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YAHOO! LIFESTYLE: These Highly Rated Cold Brew Coffee Makers Will Save You So Much Money This Summer

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If you're a millennial, chances are you've been lectured by someone about how making coffee at home will save you money. In the summertime, however, this "easy way to save money" seems a little bit harder. For some reason, making cold brew just doesn't feel as simple as brewing up a pot of hot coffee, but with the right appliances, it can be.

Ahead, we've compiled the highest-rated cold brew coffee makers available on Amazon and Target.com. Some are appliances are not unlike a regular coffee maker and others are specially-designed containers that make steeping cold brew a breeze. They also range in price from under $20 to over $175. Each one, however, will make brewing your own cold coffee easy, so you won't have to feel guilty about splurging on iced coffee this summer.

Takeya 10310 Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker

4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon with 2,664 customer reviews

"Make great cold brew coffee for less"
"I purchased this to make cold brew coffee at the office. My coworkers and I were going to the local siren at least 3-4 times a week for our afternoon pick-me-up. It was starting to become a serious drain financially. We all chipped in to get this pitcher and take turns buying beans. Get them ground for a French press, or super coarse, and you'll have a pretty good replica. The instructions for making cold brew are pretty easy. Of course you'll get some micro grinds that will make its way through the filter but that's to be expected. If you're OCD about it, you could pour it through a strainer or paper filter. Or just let it settle and pour gently. We've seriously cut down our caffeine expenditures by 50-75%. Now, if we could figure out a way to order out less :)" — DT

 

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