Who needs plastic K-Cups or single-use paper filters when the power of eco-organic cloth can substitute? Our Khala reusable coffee filters work from the kitchen to the campsite and all points in-between. Handmade in Colorado, these filters will help you reduce your environmental footprint and make an amazing cup of coffee.
Hemp-Cotton Cloth Reusable Coffee Filter Details:
Khala Coffee filters are made from organic hemp and cotton fabric.
Pour Over coffee filters are perfect for 6-10 cup Chemex style or pour over coffee makers.
#4 Cone coffee filters fit most 8-12 Cup Cone Coffee Makers.
There are two filters in each pack and each filter lasts for about one year.
On average 2.25 million cups of coffee are enjoyed everyday that equals around 140 million coffee filters and approximately 1.5 million trees.... Ouch! That's a lot of waste.
Reusable Coffee Filter Care:
After brewing your coffee, empty the grounds into your compost, rinse the filters clean with an Eco-Friendly soap and hang dry. If you are using the filters daily, we recommend a deep clean every two months. Boil the filters for about 10 minutes. If extra care is needed add a scoop of baking soda.
I have tried 3 different brands and these are the best!!!
I had been using a metal strainer for my cold brew and then filtering through cheesecloth bag. It was finally time to invest in something to make the weekly filtering less time consuming. I considered making them myself, but was glad I didn't because this fabric is better than anything I would've found. The seams appear strong, and I'm hoping with just weekly use, these will last me several years more than they are officially capable of. Thanks for the exact product I was looking for!
Love these reusable filters. A great replacement.
Tried these as a complete experiment. Didn't think they would work but was surprise to find that they make a great pot of coffee!
These reusable coffee filters have helped me to minimize the trash I make while camping! I just rinse out the grounds, dry out the filter and use again the next morning.