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Pour Over Coffee Filter - Reusable Drip Coffee Filter for Chemex, Hario V60 and other Coffee Makers
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- IMPROVE YOUR BREWING EXPERIENCE- This stainless steel coffee cone dripper fits most branded coffee carafes including the 6, 8 and 10 cup Chemex® Coffee Makers and Hario V60 02 and 03 drippers and eliminates the need for paper filters. The removeable non-slip silicone ring matches the wood accents on your Chemex and grips the glass rim without scratching it.
- BETTER TASTE WITH DUAL FILTER TECHNOLOGY - High-quality 18/8 stainless steel with dual filtration: a fine high-quality mesh on the inside, and a laser-cut filter on the outside. This design prevents any grounds from getting in your coffee, while allowing the oils and nutrients to pass through to your cup, ensuring a better tasting cup of coffee.
- GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND YOUR WALLET- Our stainless steel coffee filter is an eco-friendly choice and eliminates the need for disposable paper filters that are expensive, wasteful and that prevent flavorful oils in your beans from passing through to your coffee cup.
- CLEAN UP IN 60 SECONDS - As easy to clean up as it is to use! Just scoop out the used grounds from your stainless steel coffee dripper, rinse the fine high-quality mesh filter under warm running water and dry thoroughly after use. Every 2-3 weeks descale with a solution of vinegar and water.
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The Willow & Everett stainless steel coffee dripper was designed to complement the design of your glass coffee carafe not detract from it. The attractive mirror finish and stainless steel design fits most name-brand coffee carafes including Chemex and Har
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Pros: Coffee brewed with this vs the Chemex brand paper filters (bleached and non bleached) tastes better. There are more aromatics and subtleties on the nose. On the palate the coffee is richer and more comples. The extra oils give the mouthfeel of the coffee added silkiness. I use this with a 8 cup classic series Chemex and the fit is perfect.
Cons: there is more mess with the reusable filter. It is easier to pickup the paper filter out of the carafe.
Original: The pour over method requires medium fine to fine coffee grounds. This filter requires coarse to medium coarse coffee grounds as stated by the manufacturer. The speed that the coffee grounds is in contact with the water is not enough to create anything but watery coffee. If you use fine grounds then it will clog. I tried using a regular paper filter with this filter and it somewhat worked with the medium fine grounds. Still was very long to wait between pours of water to prevent overflow. It simply does not work together.
On the positive side the filter is made very well.
Washable, good filter, works well. Delivered quickly, arrived as described. Unlike paper filters allows more of the oil from the bean into the final cup, which is generally good (personal taste, but I like the oils). It's a cone with steel mesh, there isn't much to say. As another reviewer mentioned, the bottom of the cone is solid. I actually think this is good- it slows down the water as it passes through the grounds a bit more, giving it more contact time and thus pulling out more flavor.
*What could be better*
In my opinion, the water still passes through a bit too fast. The box recommends a grind coarser than normal pour-over, to keep the filter from clogging, but I found that going any coarser than what I had been using didn't produce a strong enough coffee. So I use an extra scoop of beans. I also worry about the filter clogging long-term with the finer grind. As I stated I am using this with my 10-cup Chemex, and for this size I would prefer if the cone were a bit larger, both sitting deeper in the upper portion of the Chemex and sitting a little higher above the lip, to accomidate a bit more water. I make coffee in the morning, while cooking breakfast and packing lunch, so I can't just pour continuously (sorry, I'm not perfect). The combination of faster drip rate, the slightly smaller volume vs paper filters, and my method of preparing the coffee means the grounds more frequently end up cooling down with no water on them, and the end result suffers.
This is a good product, and I expect it to be worth the price long term vs regular paper filters for a 10-cup Chemex. Brewing with it requires a little more attention than paper filters, but can produce a better (personal opinion) cup. I recommend this, alongside or as an alternative to paper filters.
To avoid clogging, after use, as much as possible rinse from the outside to get rid of the old grounds. It might be necessary to rinse from the inside, but avoid scrubbing the inside as that will just force grounds into the holes.
If it does clog, if you have a gas stove you can burn out the grounds. Take the silicone ring off, and hold it with tongs over the flame on your stove. Rotate it so the flames get to whole thing. If you see smoke and smell burned coffee, its working.
If you overheat it, the metal will discolor. After this procedure, my filter looks pretty bad, but still works fine.
Update: After 6 weeks of daily use, it was running slow again, so once again I did the fire treatment. It did the trick.
2) Filter rim does have an (orange) silicone lining but sits inside (instead of on top) of Chemex upper cone, therefore requiring the user to insert a finger or utensil down the Chemex pouring spout to lift and remove the filter.
3) Conclusion: the filter is poorly designed, does not have higher quality materials and construction than competing filters, and is therefore inferior and a waste of money.