PAPER COFFEE FILTERS ARE RIGHT OUT IN FRONT
As the most popular coffee filter, filter paper is thus an indispensable part of preparing a coffee for most frahling lovers. The popular paper filters for coffee prevent the coffee powder from getting into the cup during preparation. In addition, the existing coffee oils are filtered out by the paper thus do not get into the coffee. To prepare a delicious filter coffee, you just have to put the paper filter in the filter holder, add the coffee grounds and you can brew your coffee fresh. Buy paper coffee filters and discover the differences between manufacturer brands such as Hario and Chemex and their different papers.
WHAT MAKES PAPER FILTERS SO POPULAR FOR MAKING COFFEE?
Paper filter coffee is particularly popular in Germany because paper filters ensure a clear cup of coffee and have no unpleasant taste of their own - optimal conditions for great coffee enjoyment! Basically, the paper filters should be porous enough not to hinder the dissolved substances. If you want the purest possible coffee taste without intrinsic notes of the paper filter, you should buy a paper filter treated with oxygen. The Hario paper filters or Hario filter bags are particularly neutral in taste.
WHICH PAPER FILTERS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR MY PREPARATION?
You need paper filters for a hand brew quite classically with a dripper or with a filter coffee machine. For this, the classic paper filters are suitable depending on your dripper/machine size. But also more unusual paper filters, for example, for different sizes of Chemex or for the Aeropress can be found at Aromatico in the assortment. What many do not know, the shape of the paper filter can influence the taste of the coffee. Curved paper filters, which have a so-called wave shape, support the even extraction. Discover at Aromatico Hario filter bags, Chemex paper filters, Moccamaster coffee filters, special Aeropress paper filters and many more.
Our tip: Insert the paper filter and rinse it briefly with hot water, so the last flavors are removed from the filter before the brewing process.