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HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags 60 Count Disposable Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate/Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher, 6 x 10 Inches

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  • Medium coarse grind recommended for coffee beans
  • Steep ground coffee beans in cold brew filter in water for 12-15 hours
  • Remove filter to leave cold brew concentrate
  • Cold brew concentrate can be stored in refrigerator for up to a week
  • Serve cold brew concentrate over ice, water, milk, or creamer
  • Coffee grounds not included
  • Package dimensions: 9.72 x 6.65 x 2.56 inches
  • Item weight: 6.3 ounces
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    Buying Guide for HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags

    Overview:

    If you’re looking to enjoy the convenience of making cold brew coffee at home, the HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags provide an easy and efficient brewing solution. Here’s how you can select the right product to suit your needs:

    Quantity:

    The HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags come in a 60-count pack, offering plenty of brewing options. Consider how frequently you consume cold brew coffee and choose the appropriate quantity to ensure you always have bags on hand.

    Compatibility:

    These disposable fine mesh brewing bags are designed for use with concentrate/iced coffee makers, French presses, and cold press kits. Check the compatibility of the bags with your brewing equipment to ensure a seamless brewing experience.

    Size and Dimensions:

    The HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags measure 6 x 10 inches, making them suitable for use in mason jars or pitchers. Confirm that the size of the bags fits well with the containers you intend to use for brewing to avoid any spillage or inconvenience.

    Material and Quality:

    Ensure that the brewing bags are made of high-quality, food-grade material such as fine mesh to prevent any coffee grounds from seeping through during the brewing process. Look for durable and reliable construction to make the most of your brewing experience.

    Usage Instructions:

    Review the provided tips for making cold brew coffee using the HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags. Familiarize yourself with the recommended brewing process and storage instructions to achieve the best results and prolong the freshness of your cold brew concentrate.

    Package Contents:

    Check the package dimensions and item weight to ensure that the quantity and size of the coffee bags meet your requirements. Verify the date first available to gauge the product’s freshness and availability.

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    Specification: HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags 60 Count Disposable Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate/Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher, 6 x 10 Inches

    Package Dimensions

    9.72 x 6.65 x 2.56 inches

    Item Weight

    6.3 ounces

    Date First Available

    August 29, 2022

    8 reviews for HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags 60 Count Disposable Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate/Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher, 6 x 10 Inches

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    1. ROB D

      Perfect for the tub teas I’m making as gifts. Nothing leaks out even when I hold upside down
      It’s just unfortunate that 2 weeks after buying them the 1st time the price has now almost doubled 🙁

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    2. Truly

      These are amazing! I wanted to start doing cold brew coffee last spring. So many people said just put your grounds in the jar & fill with water; then when it has finished brewing, “just filter out the grounds!” That was the biggest joke! I tried everything & not only was it time consuming & messy, I never felt like I got it well strained. I was ready to give up on cold brew until I came across these (hear the angels singing in the background? Uh yeah, me neither…)

      Anyway, as soon as I got them I was impressed with the quality – these aren’t anything like a coffee filter or even a couple layered, this is quality! I will admit, I had a little trouble trying to figure out how to fill it without making a mess or having it fall over – here’s where I got “crafty”…
      I’m including a pic, but basically I grabbed an empty Powerade bottle, cut off the bottom so it was open and used it as a support for the bag. Put a funnel in the top & it is super fast, easy and just simple! I also used someone else’s review idea and when I grind up my beans, I do enough for 3-4 bags or so & put the extras in a freezer bag in the freezer. I also wrap the strings tightly around the top in opposite directions and tie them together just to make sure there’s no opening for grounds to come out because I submerge the entire bag (if you try to keep the strings hanging out, they’ll probably drip). I’ve never had any grounds end up in my cold brew.

      My biggest praise is how durable these are! Yes, I know I already said that, but the reason it’s so important to me is that when I take out the bag, I squeeze every last bit of coffee goodness I can get out of it and not once has the bag broken open or has a seam torn!

