Cold Brew Coffee

Brewing With Espresso Parts: Cold Brew Coffee

Welcome to brewing with EP. This new monthly post will cover basic brewing guides for a number of products from our lineup.

What is cold brew? It’s coffee that has been brewed using cold/room temperature water over a long period of time. Generally anywhere from 4-12 hours or even longer. The grind needs to be more coarse than say a pour over due to longer contact time with the water. What you end up with is a coffee “concentrate” that can be served over ice, cut with milk, or even heated up. It also has a very low acidity and is easy on the stomach.

We offer a few different cold brew towers and setups. Today we’re highlighting the Hunter by Yama Glass. This brewer is perfect for home users who may not have a ton of counter space. The brewers is made from lab grade borosilicate glass with wood accents and comes with a stand.

You’ll notice the Hunter is composed of two pieces. The top portion holds the ceramic filter, ground coffee, and water. The bottom collects the brewed coffee and can be used as a decanter.

Not only is cold brew delicious it’s also very easy to make…especially with the Hunter.

  • First, place the ceramic filter into the brewer.
  • Add 30 grams of coarsely ground coffee
  • Place paper diffuser on top of ground coffee
  •  Add 200 grams of ice
  • Top off with 100 grams of water
  • After 4 hours you’ll have delicious cold brew to enjoy (time may differ due to grind and beans used)

We encourage you to try different methods and grind settings..


Our customer service representatives are here to help with your order. They can be reached at 8004595594,, or Live Chat on our site. Don’t forget to ask about wholesale pricing and the BGA discount.

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