OXO

OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker

$51.99
OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker
OXO

OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker

$51.99
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+

Overnight success.

Ahh...cold brew. We love it for its smoother, less acidic flavor—but the mess involved in making it? Not so much. That’s where this compact maker comes in. The container up top gives your grounds a nice and even watering (you can thank the perforated lid for that), then gets brewing for 12 to 24 hours. And when it’s time for a pick-me-up: Set it on the stand, and it’ll send that liquid goodness through a reusable stainless-steel mesh filter, into the glass carafe down below. You’ll end up with a coffee concentrate that pairs right up with ice, milk, or cold or hot water. After that? It comes apart for no-fuss cleaning, and everything nests neatly to save precious cabinet space.

News flash: This wonder steeps tea too—consider your caffeine fix covered.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

This maker’s a snap to use. Here’s how:

  • Fill the brewing container with ground coffee, then pour your water over the perforated lid. Give it all a gentle stir.
  • Let that container sit out at room temp for 12 to 24 hours, depending on how strong you like your joe.
  • Set your container over the glass carafe and push the brew-release switch down—your coffee will drip through a mesh filter. (Filtering can take up to 20 minutes, but it’s worth the wait for that ultra-smooth texture.)
  • Got your coffee concentrate? Good. Now you can dilute it with ice, milk, or simply cold or hot water. Bonus: You can keep any extra in the fridge for days.

Overnight success.

Ahh...cold brew. We love it for its smoother, less acidic flavor—but the mess involved in making it? Not so much. That’s where this compact maker comes in. The container up top gives your grounds a nice and even watering (you can thank the perforated lid for that), then gets brewing for 12 to 24 hours. And when it’s time for a pick-me-up: Set it on the stand, and it’ll send that liquid goodness through a reusable stainless-steel mesh filter, into the glass carafe down below. You’ll end up with a coffee concentrate that pairs right up with ice, milk, or cold or hot water. After that? It comes apart for no-fuss cleaning, and everything nests neatly to save precious cabinet space.

News flash: This wonder steeps tea too—consider your caffeine fix covered.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

This maker’s a snap to use. Here’s how:

  • Fill the brewing container with ground coffee, then pour your water over the perforated lid. Give it all a gentle stir.
  • Let that container sit out at room temp for 12 to 24 hours, depending on how strong you like your joe.
  • Set your container over the glass carafe and push the brew-release switch down—your coffee will drip through a mesh filter. (Filtering can take up to 20 minutes, but it’s worth the wait for that ultra-smooth texture.)
  • Got your coffee concentrate? Good. Now you can dilute it with ice, milk, or simply cold or hot water. Bonus: You can keep any extra in the fridge for days.