Make your daily coffee ritual zero waste with our reusable linen coffee filters.
Ethically made in Pennsylvania with two layers of 100% organic linen for a delicious smooth brew every time.
Works in v-60, pour over and/or cone style machine.
#2 and #4
Lasts for at least 450 uses!
How to use: wash or boil before using for the first time. Brew coffee as usual. Cool, empty grounds and rinse, then air dry. To remove built up oils, soak overnight in diluted white vinegar every 3 months.
We’ll get your order to the mail carrier in 3-5 days
beautiful • sustainable • practical
Linen Coffee Filter(s)
The linen coffee filter(s) I recently purchased is terrific! It works with my porcelain coffee filter holder beautifully. It’s easy to scrape out the spent coffee grounds for composting and to rinse the filter out to hang up and dry on a hook. I love it!
We love these filters and just bought 6 more so we have them for the future. Sorry you have discontinued them.
Cost effective & environmentally friendly
I love my linen coffee filter for my Chemex. I literally use it every day! I still have my original that I bought over a year ago. They work great & last quite a long time. I can't imagine ever using any other filter again.
Easy Breezy Sustainable
This is a beautiful coffee filter that we use in our chemex!
kitchen garden textiles
Thanks for your review! We're glad that the linen coffee filter is making your coffee ritual more beautiful and sustainable.
Does what I need it to do!
This filter works great with my pour over. It holds a little less grounds that the paper one, and drips faster, but I can't taste the difference (maybe I am not enough of a coffee snob). Definitely worth it to not use paper filters!
kitchen garden textiles
Thank you so much for your review of our linen coffee filter! We're glad you're loving it and that it's been an easy, sustainable switch for your morning coffee routine.
Our story is told through all of our textiles and our produce bags tell it best.
Like all of our textiles, they began as crops, just like the food they keep fresh. They replace single use and plastic disposables and build on the ancient tradition of letting linen’s antibacterial qualities work for you in the kitchen. Flax grown for linen can be an integral part of regenerative farming systems, helping to build carbon stocks on working landscapes. When your linen products are spent, they are compostable.
We give $4.50 from each produce bag you purchase to regenerative farms.