Permanent Coffee Filter
I am looking to buy a permanent coffee filter with a top diameter in the 5-5.5" range. All the permanent coffee filters I have found so far are around 4.5" in diameter, which from what I gather is the size you need for a standard 8-12 cup coffee maker.
Do they make larger sizes? If so, where can I find them?
Thanks in advance.
P.S. In case you're wondering, I'm not going to be using this coffee filter to make coffee. I need it to fit a 5" container in order to use it to filter homemade soymilk.
11-28-2012 09:14 PM
ii was in the same boat, have a older mr.coffee that takes a weird size filter, even on mr.coffee site they didnt offer a gold tone filter.
It's not cheap but perhaps the Kone filter by Able Brewing would work for you? It is designed to work in a Chemex. I couldn't find any specs but I'm sure if you emailed them they would be happy to send you the top diameter.
I can't post a link yet but just look for it at ablebrewing [dot] com
Thanks for the suggestion EspressoErb. Unfortunately $125 (!) is out of my price range.
Originally Posted by EspressoErb
I will keep looking...
Just for the record, and to prevent sudden heart attacks, the $125 Able Kone is coated in 18K gold! The stainless version is still a pricey but approachable $60.
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