customized Coffee experience unique to cold brew, and Coffee can be refrigerated in the 7-cup glass carafe for up to two weeks. The carafe and all removable parts are dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleanup. Features: Makes ready-to-drink cold brew coffee in as little as 25 minutes; 7 cup glass carafe with removable stainless steel filter lid; Strength selector for mild (25 min) medium (35 min) and bold (45 min); Coffee release lever with indicator light; Glass carafe can be used to store coffee in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks; All removable parts are dishwasher safe"
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The "cold brew" that comes out of this machine is worse the coffee from Timmies.

A half decent cold brew outside of a coffee shop takes about 24 hours. Speeding up the process only ruins the taste and quality of the brew.

To whomsoever wants to make one at home, it would be better to buy the Asobu (Item#: 12638925) one which is available for $19.97 @ Costco.
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battlezone wrote:
Aug 16th, 2019 1:26 pm
From ottawa costco
Good brand, price look good to me. Only $30
More down vote, should I delete?
Don't worry about the downvotes mate. Some people might actually prefer this because of the speed of the brew, even though they might be better off with a hot brew.
Take an upvote from me anyway.
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thanks OP. going to check my local costco
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Looks interesting enough to me, keep the post.
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You can just make good cold brew in a french press. They are like 3-4$ at dollarama. Add ground coffee and fresh water, let sit over night in the fridge. Press down in the AM. Good cold brew.
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Maybe it is a good deal for the product. But I feel you don’t need a machine for cold brew. Just a big jar in a fridge overnight.

So cold deal and not as cold as my home made cold brew coffee
One punch, ouch man
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michelangelo88 wrote:
Aug 16th, 2019 1:22 pm
The "cold brew" that comes out of this machine is worse the coffee from Timmies.

A half decent cold brew outside of a coffee shop takes about 24 hours. Speeding up the process only ruins the taste and quality of the brew.

To whomsoever wants to make one at home, it would be better to buy the Asobu (Item#: 12638925) one which is available for $19.97 @ Costco.
I bought this last week and am loving it, I just wish it could make more at once.
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Thanks for sharing, will try making it in a French press.
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battlezone wrote:
Aug 16th, 2019 1:26 pm
From ottawa costco
Good brand, price look good to me. Only $30
More down vote, should I delete?


Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker
https://www.costco.ca/Asobu-Cold-Brew-C ... 96643.html
For $5 more getting a carafe that keeps things cold... makes way more sense. My version of cold brew is 4 parts water, one part coffee grounds into a Mason jar. Next day.... bam. Cold brew. Also do some research as cold brew is best with particular grinds.

In all reality, I have no clue how any of this makes sense as a purchase. Isnt it just a metal filter and a glass carafe?
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SamG852 wrote:
Aug 16th, 2019 2:41 pm
For $5 more getting a carafe that keeps things cold... makes way more sense. My version of cold brew is 4 parts water, one part coffee grounds into a Mason jar. Next day.... bam. Cold brew. Also do some research as cold brew is best with particular grinds.

In all reality, I have no clue how any of this makes sense as a purchase. Isnt it just a metal filter and a glass carafe?
Yes. Buying one of these is slightly more convenient than a DIY method in a mason jar, but results are virtually the same in my experience. Like another poster mentioned, using a french press will do. The Asobu is a better buy because of the insulated carafe.
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