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Melitta Cone Coffee Filters, Natural Brown, No. 6, 40-Count Filters (Pack of 12)
- Premium coffee filters from the #1 coffee filter brand in the world
- Made from natural unbleached virgin pulp paper for strength and purity
- For pour-over style cone drip coffeemakers
- Guaranteed not to burst
- Melitta makes an annual donation to American Forests Global ReLeaf ecosystem restoration projects to fund the replenishment of trees used in the production of its filters
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Color: Natural Brown No 6 | Size: 40 Count (Pack of 12)
Always fold along crimped seam edge before placing in coffeemaker cone basket for maximum strength!
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Top Customer Reviews
OK, here's the rest of the drill: First insert the filter paper in the cone, position it over the cup and fill with hot water. The hot water rinses the filter and preheats the cup. Next, add two scoops (or one and a half if you like your coffee weaker)and lightly tamp it down to pack it but do not tear the filter. Pour the hot water out of the cup. Replace the filter and coffee over the cup and add a small amount of hot water, wetting the grounds. DO NOT USE BOILING HOT WATER! Boiling hot water dissolves acids and makes the coffee bitter. The water temperature should be about 180 to 190 Fahrenheidt. After the first bit of water had drained into the cup, add more water.
Even if you have been used to adding sugar to your coffee, please try it without. There will be no bitterness and in fact, you can make the coffee stronger than you ever imagined and there'll be no bitterness.
You are welcome!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't matter how careful I was---these kept bursting through the bottom.
Allow me to explain my method:
I was being extra-cautious when using these filters. Read more
Simply put there isn't a lot to be sad about the Melitta filters other they are excellent quality, fairly priced , and do make your coffee taste better. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ralph C. Browne
My husband has a one cup coffee maker and is always having trouble finding the filters for them. Since he is the only coffee drinker in our house, he uses one up every day. Read morePublished 23 months ago by tenecgal
The problem with these filters is they do not seem to be available in any stores. Brick and mortar stores are always lamenting that the Internet is taking away all their business. Read morePublished 23 months ago by arcdude
We quit buying automatic coffee makers a while back, tired of needing to replace them every 2-4 years. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Adele
even though I have a gold liner/filter, I use these at times for faster cleanup and prep for another cup of coffee. Read morePublished 23 months ago by CR
Great filters at a great price. I've never seen 1s in any store and always buy them here. Note that they *will* overflow if you grind your coffee too fine, so keep your grinder set... Read morePublished 23 months ago by DanF
I've been using these filters in my Brew 'n Go for a number of years. The only no. 1's I can find. Totally satisfactory.Published 23 months ago by Harris C
I have found that the brown filters take a slightly longer time to filter than the same model white filters. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Katharine D. Ashe