BUNN BCF100-B 100-Count Basket Filter
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- Home-brewer filters made of 100-percent pure virgin fiber
- Continuously checked for proper porosity, flowrate, and structure
- Produced for freshness and purity; designed to eliminate overflow
- 100-percent biodegradable box and filters; FDA approved
- Measure 2-3/4 by 3 inches
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The BUNN BCF100B 100-Count Coffee and Tea Filters are specially designed to work with BUNN brewers. The selection of coffee filters is a vital step in brewing perfect coffee. BUNN manufactures the best filters from high quality, heavy weight paper and are uniquely designed for strength. Preventing overflow and grounds in your coffee, they are 1/4-inch taller than other filters to allow for the quick flow of water into the brew funnel and the needed mixing action for complete, even extraction.
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The BUNN Coffee and Tea Filters are specially designed to work with BUNN brewers. The selection of coffee filters is a vital step in brewing perfect coffee. BUNN manufactures the best filters from high quality, heavy weight paper and are uniquely designed for strength. Preventing overflow and grounds in your coffee, they are 1/4-inch taller than other filters to allow for the quick flow of water into the brew funnel and the needed mixing action for complete, even extraction. Packaging may vary.
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FYI: I have re-ordered these filters numerous times on Amazon, and have always gotten a different box than what is pictured. My Bunn filters come in a tan and brown box as I show in the attached photo.
On the box of Bunn Genuine filters appears the slogan which reads "Our Filters Tower above the rest". While this is a nice slogan, my experience with these filters is such that these filters do not tower quite high enough.
When emptying the basket of coffee with the filter, you can see how the coffee grounds go all the way up to the top of the filter and in most places, even above the filter paper rim onto the sides of the plastic brew basket. Disposing of the filter and trapped coffee grounds tends to be a messy proposition as there is no room to grab the filter without getting grounds all over your fingers. They are supposed to be the only filter Bunn recommends but these come up short in my opinion. The filter, it seems, needs to be just a quarter inch higher to prevent coffee grounds from flowing over the paper rim. So far no grounds in the coffee pot, but cleaning the brew basket tends to be more of a cleanup and grounds need to be rinsed from the basket itself. The original filters shipped with out Bunn Coffee Maker were taller and there was no mess. I'm looking to see if there is another Bunn filter that is meant for 12 cup brewers which perhaps might just be the difference maker.
I suspect Bunn's business plan involves selling these peripheral supplies although I would rather use a gold mesh filter than have to fuss with these every morning. Bunn doesn't offer that option.
I don't have a Bunn coffee maker, but I do have a Cuisinart Burr Grind & Brew Thermal coffeemaker and these fit perfectly in the basket. Some may say the bleached coffee filters aren't as good as the unbleached, but that's really cutting a fine hair. I'd love to test that theory out in a blind taste test. (I do think filtered water makes a noticeable taste difference).
The only complaint I have about these filters in general is that they are hard to separate in the morning when you're barely awake and trying to make a pot of coffee. But that's just the way it is with any paper coffee filters.
That's my two cent review and now I'm broke!