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Cold Brew Mason Jar Coffee Maker by County Line Kitchen

Fresh Cold Brew, A 12 Cup Brewing Capacity, Durable Glass, The Lid, Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Filter, The Coffee Filter

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What We Like

  • Built-in filter mesh prevents coffee grounds from entering the jar
  • Features leak-proof lid that prevents leakage and makes it easy to pour
  • Dishwasher-safe components offers easy cleaning and maintenance


  • The beans may not adequately diffuse at times

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Final Score:

9.79 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Customer support
  • Filtration
  • Value for money
  • Size
  • Design
  • Capacity
  • Build quality
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to maintain
  • What buyers say about Cold Brew Mason Jar Coffee Maker by County Line Kitchen

    The genius design of the lid makes straining a lot easier, as you just pour out as much as you can into the new jar, and try to keep the grounds in the bottom as long as possible.

    CB stores well, and lets you make a day or two supply of java, it's simple to clean, and it's not a waste like k.cups, filters, or diff flavs.

    If the jar were made of solid black or solid gray, it would look better on the counter or in the fridge.

    I put half of my coffee in a mug and added some milk and Hersheys, it was so much better than the Starbucks or other coffees I have had for my morning.

    I nearly filled the jar with tap water after I used some pre-ground coffee, but decided against it because I didn't feel like grinding beans at the time.

    Common Questions


    I don't know if it should be steep in the fridge or at room temperature.


    It is my preference to grind course, put it in the fridge for 36 hours, then leave out for up to 24 hours.


    Can you use a standard wide-mouth mason jar plastic lid while you brew and then switch to the flip top lid for storage?


    Yes. The white plastic lid from Ball will work with the brewers.


    What is the size of the mesh filter hole?


    The cold brew will have very little fines if you go with a coarse grind.


    If you froze fresh concentrate in ice cube trays, would the coffee flavor hold up?


    It will turn out 3 times stronger than a regular cup of coffee and use dark roasts for best results.


    The images say 2 quart, but the label says 1 quart.


    We had ordered the 2 quart and then wanted another for tea but kept getting diverted to the 1 quart.

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