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Hey guys, any suggestions for equipment to take with me while camping? I have the coffee percolator that I can use to brew coffee on the fireplace. I also am interested in buying a portable coffee maker that runs on electricity, like the ones here - link removed
Apologies if this question's already got a thread. I had a search but couldn't see anything. Anyhow. Just wondering, in this halcyon age of reasonable quality portable coffee-making devices, what's the most unusual/impressive place you've made a coffee? I'll kick things off. Location: in a canoe, sitting in a lock while the water drained, on the Thames, just outside London. Method: Aeropress (inverted) into a tin mug Hot water from: Thermos flask Coffee: ground into a tin before the trip Notable challenges: not dripping disgusting river water into my freshly made coffee! Anyone else?
Hi all, Thinking ahead to my holiday, I am considering how I will get my coffee fix in the morning short of taking my espresso machine with me. I thought it would be a great idea to pack a brew type device and use that for coffees when away. I have only used a filter coffee machine and French Press in the past so not really familiar with the differences between the variety of devices. Ideally, I would like to be able to make up to 2 Americanos at a time but if I will get significantly better results making them individually, then that is fine too. So, looking around, it seems the most travel friendly options are: French Press Hario V60 Kalita Wave Aeropress Which one would get me the closest to an Americano pulled from an Espresso machine ? Thanks