Cuisinart DCB-10P1 Automatic Cold Brew Coffeemaker with 7-Cup Glass Carafe, Black/Stainless

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About this item 7-cup glass carafe with removable stainless steel filter lid makes ready-to-drink cold brew Coffee in as little as 25-45 minutes Strength Selector for mild (25 min), medium(35 min) and bold(45 min) Clear brewing chamber; removable water tank and Coffee filter basket for easy filling and cleaning Coffee release lever with indicator light. MC Cubic Feet: 1.569 Glass carafe can be used to store Coffee in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks All removable parts are dishwasher safe; Limited 3-year warranty


From the manufacturer

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Model # DCB-10P1 DCC-4000P1 CPO-800P1 CPO-850P1 DCC-3400P1 DCC-3200P1
Carafe 7-Cup Glass 12-Cup Glass 8-Cup Glass 8-Cup Thermal 12-Cup Thermal 14-Cup Glass
Hotter Coffee

Strength Control

Adjustable Carafe Temperature

Controls Push Button Push Button Push Button Push Button Push Button Push Button
24-Hour Programmable

Auto-Off 0-4 Hours 0-4 Hours

0-4 Hours
Clean Function

Gold-Tone Filder

Laser-etched Stainless Steel Laser-etched Stainless Steel





7 Cups


Silver and Black

Product Dimensions

11.65 x 15.28 x 8.9 inches

Special Feature


Coffee Maker Type

Moka Pot


Stainless Steel

Filter Type


Specific Uses For Product

Cold Brew

Item Weight

6 pounds

Included Components

glass carafe^coffee maker^coffee filter basket


1100 watts



Model Name

Automatic Cold Brew

Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Standard Packaging





Item model number


Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#21,840 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #70 in Coffee Machines

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July 6, 2017



11 отзывов на Cuisinart DCB-10P1 Automatic Cold Brew Coffeemaker with 7-Cup Glass Carafe, Black/Stainless

  1. Daniel Konieczka

    I like this product because it makes good cold brew coffee and its innovative design.I have a few tips for owners of this product.1)Cleaning:After rinsing out the filter with warm water,I fill the reservoir with warm water and dish soap and run a brew cycle with the filter running in the warm soapy water.After that I rinse the soapy waterout with tap water,and run another cycle with clear water.I then drain everything into the coffee pot to keep that filter clean also.2)Making cold brew concentrate to maxamize coffee valueIf you are not in a hurry for your cold brew run a couple cycles and let it sit for a few hours.I found when I do this I can dilute the coffee with water 50/50 ratio to double my cold brew per oz of coffee grounds ratio.I see the price has dropped to $50.A replacement filter is $40.If you want a replacement filter,you should just buy a second unit for $10 more.

  2. Jeff

    As someone who suffers from acid reflux, I was hesitant to drink more coffee. But after purchasing the Cuisinart DCB-10 Automatic Cold Brew Coffeemaker in 2020, I have to say, it has completely changed my coffee-drinking experience.Gone are the days of chugging down antacids with my morning cup of joe. The Cuisinart DCB-10 produces a smooth, low-acid cold brew that is easy on the stomach and still packs a flavorful punch. And with its easy-to-use design and automatic shut-off feature, I can set it and forget it, knowing that my cold brew will be ready and waiting for me after my morning shower.One of the drawbacks of the Coffeemaker is that it can be a bit of a pain to clean. The grounds can be difficult to dump out, so I’ve taken to just dumping them in the sink and rinsing them down the drain. The coffee filter is also a bit of a hassle to clean, so I’ve found it easiest to just toss it in the dish washer with the rest of my dishes. While a slight annoyance, it’s still worth it.So if you’re like me and have struggled to find a coffee option that won’t leave you with heartburn, give the Cuisinart DCB-10 a try. You won’t be disappointed.

  3. J. Hinojos

    I have been making my own cold brew coffee at home for years now and to be quite honest it’s always been somewhat of a chore. I could never find a decent ready made cold coffee option anywhere (other than buying a Trenta from Starbucks every couple of days but we all know how quickly expensive that can get). And most of the cold brew coffees out there have this very acidy metal taste like your sucking on a mouthful of nickels (sorry but true). This prompted me to make my own batch, mostly for better flavor. Most decent cold brew methods take 12-24 hours for the process. And clean up is quite the endeavor. But for a great tasting and bold flavored cup of cold joe, it was worth the task. After several years I started to think that there had to be something out there that speeded up the process without sacrificing on flavor. I went through several concoctions, some that almost fit the bill, and some that were just a waste of time. And then this glimmer of hope found it’s way into my life and Amazon notifications. I jumped on the offer and crossed my fingers one more time in hopes of finding the right cold coffee companion. I thought Cuisineart is pretty top notch, maybe they got it right. After the package delivered and I went through the set up process and finally brewed my first cold coffee pitcher on a late mid week night not really planning to drink my first cup until the next morning. Watching the process was pretty awesome. After years of making my own brew I watched this maker hit all of the key elements of getting all of the flavor out of coffee. The coffee grounds were always submersed in the cold water (my pet peeve about brewers not doingnthis). The coffee holder spins, yes SPINS, while brewing to move the grounds around. There are multiple options for brew strength (I am always a solid bold). And when completed you flip a lever and the coffee drains right into your serving pitcher. And SPINS one more time to release all of the coffee! Sorry I am fascinated by this thing. Clean up was a breeze compared to my old methods. And into the fridge my practically first born child went. Finally on the following morning I mustered up the courage to make my first cup (okay I was tossing and turning all night like the night before Christmas). I noticed right away that the color was dark. To me a good indicator of a bold brew. I made my regular mix with half & half and sugar and just went for it without sipping it straight to see if it was legit. Wow. Just wow. Finally. I found it. If you appreciate a good solid well flavored cup of cold coffee with minimal brewing time and clean up, this brewer is for you. If you had the patience to read this whole review (which I hardly do unless I am passionate enough about something to share with the world) take one more minute to click «Add to Cart» and let your cold coffee dreams take flight.

