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Cold Brew Coffee Maker

Ice coffee and cold coffee are both chilled versions of coffee, but they are prepared differently and can have distinct characteristics. Here are the main differences between the two:

  1. Brewing method:

    • Ice coffee: Ice coffee is typically made by brewing hot coffee using various methods like drip brewing, French press, or espresso, and then cooling it down by pouring it over ice.
    • Cold coffee: Cold coffee, also known as cold brew or iced coffee, is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold or room temperature water for an extended period, usually 12 to 24 hours, to extract the flavor slowly. The resulting concentrate is then diluted with water or milk before serving.
  2. Brewing time:

    • Ice coffee: Ice coffee is made relatively quickly by brewing hot coffee and immediately cooling it down with ice. The brewing process is similar to hot coffee, but the cooling step is added.
    • Cold coffee: Cold coffee requires a longer brewing time due to the steeping process. The coffee grounds are left to infuse in cold water for several hours, resulting in a smoother, less acidic flavor profile.
  3. Flavor and strength:

    • Ice coffee: Ice coffee retains some of the characteristics of hot brewed coffee, including its bold flavor and acidity. The quick cooling process preserves the original taste, although it may become slightly diluted as the ice melts.
    • Cold coffee: Cold coffee has a milder flavor compared to ice coffee because of the slow extraction process. It tends to be less acidic and has a smoother, less bitter taste. Cold brew is often described as having chocolatey, nutty, or caramel notes.
  4. Temperature and texture:

    • Ice coffee: Ice coffee is served over ice, which cools it down quickly. It is generally enjoyed cold and has a refreshing and crisp feel.
    • Cold coffee: Cold coffee is typically served chilled, but without ice. It has a smoother texture and a less pronounced cooling effect than ice coffee.
  5. Preparation variations:

    • Ice coffee: Ice coffee is versatile and can be prepared with various coffee brewing methods and flavors. Syrups, milk, cream, or sweeteners can be added according to personal preference.
    • Cold coffee: Cold coffee, especially cold brew, is often consumed as a concentrate that is diluted with water, milk, or ice. It can be customized with milk, cream, or sweeteners as well.

Ultimately, the main difference lies in the brewing method and resulting flavor profile. Ice coffee is made by brewing hot coffee and cooling it down with ice, while cold coffee involves a longer steeping process in cold water. Ice coffee retains more of the original coffee flavor, while cold coffee has a smoother and less acidic taste.

Product information:
Material: high borosilicate heat-resistant glass
Style: European style
Color: Cold brew coffee maker
Capacity: 400ml
Can withstand temperature difference: -20ᄚ~130ᄚC
1. Water flow control valve: the water flow speed can be adjusted, which can be precisely adjusted to 6-8 drops in 10 seconds;
2. 1-4 serving powder container: high borosilicate glass material, food grade material, safe and secure;
3. Heat-resistant glass bottom pot: using high borosilicate heat-resistant glass, high-transparency pot body with scales, heat-resistant and explosion-proof;

Size Information:
10cm in diameter, 25.5cm in height

Glass coffee pot x1



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