Reddit Reddit reviews Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, 1000 ml, Black

We found 38 Reddit comments about Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, 1000 ml, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, 1000 ml, Black
Brews about 4-4.5 cups of coffeeNo replacement filters needed (wash and re-use)Slender spout for slow, steady and controlled pouring.Dishwasher safeMade with high quality heatproof glass
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38 Reddit comments about Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, 1000 ml, Black:

u/cwcoleman · 15 pointsr/recipes

Yup, I got a cold brew bottle and it makes GREAT coffee. Just pour cold water over a pot's worth of grounds, let it sit for 8 hours, remove grounds, enjoy over ice with milk.

GOLD EDIT: wow - my first - THANKS!

u/udafx · 6 pointsr/Coffee

Hario Mizudashi Cold Brewer is an amazing product for cold brew coffee. well worth the ~$25.

To brew I use 100g coffee for the full 1000ml and let sit in the fridge for 12-18 hours.

u/Cjisohsocool · 5 pointsr/Coffee

Check out the hario mizudashi, it's super simple and the filter is really fine so no sediment

u/xenonsupra · 5 pointsr/Coffee

I like my Hario Mizudashi a lot. Makes about 1000mL per batch. Really easy and delicious. I do a coarse grind, cold bloom, and 36 hours in the fridge. I've done 12/24 hours batches and they are very good too, I just prefer the 36.

u/jackalopexs20 · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Should do a fine job if you grind your beans pretty coarsely. If it didn't, you could always put a coffee filter over the jar and then put the strainer on over that.

Of course, you could skip the Mason jar component completely and get one of these fellas. They're great. But I live in the South where Mason jars flow freely from the mountains, so the jar method has always worked for me.

u/nickbahhh · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I love this thing, fill it up set it down and wait. Then just dump the grounds and give it a quick rinse.

u/Necrofridge · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Hario Iced Coffee Maker? You can be happy you don't have to grind 120gr of coffee by hand.
Incredible cheap and makes pretty good tasting iced coffee. No need to dilute it afterwards or anything. Only downside: You have to fill it every time you use it, otherwise the immersion filter isn't immersed.

u/jessalon · 3 pointsr/keto

Congrats. Dude I used string cheese for snacking. And I'd literally THINK I was hungry and go get a piece of cheese and then I'd bite into it and realize... I'm not really that hungry. And put half of it back.

How bad was your carb flu?

Here's a tip for breakfast. I just use this

To make my coffee over night. I pour it in a nalgene bottle with ice and dump in some heavy whipping cream. I use Kicking Horse's 454 horsepower dark roast. It's amazing.

u/AFlockOfTySegalls · 3 pointsr/nfl

Obviously I don't know how you make your cold brew. But I recently purchased one of these Hario cold brew makers. 80G in, and a 24hr extraction (for me) and it lasts me the week.

No longer do I have to worry about making it every day with my baby french press. I do hate that my Bonavita drip isn't being used right now. But winter might come again.

u/ErantyInt · 2 pointsr/recipes

I do cold brew for my weekend coffee, and it's wonderful. Less acidic, smooth, and rich. I use a Hario 1000ml pot and use a coffee mill to medium grind my beans (~100g). Espresso blends are a good place to start, flavor-wise. Slowly pour filtered cold water over your grounds. Refrigerate for 18-24 hours. Discard the grounds and enjoy.

My typical cold toddy is:

u/bucsfan914 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

For the price, this may be a better option for cold brew at home.

Hario Cold Brew

u/ginzasamba · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

You can totally use a French press/ pitcher/ giant mason jars to make cold brew at home, but I really love my Hario Cold Brewer. Check out the Japanese iced coffee brew method if you want to get fancy.

u/cjeby3 · 2 pointsr/Coffee
u/swroasting · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I have tried quite a few different methods, but not this one. After a quick look at the specs: It's a pretty simple immersion method with a stainless steel mesh filter and a drain/stop lever. Basically, it's a 1L Clever dripper with a stainless mesh filter. I wouldn't pay $50 for it.

Save over half your money and get a 1L Hario Mizudashi or save all of your money, use a mason jar, and pour it through your own filter.

u/kevin_church · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I use the Hario Mizudashi pitcher but you can buy these pretty neat socks from places like HappyMug that are perfect for occasional drinkers of the deep, cold black. As /u/Shoeshiner_boy pointed out, you can just dial back the brewing time to compensate for the smaller grind.

