Cold brew coffee is a connoisseur thing because, making a cuppa of cold joe at home requires quite some investments – both in time and money. Fortunately, you don’t need to drop thousands for a steampunk, lab-like cold drip contraption or even hundreds for that matter because, there is FrankOne One-Touch Coffee Maker. I am not going to lie. FrankOne here had us swooning over it. Man, we have not been this excited over a coffee maker like in… oh, wait. Actually, we were rather psyched just a little over an hour ago. Never mind…
Anywho, if you want cold brew without busting a hole in your wallet, or waiting for what seems like an eternity for a cup of cold brew to be ready, FrankOne is the coffee maker you want in your life. Why? Because, all it takes is four minutes to realize a cup of cold joe. 4-freaking-minute! That’s in minutes, not hours, mind you. Well, I didn’t think it was possible, but here it is, the FrankOne proving it can be done and it has Vacuum Extraction Technology to thank.
This revolutionary brewing method not only allows you to realize cold brew quickly, but it also helps to make piping hot coffee sans the bitter taste and in no more than 30 seconds. Frank de Paula’s patented Vacuum Extraction Technology leverages on negative pressure to force water through a bed of ground coffee. This helps to extract more of the flavors out of the ground while leaving bitterness behind, stuck in the top of the brewer.
And in the case of cold brew, the Vacuum Extraction Technology accelerates the brewing process by forcing cold water through finely ground coffee and the result is, no excruciating long wait for your cold joe. FrankOne uses no filter. Instead, it uses fine metal mesh filter that cleanable and reusable for hundreds of times. Moreover, it is powered by a battery that is good for 150 coffees per 2-hour charging, rechargeable via USB.
You can find FrankOne One-Touch Coffee Maker on Kickstarter where you can pre-order a unit at a discounted price of just 70 bucks. Now, that’s one very affordable cold brew maker. The campaign has already breached its $120K funding goal and therefore, a pledge for a product constitutes to a pre-order which will be fulfilled sometime in April 2019.
Images courtesy of Frank de Paula.
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