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My all time favorite is cold brew - just throw grinds and water into the fridge the night before, and in the morning it’s the best thing ever. But I hate cleaning up my brew jar afterwards, so I rarely make it. I use Keurig instead - only one cup to wash after, and honestly I will reuse the same cup for an entire week without washing it.
Try cold brew, I think you might love it. (Best during summer months, obviously). I got my cold brew jar on Amazon.
Edit: this one
cold brew maker
Consider that one as if you break the jar, you can easily replace it instead of something proprietary. I have a friend who uses it and loves it.
I bought one of these Cold Brewer Still need a paper filter for the bottom of the batch but works really well. Requires coarse or French Press grind, so again the need for a grinder.
I've done a few home setups using mesh strainers and cheese cloth and nut milk bags (heh heh heh). Tired of the tedium I started looking and once I saw this I knew I found my solution.
Cold Brew Coffee Maker - 2 Quart [link]
I bought more Mason jars at Walmart (since their not proprietary for the strainer) and I'll cold brew a batch of coffee, pull the strainer and do a batch of cold brew tea.