Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Coffee Maker, 2 qt, Black

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The Deluxe Cold Brew Coffee Maker is a durable BPA Free Tritan pitcher with an airtight lid and non-slip silicone handle. It produces 4 servings of smooth cold brew with any type of coffee grounds and is less acidic than traditional coffee brewing. The Fine-Mesh Coffee Filter in this cold brew coffee maker keeps grounds out of your freshly brewed pot — differing from other coffee machines. Tritan plastic withstands hot temperatures if you want a hot cup of coffee. Fits in most refrigerator doors Premium Bottles and Lids: Our innovative line of insulated hydration solutions come in a range of sizes. We offer water bottles in 18, 24, 32, 40, and 64 oz sizes, beverage makers and pitchers in 1 Qt and 2 Qt sizes BPA Free Hydration Solutions: From insulated stainless steel water bottles to beverage makers and pitchers, as well as a variety of product accessories, Takeya USA products help you stay cool, refreshed and hydrated for an active, on-the-go lifestyle Innovative Hydration Solutions: Takeya brings over 55 years of Japanese design heritage to our line of insulated, BPA free water bottles, our sustainable iced tea, fruit infusion, and cold brew pitchers, and our Pickleball bottles and equipment.


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Made from BPA Free Eastman Tritan. The dishwasher safe, shatterproof pitcher stays stain and odor free brew after brew!


The Takeya ultra-fine mesh filter is designed to brew coffee to perfection. The fine mesh keeps coffee grinds out of your coffee and expertly extracts the best flavor. Plus, it’s easy to fill, install and wash.


Bring cafe quality cold brew to your kitchen. Available in 1 qt and 2 qt sizes and in three colors (Black, White, Stone) for your cold brew coffee needs.

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Material 18/8 Food Grade Stainless Steel 18/8 Food Grade Stainless Steel 18/8 Food Grade Stainless Steel 18/8 Food Grade Stainless Steel Durable, Shatterproof Eastman Tritan 18/8 Food Grade Stainless Steel
Double Wall Vacuum Insulated

Drink Type Insulated lid with easy twist-off cap spout Folding straw Easy twist-off cap spout Folding straw Easy twist off cap spout OR Folding Straw Flip-lock comfort sip

BPA Free

Chill-Lock 24 hours cold/12 hours hot

Diswasher Safe

Top-Rack Only

Multiple Size Options 18oz, 22oz, 24oz, 32oz, 40oz, 64oz 18oz, 22oz, 24oz, 32oz 18oz, 24oz, 32oz, 40oz 14oz, 16oz 14oz, 18oz, 24oz, 32oz, 40oz, 64oz 17oz, 25oz
Cupholder friendly 18oz, 22oz 18oz, 22oz 18oz Yes 14oz, 18oz, 24oz Yes


Product Dimensions

4.1 x 0.6 x 12.2 inches

Item Weight

9.6 ounces





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Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#1,894 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #2 in Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

April 10, 2018

10 отзывов на Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Coffee Maker, 2 qt, Black

  1. Rutabaga

    I love this cold brew maker! I had been using a Keurig and just throwing a bunch of ice in to make my iced coffee previously, and this has been such an upgrade. Many people are saying they have dry grounds but I haven’t had that issue yet! The instructions do specifically say to shake the bottle and lay it on its side in the fridge. Once I make a new batch and pour the water in, I shake it and the water instantly turns a dark brown and I don’t lay it on its side, and I’ve always had good strong coffee with no dry grounds!The flavor is super strong. I drink a LOT of coffee so the size isn’t large enough for me, but I bought another large glass jar so I can make several batches and never run out while this is in the dishwasher.The mesh is very fine, so even though it recommends using course ground coffee I just use fine ground with no issues. I am no coffee connoisseur (I just like my caffeine) so I can’t comment on if that makes a difference for taste.

  2. Kelly K

    A friend recommended this coffee pitcher to me as I enjoy a good iced coffee ever so often. I didn’t think it was going to be any good but I thought I would give it a try. The instructions are easy to follow and I let the coffee ‘brew’ in the refrigerator for 24 hours (I prefer strong coffee). I was so impressed with how good this coffee was. It is also very easy to clean (added bonus).I have tried different types of coffee and they all work great. I just bought 2 more for my sister and a friend and they both are as addicted as I am. I love this and would recommend this to anyone who loves coffee.

  3. TXgardener

    Almost four years now of constant use for excellent coffee. I brew for 4-6 days in the fridge to get a strong concentrated smooth black coffee. Using distilled water for a coffee-only flavor, the result is then diluted in the cup with 50-70% more distilled water for a dark coffee that is still much stronger than you will ever get from a cup brewer. If I want a hot coffee, I’ll brew a cup, then top it up with concentrate for a much richer flavor. Black coffee is the best, don’t spoil it with dairy and sugar.I do have a spare center filter because it looked fragile, but still using the original after four years and hundreds of uses.

