This Yama Glass cold brew coffee maker makes great cold brew and is practically guaranteed to be a conversation piece at your next dinner party.
This cold brew tower consists of 3 tiers.
Constructed from high-quality glass, water drips down from the top glass beaker, onto a paper filter, into the coffee grounds, through the ceramic filter, and finally into the serving carafe below.
Additionally, the brass valves are adjustable, so the home barista can customize the rate of the water passing through the grounds.
Though it’s a bit spendy for the average home barista looking for a quick cold brew, it’s perfect for the coffee connoisseur looking for that perfect cup.
Though the default setting for this model extracts coffee in 12 hours, you can control both the rate of water passing through the grounds and the amount of coffee in the middle carafe.
If you fill the center carafe with one pound of coffee and adjust the valve to release one drop per second, you’ll end up with a more concentrated cold brew.
While this cold brew coffee tower wins brownie points for being cool to watch, it is definitely not the right fit for every household. Homes with pets, children, and clumsy adults like myself may cause any one of the glass beakers to shatter, which would then render this beautiful work of art useless.
Additionally, the 25-cup capacity only applies to 25, 4 oz cups. However, if your cold brew is concentrated enough, you could probably get away with filling your mug the rest of the way with cold water, creamer, or milk.