Filtering coffee by hand is «in» again. And justifiably so!
More and more restaurants and private households are returning to the classic filter coffee, by hand filtering. On the one hand, the developed eco-awareness contributes to the desire to avoid unnecessary plastic waste from coffee capsules as much as possible, and on the other hand it is the taste component that makes hand filtered coffee so special.
An all-round sensible comeback, in our opinion!
CREANO PORCELAIN COFFEE FILTER — in extraordinary colours
We have developed a robust porcelain coffee filter in the colours white, stone grey, saffron yellow, red, jade green and azure blue, which filters a delicious coffee within a short time due to its fast flow. The filter can be used flexibly. You can use it directly on your coffee mug for portion filtering or use it over a coffee pot to filter several cup portions.
- For fast, manual coffee preparation
- With 1-hole quick run-through
- Brewing directly in the cup or coffee pot possible
- Suitable for standard filter bags size 4 & 2
- Internal grooves promote homogeneous coffee flow
- Made of high-quality porcelain, with abrasion-resistant glaze
- Dishwasher-safe, easy & residue-free cleaning
Place filter on cup or coffee pot
Insert filter bag (size 4 or 2)
Fill filter bag with ground coffee
Pour hot water over coffee evenly (clockwise)
By varying the quantity of ground coffee, the taste of the coffee can be influenced
The flow rate of the coffee and its taste depend on the degree of grinding. The finer the grind of the coffee, the slower the flow rate. The slower the flow rate, the stronger and stronger the taste of the coffee and vice versa. You can adjust the taste and strength of the coffee to suit your individual taste and quantity of coffee.
The lower support surface has a diameter of 4,33 inch/11cm. The inner circular border measures 2.56 inch/ 6.5cm in diameter. The diameter (filter opening at the top) is approx. 5.51 inch/ 14cm. The total width with handle is approx. 6.89 inch/ 17.5cm and the height is approx. 4,92 inch/ 2.5cm.
Small deviations are possible due to the manual work.