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Stop Paying for Overpriced Cold Brew and Brew the Perfect Batch at Home

Sick and tired of paying nearly four whole bucks for a grande cold brew at Starbucks? Wishing you could just get that same delicious taste brewed in the comfort of your own kitchen? Us too.

Well, surprise surprise, we’re here to tell you that you can. The incredible Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker brings the uncomplicated functionality of a regular hot coffee maker into an easy-to-use cold-brewed version so you can splurge less and sip more.

akeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker

Producing four servings of your favorite coffee grounds from classic blends like Dunkin’s Original Blend Medium Roast to the unspeakable Devil Mountain Dark Roast, share with the fam or drink a couple cups and go haywire the whole day. Do you, my guy.

The brewing process itself creates a less acidic cold brew coffee than other brands, which is nice for people who struggle with acidity issues. Additionally, the internal fine-mesh coffee liner ensures there will be no grounds in your freshly-brewed pot. Anyone who’s ever tried brewing their own cold brew home already knows that’s a gamechanger.

Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker

The size of the bottle is large enough to store a couple days worth of cold brew and can fit in most refrigerator door shelves, so one large Monday batch can likely last until Friday morning. And get this — if you want to brew your coffee hot one day, the shatterproof, BPA-free Tritan pitcher is strong enough to handle boiling water, so feel free to slurp on that hot cup of joe as you please.

While Takeya suggests you let the brew nurture itself in the fridge for a whole 24-36 hours before drinking, some reviewers on Amazon said they were able to have a tasty, frigid glass in only eight to 12 hours. A little overnight brewage never hurt anybody!

For a completely affordable price of $21.99, if you’re the cold brew everyday type, the amount of money you’ll save in the long run with this thing is incomprehensible. It may even have you coming back for another.