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The Yama Glass Tower 6-8 Cup Drip Maker (6-8 cup) is the real deal! But you’ll have to fork out a huge sum of money for it — it’s currently priced at under $300, depending where you buy.
To produce delectable cold brew, you’ll need to use the correct volume of ice water and properly ground coffee. For tea, it is recommended that you go for rose buds as well as black and green varieties of tea.
Why should I consider purchasing it?
- A fun way of brewing cold coffee
- It produces coffee that is acid-free
- It is a great for both coffee and tea
- The design of this device is just perfect; it will look beautiful on any table in your home
- Comes with a permanent ceramic filter
- Easy to use once you’re familiar with it
Tips on how to use the Yama Glass Cold Drip Maker
In this review we focus on the 32-ounce model, but there is also a larger one, which is suitable for shops.
Let’s go through a few steps so we can know exactly how it works. As you may have noticed, there is not much information about how the Yama Drip Maker works, so you’ll probably find this review very useful.
This particular brewing process takes approximately three hours to complete. If you are using cold water, the coffee extracting process is going to be rather slow; so you have to brew for a longer period.
You are going to need at least 32 ounces of water and ice mixture. The ice and water mixture should be enough to keep the water cold during the brewing process. You want every drip to be cold the whole time. However, don’t use too much ice that will collect at the top, and hamper your drip.
You want to end up with a nice mixture that is going to be determined by two major factors: the room temperature, and your drip rate.
Pour the ice and water mixture. You won’t notice any dripping yet because there is a valve, which you must open.
For this grind setting, which takes a total of three hours, a 40-45 second drip break is recommended. So don’t go too far during the brewing process. Check on it every 30 minutes to make sure the dripping rate is being maintained. The rate is subject to change since the amount of water pushing down is reducing. It’s your job to ensure there’s some consistency.
Try to be careful and slow when operating this machine, especially when you’re adjusting the drip rate. The brewer is quite sensitive. You can adjust the dripping according to your preference if you feel it’s too fast or too slow.
Keep an eye on the drip rate throughout the entire process. Come back every 30 minutes to make sure things are running smoothly. At the end, you’ll have a fantastic cold brew. Note that the brewing process takes approximately 3 hours.
Details about the design
The Yama Cold Drip Maker/Cold Brewer is divided into four parts. The top chamber is the one that holds the ice and water mixture. Your coffee goes into the second chamber. It is highly recommended that you go for a medium to medium fine grind setting.
As the coffee is released from the bottom of this chamber, it goes through the spiral tube, and finally ends up in the bottom chamber from which you can serve your coffee.
Enjoy your cold brew! In addition to having an awesome taste, the brew smells nice too.
What’s the function of the spiral tube?
Some people think the spiral tube has no use at all. That’s not true. Yes, it has been included mainly for decorative purposes, but it’s quite useful.
It ensures there is no seal between the flask and Buchner funnel, thereby allowing for dripping to proceed smoothly. But from a scientific point of view, there are more boring details that we shouldn’t go into.
To prevent channeling, it is important to first wet the coffee. As you are scooping, spray a fine mist on the bed. Use a squirt bottle to do the spraying. If you don’t spray each layer of coffee you scoop, the drip only goes through the center, meaning you’re wasting a lot of coffee. With a dry brew bed, the process of extraction is not very effective.
Remember to use enough ice.
The color of your coffee should be dark and rich.
- Some people feel the three-hour brew time is more of a rush. There may be some truth to this, depending on how you look at it. A cold brew with full flavor normally takes 12 to 24 hours.
- This item is a bit complicated. Plus, it doesn’t come with enough instructions to guide the user.
- Not the best item for brewing cold coffee.
- It’s quite expensive.
Although this product is expensive for the average person, it is still safe to say it’s worth every penny, thanks to its amazing design and ease of use. In addition, it produces a delicious cold brew. It’s a great present for anyone in your family who loves coffee – they’ll be blown away!
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