If your coffee comes in a can, just stop reading right now. We can't help you.
But if you're the kind of person willing to do the hard work for velvety, nuanced java, we've got good news.
Meet the Cold Bruer, a compact device that makes the complex coffee nerdery of slow-drip brewing simple.
And simple it really is: Water goes in the top borosilicate glass chamber, and ground coffee goes in the middle. And about 3 to 12 hours later, brewed coffee comes out the bottom.
Yes. Hours. That's the price you pay for cult-worthy coffee.
And since this is a Kickstarter project, you'll have to cool your jets until January, when it ships. In the meantime, you could shell out for one of those other tall contraptions that look like something out of the cook lab in Breaking Bad.
But it's better if you just learn to wait.