  4. truster38

    I purchased both this and the iced tea maker as a way to make my own beverages at home and save some money as well. They are both great products and you might be wondering if they are different at all.First of all, this product works great. Like all Japanese products, it feels high-quality. It is essentially a pitcher with a two-piece detachable filter and an airtight lid with basically two «notch» positions — closed and «open enough to pour,» though you’ll probably just take the lid off when you serve. The pitcher is oblong, which doesn’t come through in the pictures, so you can lay it on its side for brewing, which is recommended for the coffee maker. The handle is also big and thick, with a rubberized grip.The differences between this and the iced tea maker are basically that the filter material used feels different. This has a silky, denser mesh, while the iced tea maker is a more standard, coarse, more open mesh. You can buy replacements for either one. The iced tea maker has a method of pouring hot water directly into the maker for brewing that is not advertised for this one, although everything is exactly the same except for the filter so I’m pretty sure you can use that method with the coffee maker as well, although again the filter material itself is different. The iced tea maker also comes with a little cup that acts as a holder for the filter, which can stand up by itself when the lid is not screwed on. The coffee maker does not come with the cup. I also found that, in general, tea soaks up less water than coffee, so I had to take out the coffee maker halfway through the brew, maybe before I went to sleep, and fill it up with some more water, whereas I didn’t have to do that with the iced tea maker. I did find that the handle part of the pitcher where the lid screws in, the actual colored part, often feels slightly loose and made me feel like I had to tighten it slightly. Please note that only the color of this piece and the lid are different. The two-piece filter only comes in black no matter what color you choose. One piece of the filter screws into the lid and the actual filter part screws into that first piece. It has a flat bottom, so can stand-up by itself, as previously mentioned.Of course, this is a great airtight pitcher in and of itself, even when you’re not using the filter and just need something big to mix/shake a drink in and pour it. It takes about 2 cups of ground coffee to brew a full pitcher, and I have noticed the slightest bit of leaking as I use this maker. We’re talking a few drops after an overnight of brewing on its side and sealed airtight. If you close it all the way and hold it upside down, nothing is going to immediately leak unless you leave it that way for an extended period of time. It’s slightly harder to clean out the coffee maker just because coffee grounds are messier than tea, including some thick soupy buildup that you’re going to see at the top of the filter. Get ready to shake out about 95% of it into your trash can and rinse out the rest below a running sink. It’s also a little hard to find the exact perfect way to pour coffee grounds into the filter without spilling any, and I’ve settled on using a corner of the bag itself to do it. The iced tea maker seems to come in brighter colors than the coffee maker. Takeya also makes a spa water infuser version of this with a more open plastic filter, but you can easily use this or the coffee maker and just infusion spa water by dropping fruit directly into the water, without having to use the filters at all, which will give you a stronger flavor anyway.The instructions tell you to use medium roast beans, but I love blonde roasts the most and I have made very good cold brew with this. Just make sure you use filtered water obviously and not tap water since you are cold brewing this, and wash everything thoroughly after each use before re-brewing. I have found that flavored beans like vanilla or hazelnut taste absolutely amazing cold brewed with this maker. Please note that you will not yield a full 2 quarters of brewed coffee because the filter and the grounds take up alot of volume in the container. I can get about 3-4 large glasses.

