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REUSABLE COFFEE FILTERS - LINEN
REUSABLE COFFEE FILTERS - LINEN
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REUSABLE COFFEE FILTERS - LINEN

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Marley's Monsters
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Reusable Coffee Filters. Two styles to choose from a Cone Style, size #4 for pour overs or Basket style for use in coffee machines that make 6-12 cups and have plastic basket filters.

Both come in a 2 pack. Ready to up your coffee game?

These reusable coffee filters are made with 100% Organic Unbleached Linen and offer a solution to disposable filters. Cotton thread ensures a long life and plastic-free coffee experience.

Use and care instructions: Before first use, we recommend boiling filters for 10 minutes to prepare them for your coffee ritual. To brew, place one Reusable Filter inside the drip coffee cone of your choice, and fill it with the desired amount of ground coffee. Pour boiling water over the grounds. Empty grounds from the filter after use, rinse, and hang dry. You can store your filter(s) in water in the fridge, or freezer for prolonged freshness. Boil filters periodically to clean.

Made by Marley's Monsters in Eugene, Oregon.

Made in the United States of America.

Materials

100% Organic Unbleached Linen.

Packaging

Comes with a paper sleeve. 

Marley's Monsters

From the Founder:

Hi, I'm Sarah (Marley and Fox's Mom). 
I started Marley's Monsters while on maternity leave from my career as an interior designer, waiting for the arrival of my first baby in January of 2013. I have always had a passion for making anything and everything, so I knew that I wanted to make Marley something special before she was born. I decided that this project would be a stuffed monster made with the fabric scraps I'd collected for years. I pulled my dusty sewing machine out of the closet and taught myself how to use it. I really hadn't sewn anything since I was a little girl and never fully understood the ins and outs of working a sewing machine. But after hard work, dedication and trial and error, Marley's first monster was born. After the monster I just kept going. I started making Marley everything she needed, always with sustainability and reusability in mind. Throughout the baby years, I tried product after product and learned what I liked and didn't like about each one before designing my own version. Every recommendation or new product request from my customers also helped us to grow into what Marley's Monsters is today.