Driving past the line at Starbucks the other day, it became clear what our audience might need most. Sure, spending $8.00 on overpriced coffee is fun, but we have the perfect solution for those looking for ways to save some money. Think about it, if you spend $8.00 a day on Starbucks coffee, that’s almost $3,000 per year! In times like this, we all can agree a few thousand dollars goes a long way.
Now that we’ve gone through the numbers, you’re probably wondering about the next step. For all of our iced coffee-fanatics out there, there are a few gadgets to help you save money and make a perfect morning brew.
Skip the line and save your hard-earned cash. Here are two popular tools to make that “drive-thru” iced coffee at home.
With over 4,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, the Mr. Coffee iced coffee maker ranks up with the best. Not to mention the price point of $24.99, it’s definitely worth the initial investment.
For those on the go, this iced coffee maker only takes 4 minutes for a complete brew. Your purchase also comes complete with a “double-wall insulated, BPA-free tumbler,” which “keeps iced coffee colder longer and reduces sweating.”
Pre-made cold brew is an excellent option if you’re typically rushing to get out the door in the morning. Note: cold brew does take up to 24 hours to brew, so you need to plan. But, once your cold brew is ready to go, the Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker will hold up to a gallon of cold brew. A gallon of coffee should last up to a full week!
This cold brew coffee maker also features a “fine mesh filter to ensure no coffee grounds or residue get in your drink.” As long as you can remember to plan out your cold brew accordingly, having a gallon of coffee ready to go is always a tremendous at-home option.