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Hario Woodneck Filters

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Replacement Filters for Hario Drip Pot Woodneck
Price MatchGift Returnable
SKU: FD-3

In Japanese, HARIO means “The King of Glass”. Since its founding in 1921, this Japanese company has been manufacturing glassware of the highest quality for general consumers and for industrial uses. The Hario Drip Pot is representative of this commitment to excellence. The Woodneck Drip Pot makes use of cloth filters, and as such, is green alternative to other brewing methods that make use of paper filters. This brewing method is sure to yield a delicious cup of coffee.

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  • 3 cloth coffee filters included
  • Filters are reusable.
  • Designed specifically for the Hario Woodneck.

Specifications:
Manufacturer: Hario
Model: FD-3
Filters Included: 3

Hario

Originally known primarily as a company that produces glass products, Hario (also known as Hario Glass) has been working to produce high quality coffee and tea products since 1921. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. Hario has helped bring about a coffee renaissance in the U.S. by creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike for by-the-cup coffee brewing. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.

I am considering getting a woodneck but am more just interested in using cloth filters...is it possible to use this filter for my beehouse dripper? If not are there any other cloth filters that can be used for the beehouse? Thanks so much!

Asked by: christoph9512
Later this year we'll begin carrying Coffee Sock filters. Coffee Sock makes a #4 style cloth filter that would fit your Bee House. We don't have them available quite yet, but you should be able to order one direct. http://www.coffeesock.com/coffee-filters.html
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-10-09

Realistically, how many times is 1 filter reusable with a simple rinse in the sink?  Or, is it recommended to throw it in the clothes washing machine? 

Asked by: robbie
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