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    3. Geoff

      I got these thinking they would be good for cold brew coffee. I’m smart because they are better than good they are great. They are thin light weight , but hold the ground coffee great , porous with string to tighten them closed. They work wonderfully. I love them. I use them as a one time use thing, but they are strong enuf to be rinsed and reused I’m sure. But if you do that don’t use any cleaner or soap as that would be transferred to your drying or food. If I were to reuse them I would clean them like I do my cheese cloth, I would rinse under warm running water until all particles are out then boil in clean bottled watch for 3 min before hanging them to air dry. Only then can I be sure they’re sanitary and good to reuse.

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    4. Truly

      First I used them for the Cold Brew Coffee Maker that I bought them with and for. I like using pre-ground Dunkin Original Blend coffee and in my previous Cold Brewer, (it was too small), using just the fine mesh filter with that coffee allowed some sludge to get into the liquid. I’m guessing that the grind was too fine for the fine mesh filter.
      Upgrading too a 1 gallon Cold Brewer, I thought of the coffee bags they had at some motels on a recent trip.
      Like tea bags but with coffee in them. I search for that and found these fill them yourself bags. I use about 2 cups of ground coffee, (same kind), for 1 gallon of cold brew. Each of these holds about 1 cup.
      Perfect. Fill three. Tie them off with the draw-string closure. Place those inside the fine mesh filter let it steep in the refrigerator and done. Awesome cold brew. With no sludge. Added bonus? Pull the three bags out of the fine mesh filter and dispose of them and rinse your fine mesh filter. No more loose grounds going down the sink drain while trying to get them all out of the fine mesh tube. Forget about all that mess. These bags are durable.
      Recently, I tried boiling pasta in them. They stand up to twelve minutes of rolling boil with no problem.
      Thing was, I found myself without a drainer and wondered how I would drain the pasta after I cook it. I thought of these. When the pasta is done pull the bag out using the convenient draw-strings closure, (over the sink, of course), give it a few shakes and it’s drained. Also, the pasta does not stick to the pan.
      I really like the way all different shapes of pasta come out using these. I have not tried any long pastas. You’d have to break them to fit, but shells, ziti, spirals, twists, tubes, etc. All good.
      Hope that helps.

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    5. Raxcats

      Does what they need to do. Make tons of cold brew every week. Put about 3 of these for 1 gallon of room temp water and keep in fridge. Perfect and affordable for me. Just pull the string tight when tying so grounds don’t float out.

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    6. dan cope

      Ok, so I bought these but didn’t even use them for the first couple days because I was so skeptical. I thought they wouldn’t work or that the coffee would taste horrible. Plus I really didn’t want to use an entire cup of coffee in the bags because it sounded like such a waste to me.

      Well, let me tell you…. I used normal Dunkin ground coffee that I already had sitting around, put it in one of the bags (reminded myself to buy a funnel or something like that later because the bags have such a small opening), filled my pitcher up with water and put it in the fridge and viola, the next morning I had the best damn iced coffee ever!

      I am dead serious when I say it’s been 5 days and I haven’t been to a coffee shop at all. Now that may not seem like a big thing, but I’ve been hooked on coffee and buying it from either Starbucks or Dunkin since about 2002. EVERY. DAY. That’s no exaggeration and I honestly can’t believe I like this cold brew like this. I usually get “fancier” drinks than just cold brews, but this is hitting the spot, and I can always buy things to make it even better, but I don’t think I have to right now. As for using an entire cup to make it, well, my first pitcher has lasted about 5 days so far so I really don’t think it’s a waste anymore.

      Anyway, to make a long review short, this little baggie system is really easy and tastes really great! You can make it as strong or as weak as you want by taking the bag out early(12 hrs) or later (24 hrs). Oh, and don’t forget to stir it! Other than that, I highly recommend this!!

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    7. Katherine M.

      These are easy to tie and dispose of. To get a cup of grounds in requires compressing them with a spoon (non-compressed I think it holds about 3/4 cup of grounds), and I did hear one filter bag start to rip open when I packed it too hard, but it didn’t actually split and having learned that lesson, I have no issues using them. I’d definitely recommend these.

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    8. Elle

      Good coffee, easier to use than some other products

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      HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags 60 Count Disposable Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate/Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher, 6 x 10 Inches
      HOMYHEE Cold Brew Coffee Bags 60 Count Disposable Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate/Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher, 6 x 10 Inches

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