(I'm sure others here can offer up solutions that use cheesecloth or something similar.)


u/gypsywhisperer · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

This cold brew jug. We love coffee, and we pour some in a carafe and we immediately make more.

u/jamie_byron_dean · 2 pointsr/gadgets

Thanks! Folks are ragging on me for not knowing any better, I guess I came off as offensive or something. I was gifted one of these, and wondering if an aeropress would produce a better cup of coffee or not.

A key advantage between these two seems to be the speed component, but you can make a larger batch with what I have (if you are willing to wait 8 hours).

u/BRC_Haus · 2 pointsr/xxketo4u2

THIS is the cold brew pot I bought and loved 4 years ago - it's now at my old office.

I bought something else later that I didn't like as much - then broke that one 2 years ago. While the method I'm using now works like a charm - in part since I have a metal filter very similar to the one they're using here - I wouldn't mind one of these as well one of these days.

u/Plyngntrffc · 2 pointsr/Frugal

I just started making cold brew coffee, which when made is basically a concentrate. It is amazingly strong, and does not have the acid/bitterness of hot brew. I am planning to purchase this cold brew to make things easier for me. I usually make my coffee strong, 1oz coffee to 1/2 oz water or milk with a dash of cream and sugar.

u/chthonist · 1 pointr/Coffee

It definitely looks to be a V60 + carafe + ice container as you say. Hario also makes a similar cold-brew pitcher that I recommend if you'd like to try that method.

u/testdex · 1 pointr/Coffee

Are these not available stateside?

It's just a Hario pitcher with a nice filter, but it makes pretty darn good iced coffee from cold water. (I'd guess it's lower caffeine as well, which may be a good thing in summer, or not.)

u/lostPixels · 1 pointr/Coffee

I recommend this thing. Way cheaper than the Toddy and consistently makes amazing cold brew:

u/Klein_TK · 1 pointr/Coffee

Theres a specific pitcher/filter combo you can get in order to make cold brew. I have one, but ill have to go find it before I can give you a specific brand name or something. You just put the grinds in the filter, pour filtered water in the pitcher, and let it extract overnight in the fridge. Be sure to allow at least 12 hrs of time for the water to extract the coffee.

EDIT: This is what I have Anything similar will have the capabilities of making some good cold brew.

u/mikesam37 · 1 pointr/Coffee

I just use this and have no complaints.


u/PandorNZ · 1 pointr/newzealand

Espresoo Workshop in Britomart does a pretty great cold brew - was up there recently from Christchurch (where our options are pretty much brew-your-own) and was very impressed. I'd recommend you give them a go if you're in the CBD.

In terms of devices - I haven't heard of the Bruer but we use the Hario brew pot and it does the trick, was cheap(ish) to ship to NZ as well...

u/abdaw · 1 pointr/Coffee

Easiest way is to get one of these babies:

there is absolutely no hassle with filtering and its fast, clean and tidy

u/SH4D0WS1N · 1 pointr/cafe

What about something like ?

And honestly if I can get a cheap version of a blended drink without tasting much if any coffee I'd be happy. Or at least the bitter stuff I associate with black coffee.

What if I used Xanthan Gum instead of a frappe powder and solely used my own ingredients for the rest of it?

u/Spammage · 1 pointr/crossfit

No idea what this has to do with CrossFit, but I much prefer Cold Brewing coffee anyway. I've got a Cold Brew jug that makes awesome coffee.

u/Hashtagburn · 1 pointr/Coffee

I have the Hario Mizudashi and I love it! Recipe is pretty simple too, I just add 80g of coffee and brew. Once I remove the filter basket with grounds, I just add water until I hit the black plastic to dilute and it's drinking strength (roughly 1:2 water:concentrate).

u/cocquyt · 1 pointr/Aquariums

I have one of these that broke so I'm using the filter from it.

u/sappyscurry · 1 pointr/Coffee

Just curious: what's the real difference between the Filtron and the Hario cold-brew pitcher that I can frequently for half the price? I've been using the Hario pitcher for the last couple of years and have been really happy with the product, but if Filtron does it better, I'll wanna give it a whirl.

u/puredemo · 1 pointr/Fitness
u/mastersalmon · 1 pointr/Coffee

Doing a cold brew with a Hario Cold Brew Pot using beans from Caffe D'arte (Seattle). I picked up their Parioli Expresso Blend and so far it makes one smooth cup of iced coffee.

u/BostonBrahmin · 1 pointr/The_Donald

Nope, never tried cold brews. Prefer having it hot. What equipment do you use ? coffee makers like these ?