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Hario Mizudashi Cold Brewer

$22.00
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In Japanese, Mizudashi means "water soup". Not the most elegant name for this sleek-looking cold brewer. So we call it Oishi tsumetai kohi (delicious cold coffee), although it could also be used for iced tea. We've been using this beautiful contraption since the snow melted. All you do is add some tasty, medium-ground coffee to the mesh filter, fill with cold water, and leave it in the fridge for a few hours or overnight. The result? Smooth, syrupy sweet light coffee for you to pour, and run out the door. One taste, and you'll be as hooked as we are. We might not even put it back in the cupboard when winter comes. 

  • Capacity: 1 Litre (Brewed Volume)
  • Height: 29.4cm
  • Width: 9.4cm
  • Heatproof Glass
  • Polypropylene Filter Holder, Lid and Handle Band
  • Polyester Filter
  • Silicone Rubber Bushing
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Made in Japan

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