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Chemex Coffee Filters with 100-Chemex Bonded Filter

by Chemex
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  • 100 Chemex Bonded coffee filters, bleached
  • Prefolded into conical shape for maximum flavor extraction
  • Designed to fit all Chemex coffeemakers (except CM-1, pint size model)
  • Absorbent special fibers for quality
  • Fits most other conical filter coffeemakers
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Chemex Pre Folded Circle Coffee Filter (100 Filters) + Chemex 6-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffee Maker + Chemex CMC Glass Coffeemaker Cover
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Product Details

Style Name: Circle
  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 4.5 x 6.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000CF2WP
  • Item model number: FC-100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (254 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #485 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Style Name: Circle

Dispenser pack of (100) Chemex FS-100 Bonded Filter Squares.These filters will work and are designed for all sizes and styles of Chemex Coffee Brewers except the small Chemex CM-1C & CM-1 models (pint size models) 1-3 Cup Coffee Makers.Chemex filters remove even the finest sediment particles as well as the undesirable oils and fats. The formulation of the filter permits the proper infusion time by regulating the filtration rate - not to slow, not too fast. Good infusion of the coffee grounds (as in brewing and steeping tea) gives coffee a richer flavor while at the same time making possible precise fractional extraction: filtering out the undesirable components which make coffee bitter by allowing only the desirable flavor elements of the coffee bean to pass through.The Chemex filter is folded into a cone shape, exactly as in laboratory techniques. This assures uniform extraction since the water filters through all the grounds on its way to the apex of the cone. The Chemex filter is guaranteed not to burst under the weight of the liquid during filtration, and not to break when lifting out the grounds.Fully-bodied, richer flavor, from less coffee, and as strong as you like without bitterness - that's what the Chemex filter gives you.


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Customer Reviews

They work exactly as you'd expect them to.
Tom
These filters are easy to use in the Chemex drip glass coffee pots.
Dodi
My husband loves to make coffee with the Chemex coffee maker.
Kim Rubright

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By J. Gardner on March 4, 2011
Style Name: Square
If you have a Chemex coffee maker these are the filters to use. The bleached (white) filters are great.

DO NOT opt for the unbleached (brown) filters as they impart a VERY strong and unpleasant taste and smell of paper. Go with the bleached ones unless you like your coffee to taste like the paper towels you would find in a gas station bathroom (I'm serious, that's exactly what your coffee will taste like if you use the unbleached filters.)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Gilmoure on July 6, 2007
Style Name: Half-Moon Circles Verified Purchase
Chemex, in my opinion, makes the best damn regular coffee. I've tried french presses, vacuum systems, etc.; Chemex 8 Cup Coffee Maker CM 8A tops them all. And it's not even the coffee maker that is the key but the filter paper. Since the Chemex system was invented by a scientist, back in the '30's, I can only assume he was using some laboratory filter paper in his shop and figured out that was what was making his coffee taste so good.

As far as I can tell, Chemex filter paper removes the slightly sour/acid taste from coffee, that I find objectionable. This, in turn, lets through the complex bitter/sweet flavors and allows me to taste them more fully.

For what it's worth, I grind my dark roasted beans right before using them, grinding 6 cups worth for wife and myself. We've also made our own ceramic coffee pots that have the same size top, to hold the Chemex filters. Works just as well as the Chemex pots. Now, if I can just find an auto-brew device that can use Chemex filters for work...
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By S. marshall on September 15, 2007
Style Name: Circle
Chemex coffee filters are the filters needed to use for the chemex carafe.
In my opinion, and I have been drinking coffee since I was 13yrs old,and have tried and used many different coffeemakers and espresso machines throughout the years, this is the BEST.
I did experiment with the other filters, as I was out and waiting for these. I had to use 2 and the full body flavor of the coffee wasn't there entirely as it is with the chemex filters.
They are also great for any other coffeemaker, I am sure.
I highly recommend these, there are many in a box, and are perfect for that wonderful cup of coffee anytime during the day.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 25, 2004
Style Name: Circle
If you like your coffee free of grounds of ANY size, Chemex filters are the way to go.
Brewing with a Chemex coffee system takes a little longer than with an elec. perk, but the coffee is worth it. There are no grounds, the taste is pure, and disposal of the cone filters is easy.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mike Curb on November 21, 2007
Style Name: Circle Verified Purchase
If you visit Costa Rica the traditional way to make coffe is by pouring hot water through a muslin cloth filter and straight into a clay pot ready for serving. The method yields a clean flavor and by far the best tasting coffee you will ever have. The Chemex system is as close as you'll get and provides equally superior coffee. Even standard brand coffee with taste better by using this system-
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dale Parkinson on June 20, 2009
Style Name: Circle
Nearly everything we eat and drink has some undesirable parts to it: stems, seeds, pits, fuzz, hair, skin, rind, fat, bone; need I go on?

Coffee also has substances that simply taste bad. We normally think about just keeping the solids out of our cup. There are many more things that can ruin the product of good beans properly roasted and clean water at the right temperature. I don't claim to know what they all are, but one for certain is oils. Chemex filters capture the oils that can spoil the taste and spoil the coffee itself. I know you purists will scoff, but I love coffee. Sometimes I don't finish my cup of commute coffee and leave the cup on the dash. If I've parked in the sun, I can come out after work to a couple swallows of hot coffee that still tastes fresh...the oils that go rancid are missing from Chemex coffee. It also holds very well in a vacuum carafe.

My son-in-law has some very expensive coffee machine. He was marveling at how great the Chemex coffee is from my old school pot compared to his machine. The filters not only capture the undesirables, they also control the pace of the brew. It's important to sloooow down the brewing to squeeze all of the good out of the beans.

Get a Chemex pot and some filters and you will taste the best coffee you've ever had - every day.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bjorn Watsjold on March 27, 2011
Style Name: Square Verified Purchase
I've been using my chemex 10-cup for about 4 months, and I'm on my second box of these--I tried, actually, to find a different variety that would fit the 10-cup size, as coffee forums have been discussing folded/unfolded, bleached/unbleached. I can't compare these to any others but here are the things I've noticed so far:
1. They are, as advertised, much thicker than normal coffee filters. They hold up well to a hot-water rinse (recommended) and tend to maintain shape.
2. It is difficult to impossible to get a "perfect" fit by opening a square to fit in a cone, but I'm not sure this affects the ultimate direction of filtration of water through coffee through filter.
3. I don't notice any papery or chemically taste to the coffee, but I've never used them without rinsing, and I've never tasted the rinsewater (both discussed frequently on coffee forums).
An aside: the chemex will reveal dramatically the difference in quality of beans. It will not make the pound of beans you bought at DD taste like a pound from a specialty shop. If you're not that discerning, or you have a type of coffee you regularly buy, it will make the best cup of that coffee you can get. I switched from a bodum french press, and the coffee took some getting used to. Many of the flavorful oils will get filtered out, and a different profile will come through in a pour-over cup. I can only describe it as "cleaner," as switching back to the french press (with top quality beans, even) produced a coffee that now tastes muddy and murky to me, and those flavorful oils now seem harsh. Once you've made the switch, you really won't want to go back.
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