If you drink coffee you know when it’s hot outside is nothing better than ice coffee or cold brewed coffee Zing Anything has come up with Flip Brew. This allows you to brew tea with hot water then add ice for refreshing instantly-made iced tea, or slow steep coffee in the extended basket for a smooth, deep, cold brew coffee. Iced tea in an instant is what we're aiming for. The short basket is just the right size for brewing your favorite tea. With a flip and some ice, you can make a refreshing iced tea in a flash! Cold brewing means a better tasting, less acidic, and more concentrated coffee compared to traditional brewing. Cold brew coffee is a breeze with the extended basket in the Flip Brew. Fill up the basket with quality medium-to-coarse ground coffee and flip to get the brew going!
This is 48 ounces, includes a two in one basket for coffee or tea, dishwasher safe, BPA/Halogen/EA & Phthalate free Eastman Tritan plastic, patent pending and has a one-year manufacturer warranty.
My Opinion: this is a very interesting picture on the way that you use it has you fill with either coffee or tea with water then you flip it upside down and let it brew or steep for about 12 to 24 hours and you remove the coffee from the basket and for the tea to chill it quickly you can fill with ice but you still hold it upside down very interesting I noticed the water stayed in just fine and it actually does work pretty well. It is perfect if you are having an outdoor party or guests over to make cold brew coffee or iced tea for them to drink. It came out just fine the coffee and so did in the iced tea. But I did notice it leaked around the top when flipped upside down a little bit.
To see more visit http://www.zinganything.com/product/flip-brew
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