Chemex Bonded Filters
Invented in 1941, the Chemex Coffeemaker, with its one-piece hour-glass shape made of heat-resistant glass, produces a pure cup of coffee without imparting any of its own flavors. The family-owned company in Western Massachusetts produces the iconic vessels, which have remained unchanged for more than 70 years. The visual elegance of this coffeemaker has also earned it a spot in the permanent collection at MOMA NY and other museums. Finally, drinking coffee is recognized as an art form.
These filters are 20% to 30% heavier than their competition, which means they are more likely to remove the finest sediments, as well as unwanted oils and fats. There are 100 filters in each pack.
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