KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker £84.78 at Amazon US
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KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker £84.78 at Amazon US

£84.78£116.1027%Amazon US Deals
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Found 9th MayEdited by:"danj303"
KitchenAid KCM4212SX Cold Brew Coffee Maker. Makes awesome tasting cold brew coffee (very different to hot coffee gone cold) and looks great in the fridge. Great for summer.

These sell for around £130 locally but if you buy from Amazon US and get it shipped, total cost is $115.20 including all postage and import charges. Did exactly this myself and it arrived within a week.

Plenty of recipe ideas online for once you've made a batch:
redbookmag.com/foo…es/
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I'm no expert, but why wold you need such a fancy machine for cold coffee? Can't you just brew a regular cup and stick it in the fridge or does it brew a different way using a cold brew process (other than temperature of course)?
Would it run properly in the UK without needing a power inverter?
escortboy5 m ago

Would it run properly in the UK without needing a power inverter?



Can't tell if you're being serious or not!
It is now power nessesary
Rob_130412 m ago

I'm no expert, but why wold you need such a fancy machine for cold coffee? …I'm no expert, but why wold you need such a fancy machine for cold coffee? Can't you just brew a regular cup and stick it in the fridge or does it brew a different way using a cold brew process (other than temperature of course)?


I can't see why you'd need this either. I make cold brew in a cafetiere. The process is simple, fill with cold water instead of hot, leave it for 12 hours at room temp or in the fridge, plunge, pour. Simple.

The reason for cold brew is it makes a slightly sweeter coffee which is actually quite pleasent to drink cold, unlike regular hot coffee gone cold...
Edited by: "Syanideuk" 9th May
All you really need is a container and patience. I've been making my old cold brew for a year or so now. Yes I grind my own beans (£40 grinder) but otherwise all I bought is a Hario jug with mesh filter on Amazon for about £15 to easily store it in the fridge.

£85 is ridiculously expensive for this!
Syanideuk21 m ago

I can't see why you'd need this either. I make cold brew in a cafetiere. …I can't see why you'd need this either. I make cold brew in a cafetiere. The process is simple, fill with cold water instead of hot, leave it for 12 hours at room temp or in the fridge, plunge, pour. Simple. The reason for cold brew is it makes a slightly sweeter coffee which is actually quite pleasent to drink cold, unlike regular hot coffee gone cold...


Thanks, if it's that simple I might just have a crack at it myself. Been curious to try it for a while now but couldn't get past how unpleasant normal-coffee-gone-cold tastes. If it's actually a little sweeter, it sounds intriguing.
Why would you pay nearly £90 for this? You can get a coldbrew flask for under £20.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
Fatal.Exception3 m ago

Why would you pay nearly £90 for this? You can get a coldbrew flask for …Why would you pay nearly £90 for this? You can get a coldbrew flask for under £20. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I7JKAQ0/ref=asc_df_B00I7JKAQ052363253/?tag=googshopuk-21&creative=22110&creativeASIN=B00I7JKAQ0&linkCode=df0&hvadid=256091371869&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=12338198880620964819&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045537&hvtargid=pla-315174620071&th=1&psc=1


cos it's a kitchenaid
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Ok yes its more expensive than buying a glass jar and some muslin cloth. But then again, a Ferrari is more expensive than a Honda... These are £130 RRP and the cheapest in the UK is around £115

You're paying for
- The brand
- The convenience of having a fridge stored device with a tap to pour the cold brew from.
Edited by: "danj303" 9th May
+1 for Hario. Of course taste varies with the coffee, but deffo less acidity. Dilute brew with cold water to taste
Rob_130419 h, 56 m ago

Thanks, if it's that simple I might just have a crack at it myself. Been …Thanks, if it's that simple I might just have a crack at it myself. Been curious to try it for a while now but couldn't get past how unpleasant normal-coffee-gone-cold tastes. If it's actually a little sweeter, it sounds intriguing.


It's not technically any sweeter, it is just less acidic and less bitter. Cold brew is really nice to drink black which I never normally do.
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