z0mbie Senior Member Joined: 26 Sep 2013 Posts: 382 Location: Online Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Mon May 19, 2014, 9:15am Subject: glass pour over filter
Does this exist?
To clarify I'm not talking about the apparatus which the filter sits in, but the actual filtering "medium". I put quotes around that word because a glass medium is probably impractical if not impossible to manufacture without some serious know how (as well as legal disclaimers for its use!) It would have to have a practical thickness so it can be handled and washed safely.. i envision it looking like something of a cross between a pour over cone and a port a filter basket, however without as many holes.
The idea here is to get completely eliminate the influence paper and stainless steel have on the final outcome.
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