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Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker – 2 L Iced Tea & Coffee Cold Brew Maker – Glass Pitcher w/Stainless Steel Spout and Removable Filter

Original price was: $19.99.Current price is: $16.99.

  • Brews up to 12 cups of cold brew coffee
  • Allows for easy storage and serving direct from the fridge
  • Forms an airtight seal to preserve coffee for up to two weeks
  • Comes with a fine mesh filter to prevent grounds or residue in drink
  • Makes a thoughtful gift for coffee lovers
  • Removable tank for easy cleaning
  • Reusable filter
  • Manual operation mode
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Original price was: $19.99.Current price is: $16.99.

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Cold Brew Coffee Maker Buying Guide

Why Choose the Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker?

The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker is a top-notch choice for those who want to enjoy the perfect cup of cold brew coffee or iced tea. With its 2L capacity, durable glass pitcher, stainless steel spout, and removable filter, this coffee maker offers convenience and quality all in one package.

Factors to Consider

1. Capacity

Determine how much cold brew coffee or iced tea you typically consume to select the appropriate size. The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker offers a spacious 2L capacity, allowing you to make up to 12 cups of your favorite beverage at a time.

2. Design and Durability

Consider the materials used and the overall build quality. The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker features a sturdy glass pitcher with a stainless steel spout, ensuring durability and easy pouring. Its mason jar design adds a stylish touch to your kitchen.

3. Filtration System

Look for a cold brew coffee maker with a reliable filtration system. The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker comes with a removable fine mesh filter that prevents coffee grounds or residue from getting into your drink. This filter is made of food-grade stainless steel, ensuring long-lasting performance and easy cleaning.

4. Ease of Use and Cleaning

Ensure that the coffee maker is user-friendly and easy to clean. The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker is designed for hassle-free operation. Its removable tank allows for convenient filling and cleaning, while the airtight seal ensures your brewed coffee stays fresh for up to two weeks.

5. Brand Reputation

Consider the brand’s reputation for producing high-quality coffee makers. Willow & Everett has gained a positive reputation for creating innovative and durable kitchen products, making their cold brew coffee maker a reliable choice for coffee enthusiasts.

How to Use the Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker

  1. Fill the pitcher with your preferred amount of coffee grounds and water.
  2. Place the filter into the base of the pitcher.
  3. Securely screw on the lid to form an airtight seal.
  4. Let the coffee steep for at least 12 hours or overnight for optimal flavor extraction.
  5. After steeping, remove the filter and discard the used coffee grounds.
  6. Store the pitcher in the refrigerator or serve directly from the fridge using the stainless-steel spout.
  7. Enjoy your delicious and refreshing cold brew coffee or iced tea!

Conclusion

The Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker is an excellent choice for anyone seeking a top-quality, user-friendly, and stylish cold brew coffee maker. With its large capacity, durable construction, and efficient filtration system, you can enjoy the perfect cup of cold brew coffee or iced tea with ease. Invest in this coffee maker and elevate your brewing experience today!

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Specification: Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker – 2 L Iced Tea & Coffee Cold Brew Maker – Glass Pitcher w/Stainless Steel Spout and Removable Filter

Brand

Willow & Everett

Color

Product Dimensions

7"D x 7"W x 10"H

Special Feature

Removable Tank

Coffee Maker Type

Coffee Infuser

Filter Type

Reusable

Specific Uses For Product

Cold Brew

Included Components

Filter

Operation Mode

Manual

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Item Weight

2.66 pounds

Manufacturer

Pavlysh

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

April 12, 2018

11 reviews for Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker – 2 L Iced Tea & Coffee Cold Brew Maker – Glass Pitcher w/Stainless Steel Spout and Removable Filter

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  1. Laurel Bide

    I’ve been using this thing for about 8 months now. It hasn’t broken or shown any major issues.
    A couple worry my, though:
    – The metal bits smell like they’re rusting. This would be a problem because I don’t want rust in my coffee. It’s been 8 months… no visible rust, yet. It’s kind of weird and a tiny bit worrying.
    – The screen strainer does not feel very sturdy at all. I’ve seen in at least one other comment that the screen strainer broke, I believe it. Mine has not broken, fortunately. I’ve been EXTREMELY gentle with it.
    – The nozzle is prone to leaking and dripping. There are a couple things I do to fix this problem. 1. Every time I clean it, I tighten the nozzle’s nut inside the jar. This can be done by hand. 2. When I finish getting coffee from the nozzle, I gently bump my mug against the bottom of the nozzle to coax any residual coffee into my mug so it doesn’t drip. 3. Additionally, when I finish getting coffee and I rotate the nozzle clockwise (this direction keeps the nut tight so it doesn’t leak) upward to prevent coffee from further dripping.

