Savor a cleaner cup of coffee by pairing the Delibru Reusable K-Cup with these unbleached, all-natural, biodegradable paper filters.
Each filter costs as little as $0.08, helping you enjoy the cleanest K-Cup coffee you've ever had while saving both money and the environment.
Delibru makes our top-ranked reusable K-Cup because they excel in 2 critical areas:
Their paper filters are no exception.
Delibru uses thick, premium-quality German paper that other brands can't beat. This gives you a few key advantages:
For more information on Delibru (and why they're one of our favorite Keurig accessory brands) check out our full Delibru review.
My mornings are incredibly busy:
All before 8:00 am.
That's why I love the convenience Keurig coffee makers provide.
What I don't love are the 4 major drawbacks of all single-serve coffee makers.
"K-Cups are cheaper than getting a coffee from your local coffee shop!"
While true, that's only half of the story. You know what's cheaper than K-Cups?
A regular ol' bag of coffee.
Your typical bag of ground coffee starts at around $7 per pound, which is enough to brew about 36 coffees. That's $0.19 per serving. Add in the cost of these optional paper filters ($0.08 per serving) and we're up to $0.27 per serving using a reusable K-Cup and paper filter.
K-Cups cost $0.40-$0.60 per serving.
Did you know coffee starts going stale just 2 weeks after being roasted?
And even when stored properly, it starts losing its brightness and flavor in as few as 9 hours?
When do you think that coffee in your K-Cup was roasted and ground? Most K-Cup manufacturers won't tell you, but it's probably measured in months, not weeks.
There are some K-Cup brands like HiLine Coffee that roast more frequently and sell fresher K-Cups, but they're more expensive than that $0.40-$0.60 price range quoted above.
Some people like drinking the same cup of coffee every day for years. Many see coffee more as a vehicle for caffeine consumption than a drink to be enjoyed.
If that's you, that's fine!
But that isn't me.
My kitchen counter is an always-rotating display of coffee beans from around the world. There are 69 coffee-producing countries, and I want to try them all!
Traditional K-Cups limit you to what manufacturers sell. Sometimes you'll find a single-origin K-Cup from Colombia or Mexico, but you'll rarely find some of the truly artisan roasts that make my morning coffee routine one of my daily highlights.
Plastic is a problem. We produce way too much of it and don't recycle nearly enough.
We end up drinking it.
Plastic never breaks down or goes away; it only breaks into smaller and smaller pieces until they're so microscopic they can be found in our air and our drinking water.
Using reusable K-Cups eliminates one of the worst offenders: single-use plastics like traditional K-Cups, which are made from #7 composite plastic that we can't recycle even if we wanted to!
OK, I'll stop preaching about why reusable K-Cups are the way to go.
I mean, if you're reading this review of Delibru's paper filters, chances are you've already made a reusable K-Cup part of your daily routine!
Your wallet, taste buds, and planet thank you.
So, let's talk about why Delibru's All-Natural Paper Filters are the way to go.
If you're worried about adding more steps to your morning coffee routine (Keurigs are supposed to be convenient after all!), well, stop worrying.
It takes, like, 5-10 seconds to use one of Delibru's paper filters.
And you're done.
Your Keurig's brew assembly is a harsh environment with nearly 200°F water being forced through finely ground coffee.
That heat and pressure is enough to break down lesser paper filters.
But not Delibru's.
They're made from thick, high-quality, all-natural German paper capable of withstanding the jungle hurricane inside your coffee maker.
That means 3 things for you:
That's not something you can say about other paper filters.
Maybe you're thinking, "That extra piece of paper on top looks like it'll be a hassle to deal with."
You know what's even more of a hassle?
Not using the lid and having to clean ground coffee out of the tiny holes in the reusable K-Cup's lid.
The paper lid isn't a nuisance. It's a time-saver.
Most people toss traditional plastic K-Cups in the trash when they're done with them.
Out of sight, out of mind, amirite?
Those used K-Cups may not be your problem anymore, but now they're our problem.
To combat this problem, Delibru makes their paper filters out of 100% biodegradable paper.
When you're done brewing, tip your reusable K-Cup's contents into your trash can without pangs of guilt.
Or you can even try composting them!
Reusable K-Cups are the way to go. I've already hammered that home ad nauseam.
And if you want to make the most of your budget-friendly, reusable K-Cup, try adding Delibru's All-Natural Paper Filters.
The major benefit?
They'll filter out every bit of sediment for an incredibly bright, clean cup of coffee.
Why choose Delibru's paper filters over the competition?
You trust Keurig for your all-important coffee routine because Keurig delivers consistent, reliable performance.
You can trust Delibru for the same reasons.