Save 45% on this accelerated cold brew maker that's perfect for hot summer days

We all know the way a cup of coffee can immediately jump start our day. Yet, we also know that for many, coffee is…well, an acquired taste. Coffee has bite. It's also pretty acidic and not always everybody's idea of a good time beverage-wise.

That's part of why the cold brew phenomenon has taken hold in recent years. Cold brew is sweeter, smoother and almost two-thirds less acidic than hot coffee. Maybe more importantly, cold brews also has the advantage of being healthier, including compounds that may reduce your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and even Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.

Of course, the process of reducing that acidity is part of why cold brew generally takes so much longer to make. Since it's a pain to wait up to 24 hours for your beverage, the Gourmia Digital Accelerated Cold Brew Coffee Maker is cutting that time down, from hours to as little as only 4 minutes.

Despite that blinding speed, the Gourmia is as simple to use as most coffee makers. Simply fill the Gourmia with grounds, choose one of four brew strengths, push the button and wait a couple hundred seconds. You can also add ice to activate the chill cycle, an exclusive system that circulates coffee over the ice basket so you can enjoy your coffee icy cold without further diluting your brew. 

Cleanup is quick with the system's easily removable parts. By lifting the valve at the bottom, you can give the unit a simple rinse to remove any old coffee grounds.

In addition to the improved taste and a cold brew's impressive health benefits, the drink also settles easier on the stomach and doesn't cause the yellow coffee staining on teeth that everybody hates. 

The Gourmia Digital Accelerated Cold Brew Coffee Maker is perfect for those who don't want to plan out their cold brew situation the night before. Retailing for $109, you can save almost half off the price of this maker with the current offer, cutting the price down to only $59.99.

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