Cold Brew Coffee Maker 2 qt

(10 customer reviews)


Brand: Takeya
Capacity: 2 Quarts
Color: Black
Product Dimensions: 0.6″D x 4.1″W x 12.2″H
Special Feature: Portable
  • The Deluxe Cold Brew Coffee Maker is a durable BPA Free Tritan pitcher with an airtight lid and non-slip silicone handle. It produces 4 servings of smooth cold brew with any type of coffee grounds and is less acidic than traditional coffee brewing.
  • The Fine-Mesh Coffee Filter in this cold brew coffee maker keeps grounds out of your freshly brewed pot – differing from other coffee machines. Tritan plastic withstands hot temperatures if you want a hot cup of coffee. Fits in most refrigerator doors
  • Premium Bottles and Lids: Our innovative line of insulated hydration solutions comes in a range of sizes. We offer water bottles in 18, 24, 32, 40, and 64 oz sizes, beverage makers and pitchers in 1 Qt and 2 Qt sizes
  • BPA Free Hydration Solutions: From insulated stainless steel water bottles to beverage makers and pitchers, as well as a variety of product accessories, Takeya USA products help you stay cool, refreshed, and hydrated for an active, on-the-go lifestyle
  • Innovative Hydration Solutions: Takeya brings over 55 years of Japanese design heritage to our line of insulated, BPA free water bottles, our sustainable iced tea, fruit infusion, and cold brew pitchers, and our Pickleball bottles and equipment.

Takeya Cold Brew Coffee Maker with Black Lid Pitcher 2 qt

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Like coffee? Taste the difference with our NEW patented 2 Qt. Deluxe Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The traditional hot coffee brewing process releases undesirable acids and oils, resulting in bitter flavor and acidity that is intolerable to many. With cold brewing, only the naturally delicious coffee flavors are extracted, leaving behind the bitter oils and fatty acids, creating a perfectly balanced, smooth extraction of concentrated coffee. Once brewed, concentrated coffee can be kept fresh in our airtight Cold Brew Coffee Maker for up to 2 weeks and used for both hot and iced coffees. Makes two quarts of concentrated coffee. Proudly made in the USA!

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Weight0.6 lbs
Dimensions0.6 × 4.1 × 12.2 in



2 Quarts



Product Dimensions

0.6"D x 4.1"W x 12.2"H

Special Feature


Coffee Maker Type

Coffee Infuser



Filter Type



Coffee Maker

Specific Uses For Product

Cold Brew

Included Components

Includes Pitcher, Ultra-Fine Mesh Filter, Instructions

Operation Mode


Model Name

Cold Brew

Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Standard Packaging

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Item Weight

0.6 Pounds, 9.6 ounces



Country of Origin


Item model number


Date First Available

April 10, 2018



10 reviews for Cold Brew Coffee Maker 2 qt

  1. Shannon Chicoine

    I was spending about $40 a week in cold brew at my local coffee shop. I just happened to come across a video about this little brewer and was hoping it would be as good as they said it was. IT IS! Every cold brew method I’ve used was miles away from the coffee shop cold brew. This one is so easy to use and actually tastes like the good stuff. My only complaint is I wish it was a tad bigger. A+

  2. janis

    Easy to use
    I have tried this a few times now and I am enjoying it very much. I did check on line for advice before starting and there were good ones on YouTube.The coffee is nice and smooth and can be drunk cold or heated up . Do ensure you can store it in your fridge. I found that it was helpful to decant into a jug before it was finished so that the coffee maker can be cleaned and the next brew started. I found 36 hours in the fridge was sufficient.

  3. BSK

    I was skeptical that this would produce good tasting cold brew, and I am pleasantly surprised to be wrong. Now I feel bad for all the money I’ve spent buying premade! This is so easy to use, easy to clean, and keeps the cold brew tasting great, even after several days in the fridge. The only “con” is the extender that fits on the coffee grounds filter. It’s a bit difficult to get on. I almost returned it out of frustration, but decided to just get mean with it and it worked. I push down with some force as I twist, and that seems to work well.

  4. KathyG

    This is a great item! So easy to clean and set up and after a small leak because I didn’t have everything screwed down tight. Once I fixed that it was just fine and didn’t leak at all. Some coffee sediment got through the filter but that might be because I shook it to vigorously. I’ll be a bit more gentle on the next batch. I got the 2qt size and it will last me a while. They recommend to cut the coffee concentrate 50/50. For my first time I did that. I mixed 1 cup coffee concentrate with 1 cup Vanilla Almond Milk but it’s a bit strong for me. Tomorrow I’ll cut the amount of coffee back and increase the milk and that should make it just right. To each their own I always say. I love this and am really happy I bought it. I would recommend it to anyone who wishes to make cold brew coffee.

