I bought a Swiss Gold filter just because I wanted to see if it really made a difference whe using my Clever Dripper or Moccamaster and when I opened it, well…it isn’t gold.
All the ones I have seen on YouTube etc were actually gold in colour. So, were they originally coated in gold and as the new ones seem not to be, does or would that make a difference to what they claime i.e Swiss Gold ‘for a better taste’. Also, can’t they be done by trades descriptions if there is no gold or….is the coating now white gold.🤑
One other thing… Do any of you use one and if so, do you also put a paper filter in first too, which I have heard some people do… and isn’t that defeating the object? Or is it to stop the possibility of any sediment, but again wouldn’t that effect the taste?
Oh, and what about grind size? Different than if using just a paper filter?
Questions, questions…..As you can see I have far too much time on my hands.😉