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Old 04-20-2013, 09:46 AM   #91
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Bunn like Bodzcampers...with Dunkin Donuts coffee.
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Old 04-20-2013, 10:10 AM   #92
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Old 04-20-2013, 10:22 AM   #93
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My Bunn at the CG broke. I hate coffee that takes 10 or 15 mins to make but dont want to spend 100 or more on a new one. Any suggestions for other brands that make coffee nearly as fast as a Bunn (2 mins)? I know this is picky, but I get impatient for coffee in the morning. Not good at programming as I forget to do it.
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:17 AM   #94
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Coleman perks or any other will be quick depending on BTU output of burner. In my 2012 Windjammer only takes about 5
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:19 AM   #95
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Cowboy coffee takes about same: water to boil, add grounds, let steep add 3/4 cup ice or cold water( this pushes grounds to bottom, no need to filter), pour and enjoy. Play with grounds to get the right jolt. Used this everyday while n Nam and Iraq.
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Old 04-20-2013, 12:01 PM   #96
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[QUOTE=bodzcampers;355185]My Bunn at the CG broke. I hate coffee that takes 10 or 15 mins to make but dont want to spend 100 or more on a new one. Any suggestions for other brands that make coffee nearly as fast as a Bunn (2 mins)? I know this is picky, but I get impatient for coffee in the morning.

Keurig makes a small model that can be found for under $100, but not much under. Unlike the bigger Keurigs, you have to pour water in for each cup, but it's still fast and convenient and doesn't take up a lot of counter space.
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:36 PM   #97
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I grind Dunkin' Donuts Coffee fresh, each morning. I brew it in a drip pot.
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Old 01-12-2014, 07:58 PM   #98
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At home I use a Keurig with an Italian roast (I drink it black) and the DH drinks tea.
Now when camping it's a different story, we do mochas. Boil water in the kettle on the stove top (no power needed) and use hot chocolate mix (I have tried many, but the Safeway brand - the one that comes in a can and scoop yourself - is my fav) mixed with instant espresso (Medaglia D'Oro) topped with some half and half for extra creaminess...better than Starbucks any day! My ratio is 4/2 chocolate/espresso.
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At home I use a Keurig with an Italian roast (I drink it black) and the DH drinks tea.
Now when camping it's a different story, we do mochas. Boil water in the kettle on the stove top (no power needed) and use hot chocolate mix (I have tried many, but the Safeway brand - the one that comes in a can and scoop yourself - is my fav) mixed with instant espresso (Medaglia D'Oro) topped with some half and half for extra creaminess...better than Starbucks any day! My ratio is 4/2 chocolate/espresso.

We have a Keurig for both home and the trailer. Mind you, I'll never have to worry about not having power. The spouse won't camp without the AC.
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We have a Black & Decker single-brew coffee maker (DW is a tea drinker). The B&D is similar in size to a Keurig, but you use your own filters and ground coffee. We normally buy the San Francisco coffee from Costco and grind it ourselves, both at home and in the MH.

We're FHU campers, so power availability isn't an issue.
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