  5. truster38

    I purchased both this and the iced tea maker as a way to make my own beverages at home and save some money as well. They are both great products and you might be wondering if they are different at all.First of all, this product works great. Like all Japanese products, it feels high-quality. It is essentially a pitcher with a two-piece detachable filter and an airtight lid with basically two “notch” positions – closed and “open enough to pour,” though you’ll probably just take the lid off when you serve. The pitcher is oblong, which doesn’t come through in the pictures, so you can lay it on its side for brewing, which is recommended for the coffee maker. The handle is also big and thick, with a rubberized grip.The differences between this and the iced tea maker are basically that the filter material used feels different. This has a silky, denser mesh, while the iced tea maker is a more standard, coarse, more open mesh. You can buy replacements for either one. The iced tea maker has a method of pouring hot water directly into the maker for brewing that is not advertised for this one, although everything is exactly the same except for the filter so I’m pretty sure you can use that method with the coffee maker as well, although again the filter material itself is different. The iced tea maker also comes with a little cup that acts as a holder for the filter, which can stand up by itself when the lid is not screwed on. The coffee maker does not come with the cup. I also found that, in general, tea soaks up less water than coffee, so I had to take out the coffee maker halfway through the brew, maybe before I went to sleep, and fill it up with some more water, whereas I didn’t have to do that with the iced tea maker. I did find that the handle part of the pitcher where the lid screws in, the actual colored part, often feels slightly loose and made me feel like I had to tighten it slightly. Please note that only the color of this piece and the lid are different. The two-piece filter only comes in black no matter what color you choose. One piece of the filter screws into the lid and the actual filter part screws into that first piece. It has a flat bottom, so can stand-up by itself, as previously mentioned.Of course, this is a great airtight pitcher in and of itself, even when you’re not using the filter and just need something big to mix/shake a drink in and pour it. It takes about 2 cups of ground coffee to brew a full pitcher, and I have noticed the slightest bit of leaking as I use this maker. We’re talking a few drops after an overnight of brewing on its side and sealed airtight. If you close it all the way and hold it upside down, nothing is going to immediately leak unless you leave it that way for an extended period of time. It’s slightly harder to clean out the coffee maker just because coffee grounds are messier than tea, including some thick soupy buildup that you’re going to see at the top of the filter. Get ready to shake out about 95% of it into your trash can and rinse out the rest below a running sink. It’s also a little hard to find the exact perfect way to pour coffee grounds into the filter without spilling any, and I’ve settled on using a corner of the bag itself to do it. The iced tea maker seems to come in brighter colors than the coffee maker. Takeya also makes a spa water infuser version of this with a more open plastic filter, but you can easily use this or the coffee maker and just infusion spa water by dropping fruit directly into the water, without having to use the filters at all, which will give you a stronger flavor anyway.The instructions tell you to use medium roast beans, but I love blonde roasts the most and I have made very good cold brew with this. Just make sure you use filtered water obviously and not tap water since you are cold brewing this, and wash everything thoroughly after each use before re-brewing. I have found that flavored beans like vanilla or hazelnut taste absolutely amazing cold brewed with this maker. Please note that you will not yield a full 2 quarters of brewed coffee because the filter and the grounds take up alot of volume in the container. I can get about 3-4 large glasses.

  6. jjhammer

    As many have said, this makes good coffee. It’s easy to use and typically lasts me 5-6 days with the 2 qt pitcher. And makes fairly strong coffee. Just be sure to dilute it with milk or creamer or you might get jittery.The big issue I have is the filter system. If you follow the directions, it says to use 2 cups (170g) of ground coffee. Now I measured it out with a scale the first time i used it, and the suggested measurement goes nearly to the top of the filter extender. Because of this, a lot of the coffee grounds never get wet. I have done what some suggested and moistened the coffee grounds as I add them to the filter. This seems to work better, but its still annoying. The filter really needs to go higher than it currently does. Otherwise, its a great product.

  7. Harmon

    I suspect that the one quart that I have would not be big enough for two coffee drinkers. Since my wife does not like cold brew, I find that the one quart provides me with all the cold brew I want for a day or two. If there are two of you, and you like your cold brew the same way, think about getting the two quart.I have found it unnecessary to measure or weigh the coffee when I put it in the filter. Instead, I just fill it to the bottom of the black collar, tapping it down on the counter a couple of times to settle the grounds. This process uses up about a quarter pound of coffee each time. I fill the pitcher with cold water up to a little less than an inch from the collar of the pitcher. It would be nice if there were a fill mark on the pitcher, but when I am a little more confident about how much water I want, I’ll probable make my own mark with a permanent magic marker – we’ll see if the mark actually stays there.

  8. nacho cab

    Funciona bien

  9. Sarah Woodbury

    I had a large cold brew maker before this but this one is SO much better. This cold brew maker does not leak and the coffee grounds do not leak through leaving chunks in your drink. My previous cold brew maker I would have to strain twice because the grounds went through the mesh. I can can get about two 12 oz drinks from this product as I leave some room for milk.

  10. Ross

    Looking for something more robust? This one fits pretty well!
    This is my second purchase of a cold brew coffee maker. But not the same as my previous one.The old one I had was made out of glass and unfortunately, it was pretty thin and lasted for a year and a half. It developed a crack near the lid on top. So I decided to get a new one before the crack propagates to the bottom of the glass jug. This was an item with a decent amount of reviews and was ranking 4.5 stars.This item exceeds the previous cold brew maker in terms of rating by the number of reviews and roughly the same ranking.What do I like?It is made out of plastic, but of high quality and should last longerThe lid completely closes the container so there is no chance of spilling.Much quicker to completely soak the coffee grounds all that is needed is to give it a good shake. Most items in this category usually need stirring.Everything just screws on.What I dislikeThe instructions mention if you want to make it more concentrated it is recommended to pull the filter out and drain the remaining liquid into the rest of the concentrate for 45mins. But there is no easy way to do that unless you have a separate container where you can pour the concentrate and for the filter to rest above it.Because this a close and shake cold brew maker would imagine the rubber seal will be the first thing to go. But im sure that can be easily replaced.I have not given a flavour rating as I think it is irrelevant to this item because you’re never going to get apple to apple comparison between other individuals who have written a review. But what I will say in comparison to my old one, the ratio between coffee and water seems higher than my previous one which required 1.1L to 80g of coffee. The instructions for this item require around 950ML to 108g of Coffee so it is more concentrated.

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