• Filtre papier blanc traditionnel CAFEC - Cafec - Société des Cafés
  • Filtre papier blanc traditionnel CAFEC - Cafec - Société des Cafés
  • Traditional CAFEC Paper Filter - White
  • Traditional CAFEC Paper Filter - White

Traditional CAFEC Paper Filter - White

FSC certified traditional white Abaca paper filter.

For more flavors

Since there is no crepe paper inside, the area is small. The fine coffee powders settle in this small area, so there is little water path left, so that water can collect well inside the paper filter. By accumulating water, the aromas multiply more.

In addition, thanks to the outer layer, the outgoing coffee liquid flows smoothly.

Technical specifications

  • Thickness 0.15 mm
  • Density:high
  • Crepe on one side (no crepe inside and crepe outside)
  • 100 filters per pack

Infusion method with the traditional CAFEC filter

  1. Bend the hatched rim about 3mm before placing it in the infusion cone to avoid leaking coffee to the bottom of the coffee filter
  2. Place the Flower Dripper infusion cone on your coffee cup.
  3. Insert the filter into the infusion cone and place your ground coffee. The ideal amount is between 10 and 12 g of coffee per cup (130 to 150ml of water).
  4. Pour the hot water in a small circular motion from the center outwards, then a larger motion, to wet the coffee evenly. Wait 30 seconds for degassing.
  5. Once the coffee grounds have fully expanded, start pouring water again in a circular motion (small to large movements), 3 to 4 times.
  6. Once you've reached your water/coffee ratio, remove the brew cone from your cup.
Regular price
FREE SHIPPING from $50 (Eastern Canada) and $75 (Central and Western)
FIXED RATE at $8.95 for Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes
LOCAL DELIVERY at $6.95 in Quebec City (when available in delivery options)
PICKUP IN STORE option offered at the delivery stage

Our freshness policy

All our bags of coffee beans are sold at regular price within 2 months of their roast date for medium roasts and 4 months for light roasts.

Learn more about the freshness of coffee