This post is sponsored by Mason Jar Lifestyle.
It happens every spring. I go from loving a cup of hot tea or coffee in the morning, to someone who can only deal with iced drinks (I blame the Philadelphia humidity).
My favorite way to make these iced morning drinks to cold brew them in mason jars. It’s a simple process of putting ground coffee (I use 4 ounces of ground coffee in a quart jar) or loose leaf tea (2-3 tablespoons) in a jar, covering the grounds or leaves with water and letting them steep overnight.
I’ve been through a number of cold brew coffee and tea set-ups and techniques over the years, but I think it’s fair to say that this new stainless Cold Brew Coffee and Tea Maker from Mason Jar Lifestyle has totally changed my game.
The filters come sized to fit wide mouth pints, quarts, and half gallon jars and make the process of cold brewing so easy. The leaves and grounds are contained so that when steeping is done, you can remove the filter with little mess.
Each filter also comes with a stainless lid and two silicone seals to ensure that you can brew without leaking all over.
Disclosure: Mason Jar Lifestyle is a Food in Jars partner and contributes financially to the upkeep of this site. The cold brew filters you see pictured here were provided at no cost to me. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely my own.