Tired of constantly buying Aeropress filters? Sick of throwing them away? Using soft, organic cotton, this cloth Aeropress filter is hand-sewn in the USA. It fits in your Aeropress, and comes in a pack of two - so you've always got a spare. We love the difference this filter makes. Not only are you reusing your filter, you're also creating a totally different flavour profile than you would get with paper or metal filters. Cloth filters allow more oils through, and therefore give you more body - without sacrificing complexity.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Rich and clean

So I have mostly been using the Able Disk filter with my Aeropress (for many years). I like the extra body and the silt I can usually ignore. With finer grinds the metal filter can become harder to press, especially if not completely cleaned from previous use.
Decided to give this a try as another reusable option. So far I am impressed. Nice body, no fines, easy to press. The upkeep hasn't been too much of a chore either. I just make sure to use the spray nozzle in the sink to clean it after each use and then pop it back in a small nalgene jar in the freezer until the next use. When I take it out I pop it in my mug with some hot water while my brew is steeping to get it ready again. Simple. So far I am half and half with this and the Able disk in use.

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G.H.

A good surprise. I store the filter in the fridge or freezer based on James Hoffman's treatment of cloth filters and I'm not getting any musty flavors in my cup.

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C.J.
Smooth and beautiful

These produce such a silky mouthfeel - a totally different cup to what I'm used to!

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L.D.
Excellent means of preparing Aeropress

This cloth filter compensates for a lot of the disadvantages of the previous two filtration methods. As cloth, it allows a ton of oils to make it through into the cup, while keeping most of the sediment out. I've found cups made with this filter are much sweeter than what I'm used to, and the body, while full, is smooth and almost syrupy without any dusty or dirty sensation.

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C.D.
Size seems off

I love the coffee sock, I have it for 3 other brewers, however I feel like the sock for the Aeropress seems a bit small. also the ends always seem to flip up when they dry. I use a combo of a metal disk and the coffee sock and it seemed to fix the problem and make a great brew.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
P.
Rich and clean

So I have mostly been using the Able Disk filter with my Aeropress (for many years). I like the extra body and the silt I can usually ignore. With finer grinds the metal filter can become harder to press, especially if not completely cleaned from previous use.
Decided to give this a try as another reusable option. So far I am impressed. Nice body, no fines, easy to press. The upkeep hasn't been too much of a chore either. I just make sure to use the spray nozzle in the sink to clean it after each use and then pop it back in a small nalgene jar in the freezer until the next use. When I take it out I pop it in my mug with some hot water while my brew is steeping to get it ready again. Simple. So far I am half and half with this and the Able disk in use.

G
G.H.

A good surprise. I store the filter in the fridge or freezer based on James Hoffman's treatment of cloth filters and I'm not getting any musty flavors in my cup.

C
C.J.
Smooth and beautiful

These produce such a silky mouthfeel - a totally different cup to what I'm used to!

L
L.D.
Excellent means of preparing Aeropress

This cloth filter compensates for a lot of the disadvantages of the previous two filtration methods. As cloth, it allows a ton of oils to make it through into the cup, while keeping most of the sediment out. I've found cups made with this filter are much sweeter than what I'm used to, and the body, while full, is smooth and almost syrupy without any dusty or dirty sensation.

C
C.D.
Size seems off

I love the coffee sock, I have it for 3 other brewers, however I feel like the sock for the Aeropress seems a bit small. also the ends always seem to flip up when they dry. I use a combo of a metal disk and the coffee sock and it seemed to fix the problem and make a great brew.

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