Yiting - Pure-F Non-woven filter recipe

Yiting Coffee Pourover Recipe

Hi everyone,

It's Ply here. Today I want to share with you a recipe that I made specifically for Yiting non-woven fabric filter.

About Yiting:

Yiting Pure F is a recyclable non-woven fabric coffee filter. This filter was used by the individual who placed 5th in the 2019 world brewers cup in Taiwan. It is made in Taiwan from proprietary food-grade non-woven fabric, a PE+PP composite. Heat-resistant, non-toxic, eco-friendly, and recyclable. Temperature: up to 100°C / 212°F.


2 Cups = 1-2 cups, same size as V60-01, 2-cup Kono, 2-cup Origami, and 2-cup Cafec

4 Cups = 1-4 cups, same size as V60-02, 4-cup Kono, 4-cup Origamis, and 4-cup Cafec

Pro tips: The filter doesn't have structure like what you would experience with paper filter, so this can be harder for you to rinse. You can place a spoon on the filter and lean against the seam while rinsing the filter. You will notice that the water is almost floating on top of the filter, this is due to it's hydrophobicity of the filter.

Goal of the recipe: I find that sometime Yiting brew can result in an unbalance cup that would tilt the flavour toward more sweet and extremely well structured mouthfeel, but lack in acidity. The recipe that I came up with results in maintaining that vibrant acidity and still maintain good sweetness and that well structured silky and creamy mouthfeel. This recipe works with most coffee and can be scale up as well.


Coffee: 16g (15g if the coffee is too heavy)
Water: 240g, 90-95C (lower for wild extent fermentation coffee)
Medium-coarse grind:  JX-pro - 4.3 rotations, 1Zpresso K - 7.2-7.8, Comandante - 25-28.

- 60g bloom for 45s
- add 60g of water, take note of your water level after the pour. This will be the water level you want to maintain in subsequent brews.
- add 20g of water every 10s or so to maintain water level.
- finish adding all the water by around 2 min
Total brew time: 2:30-3 min

I hope that you will enjoy this recipe! - Ply

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