  4. Danielle Kawamura

    This machine is brilliant! I got it because my husband and I go through at least 2 bottles of cold brew each week, especially in the summer months. We were trying to keep up with making our own, but between the prep and time it would take, we eventually returned to just buying it prepared.This was actually a treasure truck deal that I decided to try with absolutely no regrets at this point. I actually did not have high expectations as the prepared cold brew brand we liked was pretty good (Stok), but figured it couldn’t hurt. We’ve had this machine for about 3 months now and it works like a dream. It’s very easy to use, (we didn’t even really read the instructions), and very easy to clean.The most significant reason we love it is the flavor of having freshly made cold brew. We prefer either the whole bean Carribou Coffee or Kona Coffees and generally use the “Bold” coffee strength. The machine essentially spins longer for a stronger brew selection and less long for a milder flavor. We also tried using the ground version of these coffees but the flavor profile was much weaker and no where near as good.For the pros I would say:*Easy to use*Easy to clean*Decreases cold brew prep time from 24-48 hours to 1 hour or less*Reasonably priced (occasionally goes on sale too)*Makes 7 cups of cold brew (when you fill 1 cup past the last line) this is because some of the water is absorbed by the beans.*Doesn’t take up much counter space*Has 3 flavor profiles (mild, med, bold) spinning less time (mild) to longer (bold)*More cost effective to prepare at home*(Opinion) better tasting cold brew when freshThe cons:*This machine isn’t super loud but it’s not quiet either, the noise made when spinning is definitely the main detractor for this product.*The machine takes about 45 minutes to make a batch of cold brew on the Bold setting, less for milder settings. But still much less than 24+ hours.Overall we are really happy with this machine and the money we are saving coupled with the flavor profile of having it fresh. I would and have definitely recommended to friends, coworkers and family.

  5. Maureen

    Okay, maybe not all my life. I started drinking cold brewed coffee in 2002, after having given up coffee all together due to the acid’s impact on my stomach. A coffee roaster friend told me about cold brew and explained how to put the course ground beans in a pitcher, covering with water, stirring with a chopstick and letting it sit for 24 -72 hours. And that’s how I made it for years. As cold brew became more main stream and showing up in places like Starbucks, cold brewing systems starting showing up and becoming more affordable. I’ve tried a lot of them. And really have liked a few. So when this showed up on the Treasure Truck, I was intrigued. What…I don’t have to wait forever? Actually I was making it and filling up a pitcher in the fridge — which seldom ever really got full, unless I brewed in 2 systems at the same time.I read the various reviews (seriously, the filters aren’t paper and I don’t understand how people punctured through them). Since I was already accustomed to waiting, I have tried a few things to help produce that really strong, dark brew concentrate I love. I fill the basket to the MAX (or just above it). Before putting the cover on the basket, I pour water over the grounds. Then I pull out a chopstick (just moves through it best for me) and stir, making sure all grounds are wet. Pull the basket out, put the lid on it, fill water to the MAX line, put the cover over it and let it sit while I’m at work. When I come home, I spin it and drain it to the pot. I let it sit there for about an hour or so to help the silty settle to the bottom so that when I pour it into the pitcher it mostly remains behind. What a smooth brew. It’s been a couple weeks and I’m so happy I bought this!

  6. Charlie Myers

    I love that this device takes only 30-45 minutes and it makes as good a cold brew as my 12-24 hour pour-and-wait method.Cleaning is fairly easy, but there are a lot of pieces and a few tight corners. At least it’s all dishwasher safe. The filter-basket is also a little harder to clean out by hand than I’d like — I wish the top and bottom came off. The secondary filter in the carafe is usually not needed, but it’s a «nice to have» and you could theoretically put a paper filter in there too if you’re one of the people who finds coffee oils to be a problem.It’s not as fast as a drip maker, but if you’re making cold brew you’re probably used to waiting a day (or buying wildly overpriced store-bought).The water:coffee ratio recommended by the machine is ~1:25, which is OK… but I’d recommend not filling the water up as much as they recommend. I can fit ~65 grams of coffee in the filter, and it holds 7 cups of water — so it tastes a little too watered down. You can’t use much less water or the water won’t fill to the right point in the filter basket, so experiment. I’ve started to fill the filter to 65 g of coffee, leave it open in the machine, pour water up to the point it covers the coffee, and then closing the filter up. It’s a cup or so less water, and it makes it taste just strong enough for my taste. I always run it on the longest setting (~45 minutes, + ~5 minutes to drain).I make 1:11 ratio normally when I’m making cold brew by hand, but I end up watering it down a little bit. People generally like 1:12 to 1:18 for black coffee.

