Cloth Filters for Coffee


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25 thoughts on “Cloth Filters for Coffee”

  1. Maintaining a cloth filter is definitely not hard work or frustrating. I rinse it, then wring it out a couple times. It dries on the dish rack, and I use them multiple times a day. They NEVER smell bad. Every week I run them through the dishwasher.

  2. I had a sock "infuser" when I first moved out because it was cheap and made good coffee. It's the same thing as the filter but it had a ring you tied around it so you could make coldbrew. I never got a "musky" taste but I did get the taste of my other coffees because it was always being used. Now that I don't use it I smell the musk. Now I know how to clean it and maybe use it again after

  3. I had my first experience with cloth filter coffee at The Colombian Coffee Company in Soho in London. It was an absolutely revelation. I had to investigate and buy my own setup the moment I got back home to the states. I'm looking forward to seeing if I can make it work, because it's completely worth the effort.

  4. I literally just walked past the cloth filters today and didn't buy one because I wasn't confident about quality over the long term . . . but now I will definitely go back and get one. Thanks, James!

  5. I love love love this type of filtering. I am full of nostalgia when I have coffee like this. This is how my mom makes her coffee. It is so much fun as well. Thank you for making this video

  6. I have used one and the clarity is so nice. For me, it is not worth the hassle of trying to keep a piece of cloth clean. I do prefer the flavor over a paper filter but I like the cleanliness and consistency of paper.

  7. Wet storage of the cloth filter in fridge : the standard way
    Me : Sound like a good way to go
    The magic of salt in coffee : a means to decrease bitterness a bit
    Me : Wait ! What if I didn’t need the fridge :3
    So here I am, storing my aeropress cloth filter in a small jar of water with salt and a slice of lemon in it. There is some lacto fermentation going on, and that is precisely what is good about this 😀

  8. Went on a trip to Costa Rica and the place the group stayed brewed coffee every day with a chorreador de cafe. Not a single person skipped coffee or put anything in their coffee that entire trip. And it was preground grocery store coffee, nothing special. First time I ever realised how good coffee could be.

  9. Born and raised in Puerto Rico I grew with cloth coffee filters. The way we make coffee there is pretty simple, but if you do not like strong coffee it is not for you. Add water to a pot then add coffee grounds to it bring to a boil and let it boil for about 3 minutes. Pour through your cloth filter.

  10. Thank you James for an excellent video. I am a relative novice, but I really enjoy the ritual around coffee brewing. Also, I love light to medium roast coffees, but am often frustrated by their light body. You’ve convinced me to try cloth filers, thanks again.

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