Cold brew is currently one of the hottest trends in the coffee world. Typically, baristas make the beverage by steeping coffee grounds in room temperature or cold water for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. Then, they strain the mixture to remove the grounds before serving. The lengthy process is said to result in a mellow brew that’s less acidic and more full-bodied than your typical coffee. Now, a home appliance company called FirstBuild says it’s created a machine that reportedly produces a refreshing carafe of cold brew in only 10 minutes.
According to FirstBuild (whose parent company, Fortune points out, is GE Appliances), the Prisma Cold Brew Coffeemaker uses a special vacuum pump to expedite the infusing process. That way, you won’t have to wait hours to enjoy your drink.
Prisma provides you with four 6-ounce cups of cold brew in one sitting. It’s currently available for pre-order on Indiegogo, where it has already reached at least 75 percent of its $150,000 fundraising goal. If fully funded by the end of the month, the Prisma will be ready to hit the market by September 2017. Prices start at $229.
To see the Prisma in action, watch the promotional video below.
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