Trader Joe’s No. 2 Brown Coffee Filters Reviews

(7 customer reviews)

Contains 100 “number two” style coffee filter cones, which fits Melitta, Krups, Braun, Oster, and other coffeemakers that use a #2 size filter cone.


7 reviews for Trader Joe’s No. 2 Brown Coffee Filters Reviews

  1. Mark

    I am giving up on these. I’ve tried to like them – when they work they make good pour-over coffee. But too many times the seam fails and the ground coffee ends up washing into my coffee mug.

  2. Eric Burgstaller

    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. IT IS RUBBISH. Trader Joe’s NATURAL BROWN COFFEE FILTERS #2 are no good at all. I purchased a pack (for $ 2.29, at Store no. 0640 in Arlington VA, on 03/16/2022) three weeks ago, and have been using these filters every day since. They cannot hold my std. quantity for two cups of pour-over, i.e. five teaspoons of ground coffee. On average, 1 filter in 3 bursts, with all the precious coffee ending up unfiltered in the pot. – This product is of course a lot cheaper than Melitta Filters, but it is USELESS!! This disappointed customer has returned to Melitta Filters. SHAME on Trader Joe’s for trying to peddle such a flawed product.

  3. Carol

    I use these all the time and they work great. There have been none of the problems that others have mentioned

  4. Joseph A Aro

    I’ve used this product for more years than I can remember. Users complaining about seam bursts do not know how to use cone filters. Fold over the bottom and side seams and the filter never fails.

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  6. Lindsay

    So disappointing! I use these for a standard pour over and every other time the seam fails and I’m left with a mountain of grounds in my mug, which ends up being a waste of coffee.

  7. Tina

    I’ve used these Natural cone #4 filters for years, with a pour over set-up of a fine mesh strainer filtering in a 2 cup glass pyrex. Worked fine. Decided to upgrade my homemade system and get a Hario ceramic dripper, and a borosilicate glass brewing carafe. Popped in my TJ filter, after folding at both seams as Hario suggested, and twice, a hole in the bottom of the filter that allowed my coffee to flow into the container! I even doubled the filters the second cup, and the same result.
    One thing I did notice with this box even before I bought the new pour over utensils….the paper these filters are made from is far less dense, than the filters in the previous boxes. TJ has found a cheaper supplier, and it shows in the effectiveness of the filter to successfully deliver your coffee, absent the coffee grounds.

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