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Chemex Filters (6 cup)

The original filter papers come in a pre-folded cone shape to fit perfectly in the neck of the Chemex. It is shaped to ensure uniform extraction and is 15-20% thicker than other filters to prevent any bitter elements, coffee grounds and unwanted oils from getting through. In sum, the right filter for a clean brew.

Because of its thicker specialty fibre, we recommend you rinse the filter paper with boiling water before use. This will reduce the taste of paper in your brew and will assist the coffee to run smoother. Includes: 100 filters.

€40,00

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Packaging

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Fulfilment

If your order includes bags of coffee, we will fulfil and dispatch your order on Thursdays, when we roast.

Shipping

You order will arrive within 2 business days from the order fulfilment (see fulfilment) within Holland.

In Store

Most of our products are also available at our store in Amsterdam.

Returns

Unfortunately, we cannot offer returns at the moment. If your product is faulty please contact us within 2 days of receiving your order.

Tracking

We will provide you with your tracking number so you can see when your package is scheduled to arrive.

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