  5. Isamu Kuwada

    THIS WOULD BE A TEN STAR REVIEW if it were possible! ! ! Recently my 10 year old coffee maker went out on me and I had to opt for St**b***’s $5.00 cup of diluted mud while I tried to make up my mind on what type of coffee maker to get. UGGGHHHHH — ABSOLUTELY NO COMPARISON! Iced coffee & cold brew ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT if done right. Instead of replacing my electric coffee maker, I decided to get myself a Takeya Cold Brewer because I enjoy Cold Brewed Coffee (CBC) a lot more and no matter what you get, Home Brewed is absolutely the two hands down WINNER in comparison to SB. I happened to be in a ‘goodwill-like’ store a week ago and found a NEW One Quart Takeya for just $5. I brought it home, washed it and immediately put it to use. I had my first mind blowing cup the following morning. Now I’m anxiously anticipating receiving the 2 Quart Takeya in a few days and really look forward to being able to brew enough to last up to a couple of weeks from it — more like a week’s amount of coffee. My choice of coffee is dark roasted, full flavored TopShelf Lion’s Maine Mushroom Coffee. The Lion’s Maine Nootropic in this coffee is a very welcome ingredient that’s highly effective.UPDATE: The Pairing of the Takeya Cold Brew Coffee Maker and my coffee of choice is producing the best coffee I have ever had and it’s beyond easy to brew a batch with substance (not diluted) that lasts more than a week unrefrigerated — nearly syrupy. I fill a 20 oz. BPA-free bottle 1/3 full with the CBC and put it in my freezer and once it’s frozen, I add my unchilled CBC to the bottle and Im good for the day. The flavor from this method is excellent, but more water can be added if you just want more brew to drink. Diluted, this brew still retains full flavor. Tons of caffeine to shift your morning into HIGH GEAR W/ CLARITY OF MIND, BUT WITHOUT ANY CRASH OR JITTERS. I guarantee that one sip will have you hooked for life — it really is this great!NOTE:I know everyone has their own personal favorite, but I’ve been hooked on the typically electric coffee maker brew of TopShelf Lion’s Maine Mushroom Coffee for about a year now and gone through more than 20 bags of this EXCELLENT coffee (since October 1, 2021) and look forward to many more. I’ve given a few away as gifts and all recipients have loved it. It is everything the seller says it is and it’s flavor is definitively Top Shelf, if you use the right amount of grinds with an electric coffee maker. If it’s bitter, you’re using too much grinds. I use a very little amount of Stevia and it’s perfect. IMO, this coffee IS SOOO SMOOTH that there is no need for any type of creamer. The Takeya really does make a great coffee greater!I’m from Hawai’i and have had the finest Kona Coffees available. When I’m in the mood, I create my own blend of Top Shelf & Kona coffee for extra special occasions.NOTE: if your current choice of coffee grinds are fine and you notice sendiment at the bottom of the Takeya Brewer just remember the expensive delicious chocolate covered coffee beans we coffee snobs enjoy — LOL. If the grinds are small enough to get through the fine mesh, stir or shake your drink up and it’ll go down without much noticing and if you don’t like that toss / waste your current stash and get yourself a bag of coarsly ground beans or just stick with your overpriced diluted beverage from SB’s. To each their own.

  6. alia

    I used to make cold brew in a French press until I discovered this amazing product. I own two — one at my place and one at my brother’s house when I visit. I’ve come to love my cold brew so much that I refuse to buy coffee from coffee shops. You can absolutely notice a difference in smoothness and taste compared to using a French press. Making hot coffee and letting it cool down is even worse. The filter is easy to clean — my only grip is pouring in the grinds can be a little challenging with the grinder I use. I bought a funnel and that solved the issue. The other thing I don’t do is place it on its side — it’s just fine standing up right. Highly recommend this!

  7. Charles H.

    After a couple trials I’ve learned a few things about making my own cold brew. First using a bag for the grounds to keep them towards the bottom of the built in filter, without it my cold brew was a lot lighter in color and not as flavorful, second it makes it really simple to clean. I made cold brew with espresso and learned that it’s a fine line between delicious cold brew and liquid death that made me afraid of coffee for the first time in my life. I used between 3/4 cup or a full cup of grounds and let it steep for no more than 16 hrs, for the perfect cold brew to my taste, more than a cup of grounds or more time steeping made an unholy liquid that had to be cut at minimum 3:1 with bottled water or drank at full strength to gain superhuman speed( but only for my beating heart).

  8. Kaitlin

    My roommate and I have been avid cold brew drinkers for years now but have always been very lazy in learning to make our own coffee and instead resorted to either getting bottles of Stok cold brew from the store (which costs about $5-7/per bottle) or getting cold brew coffee from Starbucks. I am trying to be more sustainable and save money this year and thought a great place to start would be learning to make my own cold brew at home instead of buying premade bottles. I came across this cold brew maker on TikTok and thought for the price it was worth a shot! The setup was very easy as you just measure out 2 cups of coffee and fill the container with water. We waited about 18+ hours (you only need to let it sit for 12 but can go up to 24), occasionally shaking the bottle, before making our first cup and WOW THAT STUFF IS STRONG (which is a great thing for me because I have a terrible sleep schedule). Even with diluting the concentrate, we found that not only was it stronger than what we got at the store but the flavor was so much better! Making our coffee has never been easier as we just quickly prep it the night before and then dilute the concentrate in the morning before serving. The only thing to note is that removing the coffee grounds from the filter is a little difficult as it compresses when removing it from the water so you really have to work to shake/scrape all the grounds out of the filter before washing and reusing. We love our cold brew maker and are ecstatic at how easy it is to make cold brew along with saving us a ton of money. Highly recommend you give it a try!

  9. ButterflySKJ

    I really like how easy this is to make Cold Brew. It substantially reduces how much $ I spend on coffee. I drink coffee bc I need the caffeine, not bc I absolutely love the taste. But using this jar along with Community Coffee has made me love coffee so much more. It’s very smooth coffee. I don’t put in a full 2 cups of coffee. I find the last 3/4ths of a cup that I put in, never gets wet. But that’s okay, I just strep it longer! Be sure to read that you aren’t supposed to use the coffee in the jar at full strength…I almost missed that step.

  10. Rosalind K.

    My mistake for giving a bad review. I contacted them. They responded quickly and told me how to screw the filter into the lid so it won’t let the coffee grounds leak out. They were very helpful. This works well now and I want to be sure I did not leave a bad review up for others to read.

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