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Cold brew coffee is getting a lot of buzz  and keeping a lot of people buzzed lately because enthusiasts swear by its low-acidic smooth flavor. Once only found at specialty coffee shops, even Starbucks now offers it on their menu. But if you've got the right tools in your hands, you can make it yourself.

The Iwaki Water Drip Cold Brew Coffee Maker is a modern design coffee and tea brewer. Coffee aficionados have sung high praises for it's performance and price, and at the popular request of the community, Grouphunt is bringing in the Iwaki Water Drip Cold Brew Coffee Maker that's not yet available locally. Join the hunt and rope in your fellow coffee addicts!

The Iwaki couldn't be simpler to use - you don't even have to worry about the water drip time. Just put your finely grounded coffee into the tank beaker, and add ice water to the top water tank. The flow of liquid is automatically controlled.

 

Why cold brew?

Most of the acidity in coffee is created when we heat it up. The cold brew coffee describes the process whereby coffee-grounds are steeped in water that is either cold or at room temperature for at least 12 hours. Using cold brew for your coffee will reduce the acidity of the drink by at least 70%. Because a cold brew takes at least half a day to make, the coffee is concentrated, which will provide the same extraction as fresh brews mixed with boiling water but without the acidity.

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  • An excellent starting point for cold drip coffee
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  • I bought my Iwaki on the last hunt. Maybe some feedback would aid potential buyers to decide! The flask is generally too big to fit in my house fridge. Those single sided door fridge. Iwaki water drip is not adjustable and I am not an expert in drip system, but the coffee turns out well! However, do take note that the drip may stop halfway and you may need to flick or agitate the dripping hole. Leaving it to drip overnight may not be the best idea, since it may stop halfway and you wake up disappointed :(. On the bright side, this is one cool apparatus to have for entry coffee lover who does not want to splurge hundreds of dollars on the high-end drip system. I still enjoy playing with my value for money Iwaki drip system. I am not a professional coffee but I will do my best to clear your doubts if you have any.
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    Chuwen
    Hey there! Thanks for your honest and detailed feedback! I am sure the community would be very thankful for you in helping them make an informed decision! :)
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  • It's says it's no longer available when I choose to join. Is that message just a mistake? Can I still join?
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    yanhan
    Hey :) The Hunt has ended but you can register your interest for the next Run by clicking on Request Now above :) When we get the numbers again, we'll arrange for another Run!
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  • It's says it's no longer available when I choose to join. Is that message just a mistake? Can I still join?
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  • It's says it's no longer available when I choose to join. Is that message just a mistake? Can I still join?
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  • artblakey
    In the description of the video linked above, the creator of the video, Ninepress, mentioned this: "It takes about 8 hours to produce about 4 cups of coffee." Should give an idea of the amount of time to expect.
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  • joelleong
    Hey Wezley - from my knowledge cold brew drips do tend to take a couple of hours to extract. The exact timing would depend on the volume (how many cups) you're looking to produce, and would also probably be dependent on the size of the grind. Hope that he
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  • joelleong
    Thanks for the feedback artblakey! We'll be adding this fix to our development pipeline - cheers! =D
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  • artblakey
    "The bigger the group, the better the price." doesn't seem to be applied here... should that misleading copy be removed for hunts which stay at a fixed price regardless of the size of the group?
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  • It takes 12 hrs to make cold brewed coffee using this?
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