    All-in-all, I feel I’ve gotten my money’s worth and even after the screen strainer breaks, I can still definitely use this lovely jar for *cold* (don’t put anything hot in this thing) coffee.

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  2. poison pen

    This is a well designed and built cold brew jug, far superior to the sun tea jugs with the plastic spigots that often don’t last the summer before they start leaking. Besides from having a fine mesh screen for the coffee to brew in, it also has a small screen for the spigot, so you don’t have to consult any loose grounds. Now I will tell you about my first time experience with making iced coffee:
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it.
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it.
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it.
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it.
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it. Now I will tell you about my first ever time of brewing iced coffee:
    I started a cold brew yesterday afternoon and removed the grounds this morning. Unfortunately, as usual it was operator error (isn’t it always) because I used about 5 cups of 13 grind Columbian, a really mellow medium roast. Any way, course grind on my OXO burr grinder is from 11to15, so I split the difference at 13. Normally I believe it is a mortal sin to put sugar in coffee, but it was too bitter to drink otherwise. Next time I will lessen the brewing time from 20 to 12, per instructions, grind at 11, and use only 3 cups of ground coffee. I know it may take 2-3 batches before I hit the right combination(I know it did when I switched to the burr grinder) and will not have to adulterate great coffees with sugar. Since I am not supposed to drink sun tea all summer, due to kidney stones, culminating in a surgery, I will stick to my morning coffee and not have to sweat as I drink it.

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  3. Me

    Very nice works great love the handle

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  4. Taylor Reiblich

    I like the product. The filter started having problems after a few months. I always knew I’d have to replace it. Now the bottom of the filter has fallen off so I search for a replacement of their “custom designed filter” and of course they don’t sell them. Why would I buy the same product for one part? That’s wasteful.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    Pretty good for making iced coffee. Use quite a bit of ground coffee but is quite concentrated so adding lots of milk makes it last.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    I’m very happy with the maker, but there’s mold on the lid, even though it was wrapped, and it’s not coming off even with strong mold spray. What is this stuff?

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  7. 💗V

    Leicht anzuwenden, hält was er verspricht

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Decided to write this review, hoping to offset some of the negative reviews in here. I bought this in April, 2019 and am a hard core coffee drinker. The filter is wire mesh and will bend if you are not careful — mesh people. The knob is the screwing time so at every fill you make sure it is good to go. You also do not carry it around by the lid, duh! It has a wide mouth top, so using the right tools it is very easy to clean. I can literally stick my whole hand in if needed, although I prefer a long kitchen brush, which can also be used, carefully, with the mesh strainer. I do not put this in the dishwasher, although I could, but I only have one and it is always full of coffee and waiting for the dishwasher to finish would literally put me into coffee withdrawals. 🙂 So, that addresses some of the negative comments from not so brilliant colored crayons in this box.
    The device does exactly what it says, will brew exactly what you want it to based upon the ratio of coffee placed in it and length of time left to brew. Not super hard core science here. Summary: Easy to clean, be careful with the mesh filter and it will last a long time, don’t carry by the lid and it won’t crash to the floor, clean it with standard kitchen tools.

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  9. Amazon Customer

    Makes a good cold brew. My only complaint is the tap let’s out a small amount so it takes a while to fill a cup. Obviously it gets slower the less cold brew there is in the jar.

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  10. Angela Döme

    Mein Bruder hat es zu Weihnachten bekommen. Er macht darin seinen Cold Brew Kaffee (?).
    Ich habe keine Ahnung davon, aber er ist super zufrieden. Der Hahn tropft nicht und die Füllmenge ist für ihn optimal.
    Gerne wieder.

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  11. Jonathan Helton

    Jar is nice in quality, though the spicket was a little loose on mine. Been using almost weekly for nearly a year. It’s very efficient, especially if you pour the finished coffees into other large mason jars so you can brew more as needed. My one gripe is that the filter is a little fragile. I wish I could find someone to contact about replacing it since mine has lost adhesion at the base for about an inch, making it possible for grounds to get into the jar, though they rarely do.

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