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Coffee Filter Cone

Delicious drip coffee—without a machine—practically anywhere. Plastic filter cone fits on top of your coffee mug, just pour hot water over grounds. Uses a No. 4 filter. Dishwasher safe.Read More

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Delicious drip coffee—without a machine—practically anywhere. Plastic filter cone fits on top of your coffee mug, just pour hot water over grounds. Uses a No. 4 filter. Dishwasher safe.

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I Love Coffee!! Going to use it to make some delicious cold brew!!
Jeffrey W on Jun 2, 2015
I need a one cup coffee jolt, now and then, so this is inexpensive and perfect.
Connie C on Mar 24, 2015
It makes the best coffee. The one I had of 18 years broke and am replacing it.
Sarah T on May 23, 2015
I like being able to use the paper filters in this reusable filter cone. But this model sits low in the coffee mug and blocks the amount of water/coffee that can drip into the mug. I like my old Melitta plastic cone or the ceramic cone better. But it's difficult to find anything else.
Cynthia A on Mar 22, 2015
How many drip holes are in the bottom? the one I have nolw has one hole and others have two. Looking for one with a single drip hole.
A shopper on Jan 20, 2015
Best Answer: Sorry for the delay in replying. This product has two holes. It also has the stabilizer piece on the bottom of the filter that seems to hang a little lower than my previous filter cone (also has a single hole). So the filtered coffee dripping out of the holes reaches the liquid in the mug before it fills up and the coffee can't drain completely out of the filter cone into the mug. It's not a huge problem, but the other/previous filter cone (made by the same company, I think) worked better. But I can't find those anymore.
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What grind of coffee do you use?
Doreen L on Sep 19, 2014
Best Answer: folgers
Reply (1) · Report · robert c on Sep 19, 2014
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Where is it made? Is it BPA-free?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2011
Best Answer: Delicious drip coffee—without a machine—practically anywhere. Plastic filter cone fits on top of your coffee mug, just pour hot water over grounds. Uses a No. 4 filter. This item is made in Holland and is completely BPA Free.
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