Hario Cold Water Coffee Dripper

Hario Cold Water Coffee Dripper

Not all coffee drinkers prefer the amped-up taste of Starbucks and the like. The Hario Cold Water Coffee Dripper ($265) uses the cold-drip method — which involves slowly dripping cold water through finely ground beans — to create a full-flavored concentrate that can be used to make hot cups o' joe, iced beverages, or coffee-tinted epicurean delights, without the acidity and bitterness of traditionally-brewed coffee, and without using a single drop of electricity.

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