Yama Glass 6-8 Cup Cold Drip Maker Curved Brown Wood Frame

April 15, 2015 - Comment

This coffee maker is gorgeous and would make a lovely addition to your kitchen. Ice and water are placed in the top jar, and by regulating the dripping water through the valve in the center, coffee is steeped and ends up in the carafe at the bottom of the tower. Through a unique 3 hour

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This coffee maker is gorgeous and would make a lovely addition to your kitchen. Ice and water are placed in the top jar, and by regulating the dripping water through the valve in the center, coffee is steeped and ends up in the carafe at the bottom of the tower. Through a unique 3 hour process using pure ice water, ice drip coffee produces a unique flavor not found in regular brewed coffee. It’s easy to use. Just put the water and coffee grounds into the brewer and you are ready to go. A permanent ceramic filter mechanism is included and is available in a brown stain finish. This coffee maker holds 32 oz. By slowly brewing your coffee with ice water, the harsher oils in your ground coffee are not brought out. The final brew is a lot mellower than a regular brew machine.

Product Features

  • Great design and beautiful on any table
  • Produces an acid free coffee
  • Includes permanent ceramic filter
  • Unique flavor not found in regular coffee
  • Great for coffee and tea

Comments

Vectorer says:

Worth the $$$… I recommend this unit even though it is a little bit pricey. After living in Japan years ago, I wanted to try my luck at making Japanese ice coffee at home. There are not that many choices around and considering that the Oji unit from Japan (seen at shops like Blue Bottle) goes for more than $1000USD w/shipping & duties, I took a shot at this little 8-cup Yama unit from Taipei for $200 here at Amazon. It’s as good a coffeemaker as it is a conversation piece. Good ice coffee is no fad. This…

The Boys' Mom "'Chelle" says:

Fun Kitchen Conversation Piece that Makes Great Coffee My brother gave me this as a Christmas present and I’ve had it for over a year. It makes great coffee and looks wonderful on my kitchen countertop. Unfortunately, I banged one of the glass parts and cracked it last week. It still works, but I’m looking for a replacement piece before the crack spreads too much. 

Tristan Schmelcher says:

Beautifully impractical Let me be clear that this makes excellent cold-brew coffee. But cold-brew coffee is 99% physics. The brewing appliance doesn’t do a lot of work, and the flashy elements of the Yama don’t really perform any function. Although I like the Yama, I’ve come to the conclusion that it is an impractical way to make cold-brew coffee, for a few reasons: 

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