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Melitta 64008 Red Ready Joe Filter Cone

4.8 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews
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Product Description

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64008 Features: -Fresh brew coffee one mug at a time. -Top rack dishwasher safe. -Red color. -Filter required: Yes. Product Type: -Pour Over Coffee Makers. Color: -Red. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Material: -Plastic. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -5". Overall Width - Side to Side: -4.44". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -4.06". Overall Product Weight: -0.3 lbs.

Product Information

Size:1
Product Dimensions 5 x 4.4 x 4.1 inches
Item Weight 3.7 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Melitta
ASIN B000YA7OUK
Item model number 64008
Customer Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,349 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#49 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Coffee & Espresso Machine Parts & Accessories > Coffee Machine Accessories > Coffee Filters > Disposable Filters
#240 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliance Parts & Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com August 31, 2008

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I have been using one of these filter cones for a couple years at home and work. I recently bought a few extras and now take one with me (and my favorite brand of coffee) when I travel - it's a great upgrade from hotel coffee. I use the Melitta #2 unbleached filters and get excellent coffee. You just put ground coffee (drip grind) in the filter, add hot water (appx 195 to 205 degrees F), and in a minute you have a perfect cup of coffee. I've used a number of different methods and gizmos over the years, until I started using this, my favorite was the French Press method.

This is quicker, simpler, easier to clean, and you can take it with you. The coffee tastes great, clean, full, no off tastes. You can of course vary the strength (both the caffeine and flavor) by adding more or less coffee to the filter, and varying the temperature of the water. I find I get the best taste when I bring the water to a full boil then let it sit about a minute. When you're done you toss the used filter with grounds into the garbage, and you're done. This is great if you and your spouse/kid/partner, etc drink different kinds of coffee or one likes decaf and another likes regular. And you make just one cup at a time so you're not brewing a whole 12 cup tank when you really only want a cup. I also like to use this with a 16 oz. travel cup which is 6 oz. larger than my normal cup. I simply add a bit more coffee - a bit more water, and presto! I have exactly the right amount of coffee to hop in the car and off to work or whatever.

You can spend a ton of money for a high tech coffee maker, but you won't get better coffee.
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Been using a one-cup coffee cone for decades, and I have a suggestion: Buy #4 filters instead of the #2 recommended ones. The smaller, #2 filters aren't tall enough, so it's too easy to slop boiling water over the edge of the smaller filter.

The #4 filter fits similarly except that the #4 extends above the rim of the cone to hold more water if you tend to over-pour.

I just purchased the cone featured here (mine is black) and bought it from Bed Bath and Beyond (please note that I've bought other, more costly items from Amazon.com whose prices and service are among the best).

Bought the new cone because the open space at the bottom should make it easy to see when the cup is full instead of lifting the unit from the cup. One thing I noticed is that the bottom is slightly rounded on mine, so it doesn't fit as well on the top of the coffee cup. Not sure if that'll matter much when there's coffee and water in it. That's why I give my new cone only 4 stars instead of 5.

In any case, inexpensive coffee cones make coffee as well or better than costly machines. Again, buy #4 filters.
Great for people who like to keep things simple!
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The Melitta Ready Set Joe filter cones are available in red or black, and I have one of each. In fact, I like thise cone so much that I even bought a third one for a coworker who loves it. So far I haven't detected a difference in coffee taste between coffee brewed with the two colors.

The cone is easy to use and easy to clean; as a bonus it even comes with a few starter filters included so you can make a cup of joe right out of the box. Interestingly the origin of "a cup of joe" is commonly thought to be traced back to the 1900s, when Admiral Josephus Daniels outlawed alcohol on all ships. Coffee became the drink of choice and hence a cup of "Joe." Other explanations of this term also exist.

To use the cone just place it over a cup, insert a cone filter, add coffee, and pour hot water over the coffee grounds. The water slowly drips into the cup, so the user would be advised to first heat the cup by letting some hot wate sit in it prior to making coffee. The resulting cup of coffee tastes great, and one doesn't have to clean out a coffee maker afterwards. Just rinse out the plastic cone and you're done.

The Melitta cones are suitable for making coffee only, not for adding oil to a car engine or for using as a garment enhancement.
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By Prakz on February 17, 2009
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This product is exactly what I've been looking for. The industrial strength coffee maker at work isn't used properly so I prefer to brew a fresh cup. Not a fan of the french press and graininess so tried this as an alternative. Works great! The strength of the coffee will depend on how much you put in the filter, so it will take some tries to get used it it. Awesome product!
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I'll admit it, I'm one of the world's most finicky coffee lovers. I usually have just one large mug of coffee each morning, and it's got to be perfect.

I just bought two of these RED ones for use at home and to bring along when we travel.

Have been using the Melitta single cup drip cones for about 18 years. Started with their first design that had the little handle, three holes in the base, and a solid flange base -- so you couldn't see the level of coffee in your cup as it ran through the cone. Then progressed to the newer "one hole" for drip through style, still with the little handle and the solid flange base, which made better tasting coffee due to the greater infusion time between hot water and ground coffee.

I first grabbed this newer style Melitta filter cone (in black) when I saw a it on sale at a local grocer. LIKE IT WAY BETTER than their older designs!!! The flange is slightly wider and is molded as an integral piece along with the cone, making it sturdier than the old design, and the opening on either side of the flange lets you keep an eye on the coffee level in the mug until it's right where you want it -- NO MORE coffee floods like we sometimes had with the old, solid flange style. The wider flange on this newest style fits over our slightly large coffee mugs (like those sold at Starbucks) securely, where the old design often would not and would sit tipped as we poured boiling hot water, so it is much more convenient and safer for our uses. There is still the single drip hole, and the coffee we make with it tastes great.

Makes it easy to bring and enjoy our own coffee wherever and whenever we travel, which we always do. The only downside of the RED model is that it shows coffee dust whereas the BLACK one I originally had always appears pristinely clean. But the RED color is great for travel, since it really stands out.
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