Single-serve, at-home brewing system for sweet and smooth cold brewed ice coffee
Easy 3-step process: 1) fill, 2) twist, and 3) drip!
Double-wall tumbler fits in your fridge
Works with any type of ground coffee
In the box: cone with cover, cone stand, double-wall tumbler, pressure-fit lid, straw, and 50 paper diffusers
With the coolgear BRU™ brewing system, you can make your very own delicious cold brew coffee at home! You control the strength and the brew time, and can use whatever type or flavor of coffee you like best, so your iced coffee comes out exactly the way you like it. Simply fill the BRU cone with your favorite ground coffee and add ice water, twist the BRU dial to adjust the drip rate (a slower pace will produce a smoother taste), and let ’er drip! BRU’s dual chamber action allows a continuous flow of water to brew the perfect cup of iced coffee every time. When it’s done, just switch out the BRU cone for the tumbler lid and straw and enjoy!
Order your BRU Single-Serve Cold Brew Coffee Maker from Brookstone today!
BRU Single-Serve Cold Brew Coffee Maker
This product may be returned within 60 days of purchase with original receipt
(See our Return Policy).
How long can I store my cold brew?
Cold brew can be stored in the fridge in a tightly sealed container for 3-7 days; however, we recommend enjoying immediately for optimum freshness!
What is cold brew?
A process in which coffee is brewed with cold water at a slower pace creating a less acidic taste.
How do you know when BRU is fully done brewing?
Once the water reservoir has completely dripped, your coffee is ready!
How fast can BRU make coffee?
BRU can be adjusted to brew at your desired strength, from 1.5 hours to 10 hours. Set to a longer brew for a smoother, more bold taste, or a shorter brew for a lighter taste.
What is included with BRU?
A brew cone with water reservoir and grounds cone with filter, a cone stand, 50 water diffusors, a 21oz double wall insulated tumbler with pressure fit lid and a reusable straw.
What is a water diffusor?
A paper filter sized to fit the grounds cone. Diffusors are used to disperse water and assist in the proper flow throughout the grounds. Simply lay a diffusor over ground coffee for an even dispersion of water.
Can any coffee be used?
Yes! Any ground coffee, flavored or not, can be used with BRU.
What is the difference between iced coffee and cold brew?
Iced coffee is simply hot brewed coffee poured over ice or chilled before drinking. Cold brew is a method by which coffee is brewed with cold water producing a less acidic and more flavorful coffee.
When do you add ice?
Once the coffee has fully dripped, your cold brew is ready to enjoy. Simply add ice, milk or sweetener to your liking.
Horrified at the cheap nature of this product and the awful coffee that it produced. The "instructions" provided appear to be translated into English from another language, or at best were written by a non-native. They are sparse in detail and disorganized. I finally went to the internet to figure out how to assemble the brewer, and checked on multiple sites to make sure I had it correct. I used high quality, personally ground coffee. I set the brewer to "strong" setting (supposed to take 10 hours to brew). Thirty minutes (30) later, the water had run through and a pale tea-like liquid was produced. I ran that back through the brewer on several different settings, and each time, exactly 30 minutes and the water ran through (not 4-10 hours as predicted). After about 10 runs through the brewer, we wound up with something that looked coffee-like, but tasted weak and insipid. A message to "Cool Gear" customer service asking for advice was answered with a litany of "requirements" to provide before they would even consider my question - "Date Code" somewhere on the brewer, Date of Purchase, Place of Purchase, Retail price paid, and they even requested PHOTOS of the brewer - otherwise no answer to be provided. Insane. This piece of junk is going in the trash. I'm mortified - it was a Christmas present to my wife. Thanks Brookstone!
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend