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Body Brew Bod Cold Brew
$79.00 $89.95
Body Brew Bod Cold Brew
Cold brew coffee is easy to brew and store, thanks to the Body Brew Bod Cold Brew coffee maker. This all-in-one device is made of three primary parts: the brew chamber, the extract chamber, and the micro-mesh stainless steel filter. To make up to 700ml of cold brew concentrate, simply...
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Cold Brew coffee has been a growing trend among coffee enthusiasts for some time. It has moved from fringe to mainstream as more and more coffee consumers have become aware and accepting of this method of coffee preparation. BodyBrew has been developing their BOD system for more than a decade. During that time, much research has shown French Press and Espresso coffee to be high in Cafestol, a cholesterol elevating compound and tannic acids which can cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.

Body BrewThe BOD portable cold brew coffeemaker system from BodyBrew is an easy way to prepare do-it-yourself cold brew coffee. BodyBrew’s patented easy-to-use BOD system is claimed to extract up to fifteen percent more caffeine and aromatic compounds than traditional methods with less Cafestol, bitter flavours or tannic acid. This results in a smooth tasting, highly concentrated coffee with a refrigerated shelf-life of up to two weeks. The BOD device consists of three main components; the extract chamber, the brew chamber, and the micro-mesh stainless steel coffee filter. It is as easy-to-use as placing your coffee grounds into the steel filter, adding cold water and leaving the mixture to brew for 12-24 hours depending on your desired concentration. After brewing, the device is inverted and the cold brewed coffee concentrate will then filter into the extract chamber. The BOD system is efficient and streamlined; it alleviates the need for filters and extra equipment like scales. This makes it a very cost-effective method of cold brewing coffee. For those preferring hot coffee, the cold brew concentrate can be heated directly or diluted with boiling water, to taste.

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