Are brown coffee filters better than white?

Are brown coffee filters better than white?

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  1. I’m NOT an expert on the subject, so this is my personal opinion. The white filters are the result of the brown filters having been bleached. Personally, I wouldn’t drink bleach & I can find NO data as to how much of the bleach leeches into the coffee. In my attempt to err on the side of caution, I prefer to use the brown filters as they are more NATURAL!!!

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  2. Are brown coffee filters better than white?

    They are less processed than bleached filters, as is evidenced by unbleached filters’ brown color. Paper is naturally brown and only turns white with bleach. (Almost all the paper you use has been breached.) Because they’re less processed, they are a better option for the environment.
    What’s the difference between brown coffee filters and white coffee filters?
    The main difference between bleached and unbleached coffee filters is that bleached ones have been whitened. This can be done through a tiny amount of chlorine or something called oxygen-bleaching. … Bleached paper coffee filters ready for use.

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  3. Brown coffee filter doesn’t brew a better coffee. However, use of brown filters is environment friendly as the brown paper obtained in the paper manufacturing units is made into the brown filters as such without subjecting it into bleaching process whereas for production of the white filters the brown paper requires to be bleached by chlorine.

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  4. Brown coffee filter has one process missing over white as I understand it
    White paper is the end process after chlorine is used to whiten the raw product.
    “” Chlorine is used to give paper its white appearance and to remove “lignin,” an element of wood fiber that yellows paper when exposed to sunlight (as occurs with newsprint).””
    The upside means that less bleach/chlorine is getting into the environment.

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