Options for Alternative Coffee Filters
Besides cloth and paper, there are many alternative coffee filters options that are fantastic. Check some out on your next Brazilian coffee.
Real mojo lovers can’t find a better way of appreciating their brewster than making their own. The process of learning and mastering coffee making doesn’t have to be – and is not – a painful one. Rather, it can be an enjoyable and most satisfying hobby that you can share with friends and loved ones.
As an Alternative Coffee Filters to paper and cloth, a curious-oriented fan will be able to find many options on the market.
- Golden varieties of most filters models
- Stainless Steel varieties of most filters models
- Various options for K-Cup reusable filters
- Different types of press filters
Following is a list of examples that can both illustrate that idea and also orient you buying research:
Alternative Coffee Filters
|Medelco #4 Cone Permanent Filter|
|Osaka, Titanium Coated, Gold Pour Over Cone Dripper, Reusable Stainless Steel Filter for Osaka, Chemex,…|
|Bartelli Paperless Pour Over Coffee Dripper and Brewer – Permanent Reusable Stainless Steel Filter – Single Serve…|
|2 Cup Coffee Brewer with Pour Over Stainless Steel Dripper|
2 Pack Cuisinart Gtf-b Gold Tone Coffee Filter 8-12 Cup Permanent Basket Style
|K-CUP REUSABLE OPTIONS|
|Permanent Universal Single-Cup Replacement Coffee Filter, Set of 2|
|Premium 24K Gold Reusable K-Cup Filter for Keurig 2.0 / 1.0 Series Small Single Serve Coffee Machine K-Cup|
|EZ-cup the K-cup Alternative That Is Easy to Use and Easy to Clean|
Vietnamese Coffee Filter Press. Screw Down Insert. Dripper Mechanism. Made in Vietnam. Sizes S, M, or L in 1,…
A buyer can be amazed and overwhelmed with so many different coffee filter options.
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Oh Awesome I knew there must be better ways to filter my coffee, thank you so much for putting this review out there and putting out all the different products on one page. I am not much of a researcher so I saved myself a bunch of time.I think I am going to go with the Osaka one, lets find out how good it is.
Thanks for sharing you thoughts.
This covers a large section of my questions regarding the proper way of filtering my coffee. We are very fond of our morning coffee, no day should start without a cup. I have used paper filters for years was unaware of the many other options available. Now the only question is where to begin?
It seems that, like, me, you prefer dripped coffee. My personal preferences are the metal filters. I suggest you start from the less expensive ones and upgrade as you find your way through. Thanks for sharing you experience.. Cheers!
I guess I didn’t realize there are other coffee filter out there. This is awesome as I drink coffee every morning. I do have a Keurig, so would the K-cups fit my machine? Also, which one do you think it better to use? the EZ Cup does look pretty easy to use! Thanks for the ideas, I am going to look at them now.
Yes, K-Cups are the nick name for filters that fit on Keurig machines. Keep in mind that there are 2 types and you need buy the ones that fit your machine.
Choosing which to to buy depends a bit on your style as a coffee drinker. The ones that already come with the coffee inside are give you less control, but are much easier to handle all around. If you like to control de quality of your coffee, you can opt for either the disposable Keurig cups or the reusable K-cups. The last two have just the difference of price against having to take care of, and wash, them.
Thanks ro sharing your experience. Cheers!
Nice! I had no idea that there were so many ways I could filter my coffee. I’ll definitely be giving some of these a try. I can’t get by without my cup of Joe in the morning.
The only thing I don’t really get is how does it affect the taste of my coffee? Does it just make it even purer or is there more to it?
I think you got it, Steve. It has something to do with what (and how large) particles pass through the filter. Of course, coffee quality and other factors matter too. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!