|Product Dimensions||53.34 x 35.56 x 60.96 cm; 140.61 Grams|
|Item Weight||141 g|
Hario V60 Paper Filter 100 Sheet - Natural Unbleached 02
- Capacity is one to three cups
- Pack of 100 filters
- Easy to use
- Made in Japan
- Designed to fit the cone shaped 02 dripper
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Cone shaped natural paper filter for Hario's V60 size 02 pour-over brewers. Contains 100 disposable natural size 02 paper filters. These paper filters produce a clean, flavorful, sediment-free cup. Hario's paper filters make for convenient brewing and cleanup.
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Using filtered water I compared a) unfiltered b) filtered through lighter coloured Hario filter and c) filtered through these darker ones. The filters were first pre-rinsed with boiling water.
Yes, when you rinse them the water that flows through is a slightly darker brown. But after rinsing no one in my family could tell the difference - the water colour was the same and definitely no taste difference.
As far as I'm concerned I'm happy to use these after a pre-rinse with boiled water which also warms my cup.
I have tried both , and i prefer the taste of coffee using these.
I always rinse out with the hot water from the kettle first.
I think the coffee just taste more pure coffee like without anything else.
Could be just psychological (but the white are bleached paper aren't they?)
Why am I sharing this you may ask, it appears to impact the flavour of the coffee