KitchenAid’s Cold Brew Pot Lets You Keep Iced Coffee On Tap For Days


There are many ways to make iced coffee at home, whether you want just a single serving or a generous supply. The KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker counts among the latter, all while making the process easy and dead simple for even the most impatient coffee drinkers.

Unlike other cold brew contraptions, there isn’t any complication involved here. Just dump some grounds on the designated section, pour water on the main compartment, and leave it to steep while chilling in the fridge. You’ll still have to leave it in overnight to make sure the caffeine is properly extracted, but you can just press on the spigot to draw up a hit first thing in the morning.


The KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker measures 6.9 x 7 x 8 inches (height x width x depth), with enough room inside to make up to 28 ounces of coffee concentrate that can stay fresh in the fridge for up to two weeks. Mixed with milk, ice, or water, that should be enough to get you up to 14 servings of cold, caffeinated beverages, so a single preparation can keep you adequately-stocked for up to several days (unless, of course, your household drinks coffee like water).


It has a main compartment cut in glass, so you can see how thick the brew is with a single glance, with a solid construction that ensures it can preserve taste. Features include a stainless steel tap, fill level indicators to remove any guesswork, and a weight of 6.5 pounds.

Available now, the KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker is priced at $154.

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