Want This Way Cool Cold Drip Coffee Maker?

If there is one thing that the people of this country are addicted to (legally) it is the brew of the bean -- coffee. If you don't believe me all you have to do is look at the proliferation of coffee houses all over the place. For the true coffee connoissieur finding a way to brew their own can become an obsession. Search no more. This Yama Glass Cold Drip Coffee Maker not only makes an excellent, low-acid cuppa Joe, but is also a great way to dress up a special corner of your kitchen.

 Yama Glass Cold Drip Coffee MakerYama Glass Cold Drip Coffee Maker

This delightful unit is hardly some demure little coffee maker to be hidden away. It is big and bold, standing just over two feet tall. The appearance is reminiscent of steampunk design with a wood frame and glass and porcelain working parts.

It uses room-temperature or cold water to drip down into the coffee slowly to create a cup of coffee that is not like what you normally drink and is acid-free. That is a huge plus for those who can't handle the acid. This changes the flavor of the coffee and is reported to be naturally sweeter and mellower than standard brewed coffee. The colder the water used the more harsh oils are exempted from the process. The entire drip process takes about three hours, so plan ahead.

The coffee maker creates up to 32 ounces at a time. While it does come out cold, you can heat it up or add ice. You can also add all the stuff you normally love in your coffee. If coffee isn't your, well, cup of coffee, you can make tea with it instead.

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