【Made in Japan】Abaca filter paper is one of the strongest fibers and is recognized by the Japanese hand-punching champion. It is highly durable to sunlight and humidity, and environmentally friendly instead of wood. The non-wood manila hemp is woven on both sides, which has the best weave height difference and is conducive to extracting smoother and smoother coffee. Flexible, durable, highly breathable and highly permeable Compared to ordinary wood pulp, plantain fibers are half as thin but four times stronger, and Abaca filter paper takes advantage of these characteristics to achieve high liquid permeability, durability and flexibility. The JHDC (Japan Hand Drip Championship) certified Abaca filter paper has attracted a lot of attention in the coffee industry. One of the features of the Abaca filter paper is that it can extract better quality coffee with better acidity, which is highly appreciated.
1. Reduced forest resource consumption and environmental burden. The filter paper is 80% made of manila hemp, which can be planted in a short period of time and is resistant to weather and insects.
2. Manila hemp fiber diameter is fine, strong and flexible, good air permeability. 3.
3. the material is strong, strong support, not easily deformed by water. 4.
4. The paper has an uneven texture, which makes the coffee powder easy to be absorbed in the texture, and the powder is less likely to cause clogging, which is more favorable to coffee extraction. Because of the difference in material characteristics, the flavor of the coffee filter has more layers than the traditional wood pulp filter paper. If you want to find a balance between pulp and flannel, hemp filter paper is a good choice.