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leaveroomformilk
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Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012, 9:48pm
Subject: Cloth filter for Hario 02
 

Greetings... I started using a Hario 02 porcelain pour-over a couple of years ago, and at that time a cloth filter was available.  O loved it!  Sadly, this is no longer the case.  Does anyone know if the Hario Woodneck cloth filter would work on the 02?  Also I understand that Barismo used to sell some kind of "restriction devise" that slowed the water flow of a Hario pot but now I couldn't find it on their website.  There seems to be a plot afoot to limit my options!  ;>)  Anyone have any wisdom?  Google usually knows everything but has failed me this evening... Thanks for help.
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Posted Tue Jan 1, 2013, 4:25am
Subject: Re: Cloth filter for Hario 02
 

Cloth filters available from Wms Sonoma, Amazon, etc:  http://goo.gl/98vs9

RE:  Flow restricter.  I had the Barismo item in my Hario kettle.  I wouldn't buy it again.  Too slow.  I learned to adapt my pour before I moved on to a Paico kettle with a better tip.  Other Hario kettle owners often resort to a balled alum foil approach in the tip to slow the pour.

Paico kettle pic and vendor info.

 
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leaveroomformilk
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Posted Tue Jan 1, 2013, 7:44am
Subject: Re: Cloth filter for Hario 02
 

Thanks for the info about the flow restricter... That helps.  I probably wasn't very clear about the cloth filter.  The Hario 02 is different from the woodneck and Hario made  cloth filters that fit it perfectly but appear to have been discontinued.  I was wondering if the cloth filters, the ones you linked to that are made for the woodneck could work in the O2 without much problem... Thanks
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Posted Tue Jan 1, 2013, 8:13am
Subject: Re: Cloth filter for Hario 02
 

leaveroomformilk Said:

... I was wondering if the cloth filters, the ones you linked to that are made for the woodneck could work in the O2 without much problem... Thanks

Posted January 1, 2013 link

Don't know; not a cloth filter man due to the residuals and trying to deal with dirty filters.  Off tastes will come from those built out residual oils.  I use a Kone with my pourovers from Able Brewing and won't go back to Melitta whites.

RE:  Cloth availability - Nathan from GCBC offers an organic cotton sock.  Give his a look here  He indicates it fits the Hario.  Good luck!

 
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Posted Tue Jan 1, 2013, 5:56pm
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There's also this one, which I used for awhile, but was ultimate too lazy to keep up with: Click Here (prima-coffee.com)
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