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Ninja Hot & Cold Brewed System – CP301

5 out of 5 stars on with 26 customer reviews

I ♥ this coffee maker!”
“For at-home coffee, I was using a french press for hot coffee and making batches of cold brew with a giant pitcher. The french press is great – until you have company and you need something that will make more and stay warm. The cold brew system I had was okay, but it seemed to waste a lot of coffee grounds. Plus, I had to wait for 18 hours for it to steep. I was skeptical about the cold brew feature on this machine, but it turns out really good! It uses less coffee grounds than the cold brew system I had been using and is easier to clean up. I’ve tried the classic, rich brew, and cold brew settings on this machine, and all were great. I’ve had this system for about 2 weeks and love it so far! If there’s a con, it’s the filter. I like the idea of the permanent filter, but I will say that it leaves more sediment in your coffee cup than a paper filter. If you’re used to a french press, you’ll think it’s fine. I did switch to a courser grind and that reduced the sediment a bit. It’s still better if you use a paper filter. I haven’t used the specialty setting or tea settings yet. I also love attached milk frother. I was getting the cold foam cold brews at Starbucks and now I can make them at home! If you’re looking for a new coffee maker that makes various brews and sizes I highly recommend this machine!” — KLaLa