CoffeeSock Reusable Filters Made to Fit Chemex 6 -13 Cup Carafes - GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Reusable Coffee Filters
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- Organic Cotton
- Made in USA
- Manufactured in the USA
- Made to fit a Chemex® 6-13 cup carafe (carafe not included)
- Easy cleanup - Just empty grounds, rinse, and hang to thoroughly dry.
- High quality and less expensive than many market alternatives
- Made from Organic Cotton - a responsibly produced, renewable resource
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Pack of 2 filters - CoffeeSock filters are durable and may last a year or more. CoffeeSock filters are a reusable alternative to paper filters and nylon sacks. All of our filters out-perform any comparable disposable and reusable filters. Cotton absorbs some of the oils released from coffee beans yet lets acids pass through. The resulting cup is clear crisp, rich and robust with all the acid of paper brewed coffee, without the paper taste, and all of the richness of French press without the heavy oiliness. CoffeeSock filters are made with Certified Organic Cotton. Cotton imparts no flavor on the finished brew unlike paper. Cotton is 90% cellulose, which is a tasteless and odorless compound that is insoluable in water. Wood is 40-50% while Hemp is approximately 45% cellulose. CS filters are made in Austin, Texas. All filters are sewn and packaged by happy human beings making a fair and living wage.
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I have used a few different cloth filters with a Chemex. I gave this one 5 stars for a reason. It is well stitched and double layered with a stiff woven fabric. Initial instructions include a 10 minute fresh water boil before use. This is important as it shrinks the filter slightly, tightening up the cloth weave.The double layering makes a huge difference as well as it is much less likely to collapse in the pouring channel of the Chemex.
Combining that and last years fortunate decision to delve into the wonders of Chemex pour-over brewing with the CoffeeSock has produced the greatest cup I've ever brewed.
I experimented with grind coarseness, coffee to water ratio, etc. (I live for that kinda stuff!), resulting in a medium-light bodied, robust brew with balanced acidity.
Since coffee is my last surviving vice and I indulge in it as such, I tend to go through a box of 100 paper filters a month. At 10 to 13 bucks a box, the CoffeSock filter saves me a minimum of a hundred and twenty bucks a year, too.
As far as I can tell, the negative reviews can only be attributed to an ESO situation, as I followed the directions for use to the letter and achieved unparalleled results.
These things are gold. Buy 'em! Unless you want to keep drinking lousy joe.
The one con is that the fabric really doesn't quite have enough body. I followed the instructions to boil it prior to first use, and to use it dry, but when I did that, the filter fell into the spout and caused the coffee to sputter all over the place.
I finally solved that problem by using it wet, and folding the "ears" down. I also place the filter carefully in the pot with the seam facing opposite the spout. The ears drip a little, which I don't like, but it's better than sputtering.
So it's slightly dissatisfying. We went down this road to begin with because we were dissatisfied with every automatic drip coffeemaker we've ever had because they ALL ALWAYS dribble while pouring. We went to a percolator, which pours perfectly, but which manages to make any coffee, no matter how expensive and delicious smelling, taste like old Maxwell House. Finally, we arrived at the Chemex. Good coffee, expensive, difficult to obtain filters. So I bought these.
If you buy them, you'll be happy enough, unless you're otherwise unhappy. No help for you then.
Almost six months later and I'm still using the first coffee sock from the pack, with no fraying or noticeable wear besides coffee stains. We brew 1-2 pots a day and it has held up beautifully and saved a ton of money compared to expensive Chemex paper filters. Every couple of weeks (I should probably do this more) I deep clean it by putting it in a pot of boiling water on the stove for a few minutes. The coffee stains are pretty set-in, but after boiling, any residual coffee odor is gone and it looks a lot brighter and the next pot of coffee does taste a bit cleaner.
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