Dripo slow drip brew makes the best coffee

Meet Dripo, a 2-in-1 iced-drip coffee device that works as your cold-brew coffee maker and as a portable tumbler, so you can enjoy your fresh cold brew either at home, or on the go!

Iced coffee and cold brew is all the rage this summer, and the Dripo 2 in 1 slow-drip cold-brew coffee maker and tumbler is the first and only that brews in a fraction of the time at only 2.5 hours.

Does it work?

Yes.

It's easy as placing your favorite ground coffee in the middle coffee container. A paper filter is set on top of the grounds to aid in even water distribution during brewing. The coffee container is set into the bottom tumbler and then screwed into the top water container. Ice and cold water are added to the water container and the entire system is secured with the screw on lid. Water drips from the water container into the coffee grounds, through a stainless steel micro filter, and into the tumbler.

This is a combo version of how the Japanese and Dutch produce their delicious cold brew.

Trendy coffee drinkers prefer cold brew over traditional brew methods that require hot water because cold brewing methods yield a coffee that has lower acidity and a less bitter taste.

It's portable and lightweight - weighing in at only 1.2 pounds, the drip can make 10oz of coffee at home or on the go, 100% san, BPA free. It does all the work for you and cold brew drinkers reap the benefits.

Dripo will brew 10 ounces of coffee per use. It is available for $34.95 now here.

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Some Dripo tips:

1. Cold brew takes longer to brew than conventional hot coffee, however the Dripo can whip up a fresh cup of cold brew in just a few hours (not days like other systems). 2. For best flavor, after placing your favorite coffee grounds into the coffee section, lightly wet them and then place a Dripo paper filter on top (this aids in water dispersion). Keep your Dripo dripping - if you find it's taking longer than 2 to 2.5 hours to complete the dripping cycle, follow these tips; 1. Using hot soapy water, scrub the dripping mechanism in the top water section with a stiff brush. Rinse thoroughly and you should be good to go. 2. When assembling the Dripo, just lightly screw the top water section on to ensure adequate airflow. Sometimes if it is too tight, the pressure can impact functionality.

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