BuzzFeedIt comes with a removable filter for easy brewing (it works best with a coarser, French press–style grind).
A little less than when I initially bought it, as there’s less call for cold brew in the winter, but it still gets some use.
I generally prefer glass to plastic in my kitchen, but the body of it seems to have held up well despite extensive and extended use.
I certainly recommend it if you’re looking tired of making cold brew at home with the mason jar method, but still don’t want to spill the cash for a fancier-than-necessary alternative.”
Check out my full review of the Tayeka cold brew maker for all the deets.

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