  7. LaChampitaLaChampita

    I think I have tried every method of making cold brew. Even the «quick» version in a nitro keg. When I first heard of this, I thought it was silly because cold brew is easy to make. Once my second baby came along and I kept forgetting to set out my cold brew, I bought this for a fast fix.I took a few months before writing a review, but now I can honestly say LOVE this machine! I can also say that it has some drawbacks, but it’s still worth it for what it has saved me many a coffee shop drive-thru and Postmates orders.This is how I’ve got it to work for me:-Ignore the instructions to scoop in coffee ground and fill the filter up to the max line. Otherwise, it will probably be weak.-Always brew on ‘Bold’-Order an extra filter directly from Cuisinart because the one that comes with it is flimsy. Mine got a hole in 3 weeks. Embarrassingly, I tried to make do by lining it with a paper filter… Nope. That doesn’t work. Spins right out of place. The replacement is much more sturdy.-After every 2-3 uses, soak it in hot, soapy water and let it continue soaking overnight.-Sometimes I have to release the lever twice, but that’s when the coffee grounds are too fine. To prevent this, have a local coffee shop grind the coffee, unless you have something better than those cheap blade grinders. But I only have a cheap blade grider, so I just deal with it.Since I’m used to it now, I can honestly say it’s my favorite thing about my kitchen. Well… maybe second only to my blender. Maybe tied? Wathever. It’s still faster for me to get my cold brew than waiting in a coffee shop line.

  8. Phil’s Favorites

    I have made cold brew every day the ‘old fashioned’ way, for a few years now. Initially the ‘fridge’, 3-day route, then the room temperature, over-night method. In general 72 hrs in the fridge is smoothest, 36-48 hrs room temp comes close. This machine runs a close 3rd place. But I find the results quite drinkable. By my experience I would place the ‘cold-brew’ this pot produces at about 1/2-way between true cold-brew and, say, the best french-press or drip (hence the 4 stars instead of 5 — because it’s not quite true cold-brew taste). I tried a competitor’s version (try searching for «tornado»), and it had severe limitations. This machine overcomes those main limitations by using a second post-brew filter in the lid of the carafe that filters out most of the ‘mud’ during the pour (avid cold-brewers will get my reference). I’m keeping this to augment the days I fall behind schedule on my cold-brewing prep, and expect I’ll be using this machine to augment long-process brewing perhaps 1/2 the time without feeling like I’m missing out. At first the «investment» for this seemed extravagant — you can cold-brew with a $3 setup if you’re even slightly ‘craft-y’ — but this is a nice-looking machine, and the ‘bold’ setting of this pot has me sold now, so it’s won me over. If I ever learn of a friend who’s a cold-brew convert, I now have their christmas present set for next year.—Came back to add a 5th star. The ‘trick’ is to brew the night before (medium, not bold), then let it sit in the brewer all night. Next morning, press the blue dispense button that dispenses the brew into the carafe. This produced cold-brew that to me was (almost) indistinguishable from the long-term brews I make. Not 3-day+ really-good stuff, but at least approaches my 48-hour version.

  9. Amanda

    I purchased this product when it was available on sale through the Amazon “Treasure Truck”, and it really is a treasure! I love my iced coffee, but don’t really want to spend the money to buy coffee several days a week at my local Starbucks or DD. I have a Keurig, which is nice for hot coffee, but not as good for making iced coffee since when the coffee is hot and you pour it over ice, the ice melts and greatly waters down the coffee making it lose its rich flavor.This Cuisinart Cold Brew machine is easy to use, brews my coffee to the strength I like it, and is easy to clean afterwards. I will brew 2 full (7 cup) pots of coffee at the beginning of the week, pour the cup I am going to drink that day, and then refrigerate the remainder so I don’t have to spend the time each day making another pot. I find my strength preference to be 10 scoops of coffee grounds brewed on the medium setting for the first pot, and then adding 2 more scoops of coffee grounds and brewing the second batch on strong/bold does the trick. I put both pots in the same carafe so that the two pots get mixed together and the coffee turns out FABULOUSLY!!I am so happy that I bought this Cuisinart Cold Brew coffee machine, and would recommend it to anyone who is considering the purchase of a Cold Brew machine for themselves.

  10. Kindle Customer

    This is comparable to the overnight cold brew I would do. I needed something that would make a big batch of cold brew in a short amount of time. To go from at least 12 hours to 45 mins is great. Easy to use and clean. I’ve had no complaints. I set it and in 45 mins it’s done.

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