Prepare MIZUDASHI coffee
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Mizudashi - the Japanese, and cooler, way to say cold brew (applies both to coffee & tea). You can bet your left sock next time someone sees me sipping on my cold tasty caffeinated beverage and asks me what I've got there, I will take great pleasure in repeating the words ... Mizudashi.
Seriously, it rests so well on your tongue and rolls off so nice when you want to say it. You know what else rests well on your tongue? Cold brewed coffee made with this Hario Filter-In Cold Brew Coffee Bottle
It's the extraction of all the beautiful flavours from your favourite coffee beans by steeping the coffee grounds in water, typically warm or cold.
It's incredibly simple to make.
What’s more impressive is that in just a few minutes you can prepare delicious cold coffee that will be ready to enjoy in around eight hours and will last for days to come by storing it in the fridge
Coffee for a lot of us is what makes us tick, keeping our efficiency and productivity at peak levels. A piping hot cup of joe is our typical go-to, but our busy life-styles don't always make this possible.
That's why cold brew is particularly popular amongst coffee enthusiasts. You can take cold coffee with you wherever you go and have a sip when in need of a boost.
It's not just for those going out and about, it's great for home-use too. With just a little bit of planning you can enjoy mouth-watering ice cold coffee.
Add to that the various health benefits awarded to us for drinking coffee, cold brew is a winner.
Because it's dead-simple. All you have to do is grind the beans with a grinder, insert the desired amount of coffee grounds into a special ultra-dense mesh filter that comes with the Hario Filter-In Cold Brew Coffee Bottle.
Pour some water into it and let it steep for 8 hours (minimum) in a fridge.
It’s as simple as that.
I must warn you, your favourite coffee will not taste the same. Pouring hot water on your coffee grounds gives the coffee that sharp and acidic taste. The slow Hario cold brew coffee extraction process means that your cuppa will be richer, more flavourful, with no acidic sting to it.
Some coffee lovers also mentioned that as a result of the smooth using the Hario cold brew, heart-burn symptoms were eliminated.
Cold brew marks its versatility by putting the brewer in the driving seat. For those who are not happy drinking their coffee cold there is another option. The cold brew is very flavourful, that is why you can simply add some of the cold brew extract in a cup and mix in some hot water to enjoy smooth cold brew coffee hot.
TIP:Hario recommends at least 8 hours of steeping time but bear in mind that the longer you steep - the more flavourful your coffee will taste. It is not unusual to leave the coffee for up to 24 hours untouched to express all the flavours to the maximum.
When brewed with cold water, tannin and caffeine do not easily effuse. You can enjoy mild coffee free of bitter or astringent taste.
For this hunt, choose between 2 different colours
Chocolate Brown - Pictured on the right
Moca - Pictured on the left
So before you get the jitters from coffee withdrawal, say "MIZUDASHI" and join the hunt!
Eagle eyes! We were in the process of fixing a bug on the listing and are now glad to inform everyone that the price tier has been set correctly. Just a dozen orders and we move to a cheaper price tier, a dozen more and we are at 13% off the department store promo price. Let's hit the lowest price tier!
QOO10 is selling it for the same/slight cheaper price.
Hey Onizu, thanks for staying sharp and keeping us on our toes! Glad to shed some light. The link you've provided is actually one we know about and there's a very high shipping charge (around $100 if I remember correctly) to SG when you buy through them. Additionally, it's currently sold out on their site. Hope this helps! :)
e.g if i were to buy 3 bottles, shipping rates of $0 to $4 will be by per bottle or per shipment to one address?
is the price gonna get any cheaper? I found it in Tangs for $40. There were more colour options as well.
Hey mtyb! Thanks for checking in =)
Yup it'll be $37 per bottle if we hit 48 orders on this hunt (just 18 orders to go)!
With regards to more color options, I'm wondering if you may have been referring to the Hario Filter-In-Bottle Tea models (http://www.hario.jp/pickup03.html), which are priced lower than the Coffee models? If you're keen on those, feel free to start a hunt for it and we will flex our negotiating skills to beat the market with the group price!