Skip to product information
1 of 1

Aeropress Filter Papers - Brew Quality Aeropress Coffee

Aeropress Filter Papers - Brew Quality Aeropress Coffee

Regular price $7.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $7.00 USD
Sale Sold out

Paper filters for Aeropress.

350 filters in each pack.

When it comes to brewing coffee with an Aeropress, there are two main filter options available: paper filters and metal disc filters. Both options have their pros and cons, and choosing the right filter can make a big difference in the taste and texture of your coffee.

Paper filters are the more traditional option for Aeropress brewing. They are made from thin, disposable sheets of paper that are designed to fit into the Aeropress filter cap. The purpose of the paper filter is to remove any sediment or fines from the coffee, resulting in a clean and crisp cup. Paper filters are also very easy to use and require minimal clean up, as they can simply be disposed of after use.

On the other hand, metal disc filters are a newer option for Aeropress brewing. They are made from thin, perforated metal discs that are designed to fit into the Aeropress filter cap. Unlike paper filters, metal disc filters are reusable and can last for years with proper care. They also allow more of the coffee's natural oils and flavours to pass through, resulting in a richer and more complex cup of coffee.

So, which filter option is right for you? The answer ultimately depends on your personal preferences and brewing style.

If you prefer a clean and crisp cup of coffee, then paper filters may be the way to go. Paper filters are particularly well-suited for brewing lighter roasts, as they can help to balance out any sour or bitter flavours that might be present.

On the other hand, if you prefer a richer and more complex cup of coffee, then metal disc filters may be more your style. Metal disc filters are particularly well-suited for brewing darker roasts, as they can help to highlight the coffee's natural sweetness and body.

It's also worth noting that metal disc filters require a slightly different brewing technique than paper filters. With metal disc filters, you'll want to use a coarser grind and a longer brew time to ensure that the coffee doesn't become over-extracted or bitter. You may also need to experiment with different brewing techniques to find the one that works best for you.

In terms of clean up, paper filters are definitely the easier option. With paper filters, all you need to do is dispose of the used filter and give the Aeropress a quick rinse. With metal disc filters, you'll need to remove the filter, rinse it off, and dry it before storing it for next time.

 Both paper filters and metal disc filters have their pros and cons, and the right choice depends on your personal preferences and brewing style. If you're new to Aeropress brewing, it may be worth trying both options to see which one you prefer. Ultimately, the key to great coffee is finding the right combination of beans, water, and brewing method, so don't be afraid to experiment and try new things!

PRODUCT DETAILS
When it comes to brewing coffee with an Aeropress, there are two main filter options available: paper filters and metal disc filters. Both options have their pros and cons, and choosing the right filter can make a big difference in the taste and texture of your coffee.
View full details

We are 1% for the planet & beyond. This means that we are committed to contributing over 1% of our company turnover every year to local and Australian national causes to improve the environment and the quality of life of Australian people.

In fact we go further than and contribute 2% of our total company turnover to help drive real and purposeful change in Australia.

In other words, if our small business Mikro Coffee Roasters does not make a net profit for the financial year, we are still making a large contribution to worthy causes to help create positive social and environmental impact regardless of how profitable our company is.

As of 2022-2023 financial year Mikro Coffee Roasters is commited to ensure that 2% of our annual sales from all activities including our 1% for the planet membership commitment are contributed to registered charitable organizations to help make a real and meaningful impact to social and environmental causes.

Our commitment as a company is to contribute 2% of our total sales annually.

Each quarter we consult with our team members as well as our customers to decide which causes should take priority for our contributions and donations and distribute our funds and product accordingly.

You can download our donations policy here...

This policy is current as of 1st of July 2023

As of 2022 we support the following not for profit organizations:

Bayleaf Community Kitchen  - 

Bay Leaf Community Kitchen is a non-profit charity providing quality home cooked meals and support for families in need in the Geelong region.

Sea Shepherd Australia - Protecting our oceans from pollution and poaching

Surfrider Foundation Australia (Torquay)

Surfrider Foundation Australia is a registered not for profit sea-roots organisation dedicated to the protection of Australia’s waves and beaches through conservation, activism, research and education.

Surfers Appreciating the Natural Environment (SANE Torquay) - 

S.A.N.E Promoting awareness and understanding of coastal conservation issues & undertake conservation projects on the surf coast.

The Wheen Bee Foundation - Organisation protecting our bees

Backpack Bed For Homeless - 

Founder Tony Clark and his wife Lisa designed the life-saving Sleeping Bag Hypothermia Pack and the Backpack Bed® (emergency swag) to give dignity to homeless people without shelter.

Greenfleet Australia

Greenfleet plants native biodiverse forests in Australia and New Zealand to restore critical ecosystems and capture carbon emissions on behalf of our supporters.  Our forests are legally protected, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, improve soil and water quality, and provide vital habitat for native wildlife.

Surf Coast Energy Group Inc. (SCEG)

The Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG) is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation encouraging positive behaviour change and promoting an understanding of climate change and resource use.

CERES

Ceres is an environmental education centre, community garden, urban farm and social enterprise hub spread across 4 locations linked by the Merri and Darebin creeks

Check out our 1% For The Planet certified member profile here...

Without you and your support we couldn't help make these positive contributions possible and we thank you for supporting a small Victorian based coffee roastery!

This information is up to date, true and correct as of July 2023.

If you are having trouble finding what you need or just need help with some tips to make the most of your Mikro Coffee at home please check out some useful links below!

Mikro Home Coffee Youtube Channel

Home Coffee Accessories

Contact Us

 

Collection

BUY 2KG OF YOUR FAVOURITE BLEND

BUY 2KG OF YOUR FAVOURITE BLEND

BUY 2KG OF YOUR FAVOURITE BLEND