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Re: Coffee while out on trail?

Your post makes me think I need to check the wattage requirements on the Rocket Apartmento for an FJ Barista Mod.
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Serious question here - why has no-one made an in-dash espresso machine?
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I solved the coffee problem by drinking iced tea instead.
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I solved the coffee problem by drinking iced tea instead.
Billy tea brewed over a fire is something special. Basically the same as cowboy coffee.

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Billy tea brewed over a fire is something special. Basically the same as cowboy coffee.
Is that like Billy Beer?

( dating myself with that one...)
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Re: Coffee while out on trail?

I use the Coleman propane drip coffee maker. Works good. Also has a stainless carafe has a nice carry bag as well.


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Re: Coffee while out on trail?

My wife and I use a little hot pot hooked up to a 1000W inverter, and either Starbucks Via instant packages, or a french press with the boiling water. If we're not using the battery, then we use a Coleman propane stove to heat up the water instead.
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Have you ever tried a Bialetti? Get a fire. Boil your water. Steam out your coffee. Bam!

https://www.bialetti.com/coffee/stov...d19fc96ibpteh3

Best to measure out ahead of time.

Just cuz it's Japanese, doesn't mean it's fueled off RICE.
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Too funny...
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Re: Coffee while out on trail?

If it's breakfast time, I'll throw a little backpacking pot on my old Primus 2 burner propane stove. Otherwise I use one of those tiny single burner backpacking stoves that I got at big 5 or REI like 10 years ago. Then I use this little GSI drip coffee maker https://gsioutdoors.com/ultralight-java-drip.html
It's simple, easy to clean, and perfect for a single cup or travel mug of coffee. Plus it clips onto pretty much any mug, and is nearly impossible to crush or break in my kit. One of these days I'll get something nicer, but it's served me well for a couple years now.

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