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Why You’ll Love It
Not only is cotton more efficiently renewable than plastic, metal, or paper, but it also helps make a better-tasting hot brew. That’s because the cotton absorbs some of the oils released from the coffee beans yet lets acids pass through, resulting in a crisp, rich, and robust brew without the paper taste (or waste)!
This 6- to 10-cup Chemex style filter works with pour-over drippers. Each hot-brew filter is expected to last about a year before the quality of the brew begins to fade.
To care for your CoffeeSock filters, discard grounds after brewing, then rinse and hang dry before next use. Once every six to eight weeks, boil filters in fresh water for 10 minutes to remove accumulated coffee oils. To further enhance your filter, add of scoop of baking soda to boiling water.
Contains 2 filters per pack.
About This Brand
Why not paper filters?
2.25 Billion Cups Of Coffee Are Consumed Globally Every Day. Assuming That At Least 1/3 Of Those Cups Are Currently Made With Paper Filters In 8 Cup Batches, 750 Million Paper Filters Are Being Made And Discarded, Each And Every Day. 275 Billion Per Year. It Takes The Equivalent Of 1.5 Million Trees To Make That Many Filters Annually. In One Year The Volume Of Trash Created By The Filters Only (Not Accounting For The Grounds) Is Enough To Fill 128 Buildings The Size Of The Louvre To A Height Of 10 Feet. Each CoffeeSock® Filter Replaces 4- 12 Boxes Of Paper Filters Per Year, Plus Your Coffee Tastes Better.
"You change the world one sock at a time. Didn't discard or soil the seas. Kept the trees, fed the bees. Making caffeine, not chlorine. Brewing it rich, without a hitch. You're a SockStar! SockOn!"
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