Somebody sent me this link to check out, so obviously I bought one to try out and see if it's any good.
It's basically a slow-drip cold brew maker, where you put ice water in the top, and it drips down through the grounds at 45 drops a minute, so it takes about 2 hours to make a cup of coffee, which is really slow, but if you get it started on your desk a couple hours before you drink it, you can kind of immerse yourself in watching the process of making coffee on the micro level. Like an hourglass.
What I find really appealing is that it's a really minimalist system that's all integrated together. The filter that holds the grounds can be removed and the lid attaches to the bottom and it becomes a travel mug.
The concept seems like a good idea, and making drip cold brew at my desk sounds super convenient, but it might be one of those things that is better in theory than in execution.
Stay tuned for a review.