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HIC Porcelain No. 4 Coffee Filter Cone

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No. 4
  • No. 4 filter cone
  • Have great home brewed coffee without expensive and bulky coffee machines
  • Save time, space and money
  • Made of porcelain; won't stain or absorb food odors and tastes
  • Dishwasher safe
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HIC Porcelain No. 4 Coffee Filter Cone + Melitta Cone Coffee Filters Natural Brown #4 100 count + Medelco #4 Cone Permanent Coffee Filter
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Product Details

Size: No. 4
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 4 inches
  • 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: B001W6Q53C
  • Item model number: NT1052
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,017 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: No. 4

Whether you drink a little coffee or a lot, the Harold Import No. 4 Porcelain Filter Cone will save you time and money. Keep those hard earned dollars in your pocket. Save precious counter space. You don’t need expensive and bulky coffee machines to have great coffee at home. With the Filter Cone, fresh brewed coffee is quick and easy. Simply place coffee filter in cone, add ground coffee, place cone over coffee cup and pour boiling water over the coffee grounds. Once your coffee is brewed, simply discard filter and grounds. Throw the cone in the dishwasher and voile. … you’re done and ready to enjoy a cup of fresh brewed coffee. Quick, easy and inexpensive. Not only will it be quick and easy, it’ll be better; most people who drink coffee prefer a certain brew – strong, medium or mild – and with this devise you can create individual-inch cups of coffee for your guests … or let them brew their own cup of coffee, the way they like it – at the strength they prefer. You can’t do that with a conventional coffee maker. No. 4 coffee filters, not included.


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Customer Reviews

Perfect for single cup coffee making.
Dan
What I like most about this porcelain cone is that it is not plastic and I don't have to worry that the hot water will dissolve or leach plasticizers into my coffee.
Tsukikenn
Good, solid, well balanced, and very handy.
Acontius

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

135 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Acontius VINE VOICE on January 8, 2010
Size Name: No. 4 Verified Purchase
This is a solid piece of ceramic with good glazing. It rests securely on either a coffee mug or my old Mr. Coffee carafe.

This cone has three holes in the bottom, a feature which I have come to see doesn't make much difference. Apparently, how fine the coffee is ground determines the flow rate more than the number of holes. Once the coffee is through the filter paper, it is going to flow at a steady rate through one hole or three.

This cone is a little heavy, but I feel that it will last a long time. The handle is nice and thick.

I bought this item after trying the more expensive Frieling/Cilo and having bad luck with two of them. (You can see my review on that item's page.)

Using a cone of any type seems to make better coffee than the many drip machines I've tried over the years. You can control the temperature and flow of the water exactly the way you want.

Enjoy!

UPDATE: Have had this now over two months, using it twice every day. Love it. Good, solid, well balanced, and very handy.
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151 of 157 people found the following review helpful By T. Miller on January 7, 2010
Size Name: No. 4 Verified Purchase
I had a difficult time comparing this to the Frieling Cilio version that's significantly more expensive. I ended up getting both, and prefer the Frieling Cilio. I've uploaded some product photos to help others make the comparison.

- Weight and thickness: the HIC is significantly heavier and thicker than the Frieling Cilio. I like the lighter weight of the other one.

- Number of drain holes: HIC has three, Frieling Cilio has one larger one. No noticeable difference in draining time.

- Outer diameter of bottom rim: this is the ring that helps keeps the filter holder in place on your carafe. Frieling Cilio has a smaller diameter (2 7/16") vs. HIC (2 3/4"). My carafe opening diameter is also 2 3/4" which makes the HIC very awkward and unsteady. Your carafe needs to have a larger diameter opening than the bottom rim on the filter holder.

Small differences, but they add up. I like the Frieling Cilio much better and feel it's worth the extra cost.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By John Shea on May 6, 2012
Size Name: No. 4 Verified Purchase
Just received this item and have made a few individual cups of coffee. Love it. Water flows through at just the right rate for good coffee flavor. Tastes better than our auto drip coffee maker. Maybe it's because I can get the water hotter boiling it in the tea kettle? Maybe the rate of water flow is better? Super-easy clean up. Lets you make a cup of coffee with only slightly more effort than making a cup of tea. Much cheaper than using a K-cup or pod coffee maker, almost as convenient, and the coffee tastes worlds better. I'd call this no. 4, a good 'medium' size. Not a good size if you need something to carry to work; just right if it's going to stay in the kitchen. You can use it on a mug, but will also hold enough coffee grounds to let you make a 12 cup pot. The cone shaped paper coffee filters (1, 2, 4, and 6) only vary by overall height, the slope of the sides is the same; so you can use smaller sized filters in this No. 4 sized cone if you prefer. I've also used this to hold a paper filter for making cold brewed coffee. I'm considering putting away the auto drip coffee maker and Keurig machine and gaining back some counter space.
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43 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Grumpy Dog on January 30, 2011
Size Name: No. 4 Verified Purchase
For the ultimate coffee experience, this is a must have for the home brewer. The obvious ingredients for great coffee is the coffee itself (My favorite is Starbucks Casi Cielo), quality water and this simple device. You will need to tweak the coarseness of the grinds to your own personal taste. I recommend the Capresso 560 Infinity Conical Burr Grinder, Brushed Silver Finish

Follow the steps below or this link [...] and enjoy coffee a whole new way. Note that it takes a bit longer this way to make but definitely worth the extra effort.

The coffee geek's guide to home brewing
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1. Bring 20 oz good, clear water to a boil and grind 3/4 oz coffee beans to medium-fine (soft, but gritty enough to clump when pressed between fingers).

2. Pour hot water through a Melitta cone (this rids inner filter of paper taste) into your cup, then pour 10 oz of the boiling water into a measuring cup.

3. Empty the water from your cup, add the grounds to the filter, and pour several tablespoons of the measuring-cup water over the grounds to wet them.

4. After a few seconds, slowly pour the rest of the measuring-cup water over the grounds, stirring the mix while you pour.

5. When the coffee has drained from the filter, stir once and consume immediately. You've earned this one.lver Finish]] Follow these instructions:
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jack E. Fischer on December 27, 2011
Size Name: No. 4 Verified Purchase
This product was almost exactly what I expected, with one quibble. The circular base, which rests upon the coffee mug rim, could be just a bit bigger in diameter. I wanted it to replace my #4 size Melita plastic coffee cone, which is several years old and badly coffee stained (white color; a black might not show the stains so much). The circular base of that cone has a slightly larger diameter, and therefore sits more securely on my oversized (19-22 oz. capacity) coffee mugs. Otherwize, I like the porcelain cone's greater heft, and it seems unlikely to stain as the plastic version did. It also has a slightly larger capacity, such that #4 filters will fit without folding along the seams, which I find necessary with the Melita cone.
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