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1) From: Blake R.
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Can someone tell me if the "Porcelain #4 Size Coffee Cone Filter Holder" =
will fit over a mug?  I want to brew into a mug or a larger thermal =
caraf.  Should I consider the #1 size porcelain instead?
Thanks ... Blake

2) From: Sandy Andina
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The ideal size cone for a larger mug is a #2 filter size.  A #4 will  
fit a thermal carafe, though.  #6 is the size analogous to most  
larger machines like Technivorms or Starbucks Barista Aroma.  #1 is  
best for an 8-oz or smaller mug (the usual size you see in hotels).   
I pack a #2 in case I encounter just such a mug, with a radius too  
small to stably use an Aeropress.  (I used to have a Melitta 1-mug  
electric auto-drip that took #1s--it lasted 20 yrs!)
On Jul 11, 2007, at 5:53 PM, Blake R. wrote:
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The ideal size cone for a larger =
mug is a #2 filter size.  A #4 will fit a thermal carafe, though.  =
#6 is the size analogous to most larger machines like Technivorms or =
Starbucks Barista Aroma.  #1 is best for an 8-oz or smaller mug (the =
usual size you see in hotels).  I pack a #2 in case I encounter just =
such a mug, with a radius too small to stably use an Aeropress.  (I =
used to have a Melitta 1-mug electric auto-drip that took #1s--it lasted =
20 yrs!)
On Jul 11, 2007, at 5:53 PM, Blake R. =
wrote:
Can someone tell me if = the "Porcelain #4 Size Coffee Cone Filter Holder" will fit over a mug?  = I want to brew into a mug or a larger thermal caraf.  Should I = consider the #1 size porcelain = instead?  = Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

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