What is the opinion of Reddit about the
No Mess Cold Brew Coffee Filters – Easy, Single Use Filter Sock Packs, Disposable, Fine Mesh Brewing Bags for Concentrate, Iced Coffee Maker, French/Cold Press Kit, Hot Tea in Mason Jar or Pitcher?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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1st Nov 2021

Get yourself some brew bags (basically just a filter folded/sewn into a bag shape) like these, fill with coarse-ground coffee, throw in a bucket with some water straight from the tap, and then pour out your fresh cold brewed coffee like 20ish hours later (it won’t really hurt to pour an hour or three early, or an hour or three late.)

It’s very forgiving of mistakes in ratio/time, and super cheap (depending on how expensive the beans are for you), and yields delicious coffee. Do it to it!

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11th Sep 2019

Since I switched to using these filter bags and a mason jar, I spend way less time on a batch of cold brew. It does leave a slight amount of that dark sludge that you sometimes get at the bottom of a coffee cup (and when I say slight, I mean like a pinch or a dash or whatever in a 32 oz batch. It’s really quite negligible).

But before when I used to make larger batches in a pitcher, I took a fine mesh strainer to separate the grounds, and then I’d run it through paper coffee filters again to remove the sludge. That would easily take about an hour and I went through a lot of filters. I almost gave up on making it at home until I discovered those filter bags I mentioned. Now I just make a batch every few days and it hardly takes any time at all.

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9th Feb 2019

Buy a 5-6 dollar mason jar from Target and order these bags off of Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Mess-Cold-Brew-Coffee-Filters/dp/B072MGP456/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1549695062&sr=8-6&keywords=cold+brew+filter

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This is what I started with and have had no reason to do anything differently

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17th Nov 2018

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072MGP456/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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I love using these. Easy peasy and no clean up to worry about. Buy a few mason jars from target for cheap and you’re good to go