Cold Brew Coffee Made Easy

Cold Brew Coffee Made Easy with Asobu

Cold Brew Coffee Made Easy

Beauty Brite Disclosure

Since moving back home to California, most of my stuff is still packed away. In the meantime, I’ve been enjoying iced coffees and frappes from a fast food place that is nearby. I don’t always need my caffeine fix but when I do, I prefer iced coffee!

Since cold brew is hot right now, I wanted to start making it again! I’ve made a version of cold brew a few years ago, and it was so much time and effort. I believe I only made a few batches before I gave up!

Do you love iced coffee? See how Asobu does the hard work for you! Cold Brew Coffee Made Easy!

Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker pieces

I love the simple and modern design of the Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker. There are 5 parts to the entire brewer.

Asobu carafe

The carafe comes with a leak-proof lid, which means you can take it with you and enjoy throughout the day! It is a 32 oz. capacity stainless steel serving carafe!

I brew the cold brew to make my own iced coffee which you can blend or enjoy as is.

The instructions that are included with the Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker are a bit difficult to understand, so I follow the instructions listed on The Grommet.

Are you ready to start brewing? All you need is your own ground coffee to get started.

Brewing Instructions:
Each brew makes 24 oz. of coffee. 6 tablespoons of coarse coffee grounds and 3 cups of cold filtered water are required for brewing.

Open the lid of the clear brewer leaving the mesh filter inside.

Put 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds in the filter and slowly pour 1 cup of water over the grounds in a circular motion, wetting all the grounds. Repeat this process twice with the remaining coffee grounds.

Close the lid of the brewer tightly. Close the air hole with the sliding tab in the lid.
Steep coffee for 12-24 hours at room temperature.

When brewing is complete, open the tab on the lid and push the flow release button to transfer coffee into the attached carafe.

Unscrew carafe and add ice cubes to cool.

Cold Brew Coffee in Asobu

I am so thankful to have discovered how easy it is to brew my own cold brew! Cold brew coffee made easy for sure!

I have brewed my own brew three times in less than two weeks. I enjoy at least one iced mocha each day! It is such a treat and it really saves me money from buying a frappe!

Many of us have our own coffee maker, but do you have your own cold brewer?

Before my Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker arrived, I purchased ground coffee and chocolate syrup! I already have almond milk to use, however, you welcomed to use the milk you prefer.

Asobu Cold Brew Coffee Maker in hand

I found so many recipes to try. Here is a modified version that fits my own taste. This is my delicious treat!

Easy Iced Mocha Recipe

3-4 oz. cold brewed coffee
3-4 oz milk (soy or almond)
2 oz. chocolate syrup
Dash of Cinnamon
4-6 ice cubes

Directions: Add coffee, milk, syrup, ice cubes, and cinnamon in a shaker bottle. Shake and enjoy!

As I mentioned earlier, you can use a blender or a shaker bottle. I’m lazy, so I use a shaker bottle to mix everything and enjoy from there. I recently started adding a dash of cinnamon for that extra flavor! Do you love iced coffee too? How do you personalize your drink?

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How would you enjoy your cold brew? Are you ready to make your own cold brew? Cold Brew Coffee Made Easy!

About Admin

Stephanie is a full time single mom to a teen with Autism. She is a homeowner and starting a new chapter! Feel free to contact Stephanie for more information on how she can help your company.


  1. Kennedy says

    I love my cold brew! I’ve been looking to make my own cold brew at home. This brewer looks simple and easy to use!

  2. Elizabeth Parham says

    Mine did not come with instructions.

    • Admin says

      I thought so too but there was a little pamphlet hidden within the filter.

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