What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee Pot, 600 ml, Brown?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points


8th Sep 2020

Possibly… It will definately be stronger than hot brewed but I’m not sure by how much. If you accidently have too much and it’s not going to kill you or anything super serious I’d suggest just trying it slowly. It’s really delicious if it’s something you can take.


You can buy something like this to make it incredibly easily. Or just use a flask and some filter paper.

Let it steep for at least 24 hours, but it’s better at 48. Pour and enjoy.

1 point


21st Nov 2015

If you’re willing to put some planning in, you could just do it at home. You don’t need any special equipment other than some coarsely ground coffee beans, and a water jug. It is nice if you have a coffee filter though to pass it through at the end, or you just let it all sediment at the bottom and just don’t drink the goop.

About 150g of coffee with a litre of water, bang it in the fridge for a day. Good to dilute it a little bit when you’re done otherwise I find myself bouncing off the walls.

I use one of these personally but not really required: http://www.amazon.com/Hario-Water-Coffee-600ml-Brown/dp/B00IJ3O0Y2/ref=dp_ob_title_ce

But if you look around at some specialty grocery stores too, some will actually stock cold brew coffee in their fridges too, there are a few companies that pump it out to market now.

1 point


28th Jul 2015

I’m assuming the Takeya brewer is similar to the Hario Mizudashi. I have the Mizudashi and it’s pretty great. I used to do the grounds in a mason jar then filter through a pour over cone, but I’m liking the Mizudashi better.

5 points


1st Jun 2021

I bought a Mizudashi pot. Works really well. I use 40g ground coffee to 600ml water, then take 150ml coffee served with a lot of ice.