Act fast! This top-rated KitchenAid cold brew coffee maker is on sale for $50 off, today only!

Rudie Obias

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Save $50 on this cold-brew coffee maker from KitchenAid. (Photo: Amazon)
Save $50 on this cold-brew coffee maker from KitchenAid. (Photo: Amazon)

Love a refreshing and smooth cold brew coffee every morning, but hate paying upwards of $5 at Starbucks every morning? Do you want to know every ingredient that goes into your coffee because you made it yourself?

If the answer is yes, maybe it’s time to make your own with this cold brew coffee maker from KitchenAid. It’s one of Amazon’s deals of the day and is on sale for $80, or $50 off its retail price. It’s a great tool for just about any iced coffee lover, and it’s a great way to save money on your morning routine. Make sure to act fast — the deal expires today!

Usually priced at $130, the KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker is built from stainless steel and glass for a premium and streamlined design that’ll look great on your kitchen countertop or in your fridge. It even features a tap so you can pour your next cup of joe with ease.

“We LOVE this cold brew maker!” wrote a very thirsty Amazon reviewer. “It is easy to use, you just fill the basket with coffee grounds, pour water over the top and then let them soak for 24 hours. Once you pull out the basket the coffee concentrate lasts a couple weeks in the fridge. I pour it over ice and add some milk in the mornings, it’s great!”

Here’s how it works

This coffee maker produces up to 38 ounces of cold brew coffee concentrate that stays fresh for up to two weeks (just make sure to store it in a refrigerator). Just add nine ounces of coarsely ground coffee into its included steeper and about 30 ounces of cold water. Then place its lid on top of the steeper to brew for 12 to 24 hours.

Once it’s finished brewing, lift the steeper and drain the excess coffee. Now combine two ounces of coffee concentrate with six ounces of water, ice, or milk for the tastiest (and easiest) coffee you’ve ever made.

“I love this coffee maker so much,” a delighted Amazon reviewer wrote. “It's incredibly easy and even fun to operate, and once the coffee is made, I'm set for the next week or more. It's been making me really happy. I bought it on a whim at a steeply reduced sale price, but now that I've been using it for a while (and have had the great customer service experience described below), I would gladly pay full price.”

This cold-brew coffee maker is made from stainless steel and glass. (Photo: Amazon)
This cold-brew coffee maker is made from stainless steel and glass. (Photo: Amazon)

Bottom line

If you’re spending way too much money on your go-to cold brew at Starbucks, it’s time to start making your own at home. If you get coffee every morning, it pays for itself in under a month! The best part? You’ll know exactly what’s going into your cup, and can keep all those sugary additives at bay.

Trust us, this cold brew coffee maker will definitely perk up your mornings.

Shop it: KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker, $80 (was $130),

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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