✓ Perfect cold brew
Extremely fine mesh + a tight closing drawstring closure means your grounds stay in the filter and do not spill into your concentrate, resulting in no sludge cold brew.
Our bags hold up even after a long soak. So, when pulling them out of a fresh brew, they won’t rip and spill grounds. Then, right into the trash or compost for a no-mess cold brew experience.
✓ SIZED FOR HOME USE
Sized to work with mason jars and other similar brewing vessels for making cold brew at home. One brewed bag will net upwards of 30oz of cold brew concentrate. (4″ x 6″)
Jen / Amazon.com
There CAN NOT be an easier way to make Cold Brew at home. We tried the filter method and the french press and no matter what we did, we spent a ton of time and had grounds going down the drain to our septic tank. Figured there had to be a better way, then discovered these. Just fill the bag up, throw in a half gallon container, wait 24 hours, pull bag and throw away (or compost it) and you have fantastic cold brew. These things are a game changer. Also tried making iced tea with them, and it worked great there as well. You will not be unhappy if you get these, they are that good.
Here's How Easy it is:
1.) FILL WITH GROUNDS
Simply fill a brewing bag (made from natural, compostable fiber) with 1 cup of your favorite grounds.
(grounds not included)
2.) CLOSE & POUR
Secure the top of the bag by tightening the drawstring, then place in mason jar or pitcher and fill with water. Recommended 32oz water per 1 cup of coffee grounds.
3.) SOAK FOR 24 HOURS
While brewing, make sure the drawstring is hanging out of the closed lid to keep grounds from escaping. Soak for 24 hours or until brewed to your liking.
Once fully brewed, dispose of the brewing bag in your trash or compost. Then enjoy delicious cold brew (for a fraction of the price of store bought). Drink it straight or with cream or almond milk.