These 2 Coffee Makers Made in the USA Give You Tasty Coffee with Less Fuss
If you’re like most coffee lovers, you probably have your favorite stand-by coffee maker. No doubt, you swear by your machine’s java prowess, know intimately how it works, and don’t mind the occasional bitter brew. You probably rarely think of giving it up for some new-fangled brewer.
But if you’re like us, you probably get tired of the same old same old every morning and like to try something different. We’ve found 2 new coffee makers, made in the USA, that brew tasty, less bitter coffee in interesting new ways: the Toddy T2N Cold Brew System and the Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Press. Both are available for under $35, and both won’t leave you disappointed.
Slow Brew Cold Brew with the Toddy T2N Cold Brew System
The Toddy T2N Cold Brew System might strike some coffee lovers as a bit of an oxymoron—how can you brew good coffee without heat? But cold brew methods aren’t just for cowboys on the range. The Toddy produces coffee that is both delicious and less acidic—67% less acidic, in fact. Toddy’s cold brew is one of the smoothest cups we’ve tasted, and it’s ideal for iced coffee or tea.
The Toddy uses coarse grounds that are steeped overnight for best results. You then filter the grounds in a method similar to a French press. The resulting coffee is highly concentrated and can be kept in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. This means you can have your coffee already brewed and ready before you wake up in the morning, and you can dilute it to taste with hot milk or water, or just over ice.
The Toddy T2N comes with a glass brewing container with handle, a stylish decanter with lid, two reusable filters, and a rubber stopper. We also like the free recipe book that comes with each Toddy.
Make Delicious Coffee in 30 Seconds with the Aerobie AeroPress
The Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Press is equally enticing. An exciting new twist on the tried and true French press method, the AeroPress is ruggedly constructed and can brew up to four cups of low-acid coffee with either hot or cold water. Let the water and grounds mix for 10 seconds, then gently push the mix through a micro-filter for 20 seconds. Like with a French press, the air pressure squeezes flavor from the grounds, producing a very smooth, non-bitter coffee.
You can use coarse or fine coffee grounds in the AeroPress, which comes equipped with a funnel, scoop, stirrer, and 350 micro filters. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe, the AeroPress is one of the sexiest coffee makers we’ve tried in a long time.
So who says Americans don’t make anything anymore? These 2 coffee makers made in the USA make great American-style coffee and would make excellent additions to your kitchen.