Cold Brew Iced Tea Makers

Cold brewing iced tea at home is easy but sometimes it can be a little messy. Here are eight iced tea makers to make refreshing cold brew iced tea at home, fuss-free.

Iced tea makers

Making cold brew iced tea is super simple and really, the best way to have iced tea. It’s smooth, tastes great, has less caffeine, and you don’t have to boil any water.

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But making cold brew at home can be a little messy if you don’t have the right container.

The right container should be clear with a strainer that can be removed and cleaned easily.

Clean up is a breeze since you can just remove the strainer and the tea leaves once cold brewed.

Just a tip, if you want to have a constant rotation of cold brews in the refrigerator all summer get two of the same iced tea makers.

Good loose tea can be cold brewed again. You can take a look at the tea leaves after the overnight steep. If it looks like it hasn’t completely unfurled, you can use it again.

Here are my picks of eight iced tea makers (which are also iced coffee makers).

Iced tea pitcher

Cold Brew Tea Maker

I love the giant stainless steel strainer in this iced tea maker that you can to fill up with tea and fruit if you want a fruity cold brewed iced tea. Comes with a scoop.

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Cold brew pitcher

Bodum Cold Brew Ice Coffee/Tea Maker

I really like bodum products and this is no exception. Made of stainless steel and glass. Instead of a strainer, this cold brew iced tea maker has a plunger lid so the tea leaves will be pushed down once ready to drink. (With this one, I would drink the tea within 1-2 days so that the leaves aren’t over-brewed.

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Hario Iced tea maker

Hario Cold Brew Jug

Everyone in the tea industry loves this cold brew jug from Hario. Comes in different colored lids when unscrewed, reveals a strainer inside. The container is glass and has a minimal look, which I like.

Cold brew maker

Glass Tea Maker

This iced tea maker has a long removable filter and makes 4 cups of cold brewed iced tea.

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Hario Cold Brew Carafe

Sleek, glass carafe with a stainless steel strainer/lid. The size is perfect for refrigerator door shelves and since this doesn’t have a handle, it takes up less room.

iced tea infuser

Cold Brew Glass Pitcher

Cold brew tea pitcher made of glass and removable mesh filter. Can be used to make both hot and cold tea.

Iced tea maker

Tea Infuser with Spout

Glass carafe with stainless steel filter and lid can be used for hot and cold tea. Comes in 1 liter and 1.5 liter sizes.

cold brew iced tea maker

Takeya Cold Brew Maker

They insist it’s a cold brew coffee maker in the description but it’s exactly the same as the iced tea maker. Made of BPA free plastic, the cold brew maker has a nice sized filter you can fill with fruit and tea for fruit infused tea.


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  • A perfect day for iced tea!

  • Jee (Oh, How Civilized)
    6 years ago

    Georgia, it was!

  • 6 years ago

    Thanks for including our Iced Tea Maker in your roundup. Do you have a favorite iced tea?

  • Jee (Oh, How Civilized)
    6 years ago

    Hi Takeya, love your iced tea maker! No favorite iced tea since they're all my favorites!

  • Diane
    6 years ago

    Jee, thank you for posting about the iced tea makers. I plan on buying one of the Takeya brand as a gift. It's the same concept as the cold brew coffee which we love.

  • Jee (Oh, How Civilized)
    6 years ago

    Hi DIane, I love the design and the look of the Takeya ice tea maker. You should get one for yourself top!

  • Mary Kondrath
    8 months ago

    I’m just getting started with cold brewing my iced tea and am anxious to find out how delicious it is. Thank you for the list of your favorite iced tea makers. The one I purchased today is not on your list, but if I like this cold brewing, I will likely come back to your list and buy a larger one.

    • Jee
      8 months ago

      Hi Mary, cold brewing is the best! It’s so much better than making hot tea then cooling it down.

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