Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter
Dutch Coffee Filter

Dutch Coffee Filter

Regular price
$99.99
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$99.99
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The slow drip filtering process of this amazing looking drip filter, creates a mellow extraction that can be stored for several weeks in the fridge, if it lasts that long.

Just add ice or milk to create your version of iced coffee, or be a heathen like us and pop the finished coffee in the microwave to have a warm drink.

Costing up to $200 when purchased individually, pre-order now for a massive discount achieved by buying as a group.

This Dutch Coffee Filter is made of heat resistant glass and stainless steel, with a flow regulating valve so that you can control the water flow. We ordered a sample to test the product before offering it for sale, and it's really nice quality.

The only downside we can think of are the paper filters, there must be a better option. We're currently brainstorming alternatives. 

Ice Method

  1. Put a filter in the bottom of the filter pot (middle glass jar) and fill it with coarsely ground coffee beans.
  2. Fill the top glass pot with ice and put the lid on.
  3. Open the drip filter tap.
  4. Open it some more.
  5. Add a tiny bit of cold water so you can tell if the tap is open or not.
  6. Wait.
  7. Wait some more.
  8. Check back in the morning.
  9. We found that ice dripping didn't use many of the coffee grounds, just those that were dripped on, so we helped it to provide us with more coffee by applying some cold filtered water which runs slightly faster and gets more of the coffee.
  10. Drink with milk, ice, or other favourite things - has a lovely mellow taste.


Cold Water Method

  1. Put a filter in the bottom of the filter pot (middle glass jar) and fill it with coarsely ground coffee beans.
  2. Fill the top glass pot with cold filtered water and put the lid on.
  3. Open the drip filter tap.
  4. Close it a bit as it needs to be slower than it was for the ice method.
  5. Keep an eye on it initially to make sure it's dripping slowly enough so that the middle section isn't overwhelmed with water
  6. Then do more waiting.
  7. Check back later.
  8. Wonderful coffee is ready in the lower pot. Yum!
  9. Drink with milk, ice, or other favourite things - has a lovely mellow taste.


Hot Water Method

  1. We haven't tried this yet. It's probably identical to the cold water method but using hot water.
  2. We put the cold coffee in the microwave so we're probably going to coffee jail for doing this.
  3. It tasted great and we aren't sorry!


Cold Filtering Info & Tips

  • Make a big batch and stick it in the fridge to drink as and when you want it - it should be okay for a week or so.
  • Cold drip makes a mellow cuppa with minimal bitterness or acidity - the longer the process, the better the taste, within reason of course, no-one wants to wait 5 days for a cup of coffee no matter how sweet it tastes.
  • Use coarse ground beans to avoid sediment in your coffee. The coarser the better. Aim for raw sugar consistency.
  • If you do end up with sediment, put a cheesecloth into a sieve, pour the coffee in, and let it drip into a new container - but don't force it through, let it take its time. Squeezing releases the bitter flavours from whatever is left of the coffee grounds.
  • If it's too strong drinking the cold filtered coffee straight up, it can be mixed in a ratio of 1:1 with cold filtered water.
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