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Old 06-11-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
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I really enjoy my morning coffee in the woods but I need suggestions about brewing coffee ... I normally camp without power so options are limited. I've done the old stand by perk, I've used a coffee press, I have a Coleman stove top drip ... Does anyone have any other options I should consider? The stove top drip is ok but it's so slow - I think it sits too high from the burner. What else is out there ?
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Old 06-11-2014, 09:58 PM   #2
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Keurig and a Generator?
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Old 06-11-2014, 10:01 PM   #3
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There's always instant coffee.

(Said from a non-coffee drinker.)
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Someone linked to a coffee press that could use the keurig cups.
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Correct - apologies for not supplying the link
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Let's get this straight, you don't drink coffee, yet you work in IT? You'd be a rare one around here.
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Let's get this straight, you don't drink coffee, yet you work in IT? You'd be a rare one around here.

LOL, yep- can't stand the stuff, though I love the smell of fresh ground coffee. I worked 2-jobs back to back who made sludge in the coffee pot. It started triggering heartburn and has ever since.

Let me rock your world a little more- I dislike Mountain Dew, have never had a monster/5-hour/you name it energy drink AND Doritos are NOT a staple of my diet (though, I do enjoy them and have consumed vast quantities in stereotypical hack-a-thons).

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LOL, yep- can't stand the stuff, though I love the smell of fresh ground coffee. I worked 2-jobs back to back who made sludge in the coffee pot. It started triggering heartburn and has ever since.

Let me rock your world a little more- I dislike Mountain Dew, have never had a monster/5-hour/you name it energy drink AND Doritos are NOT a staple of my diet (though, I do enjoy them and have consumed vast quantities in stereotypical hack-a-thons).

Well, I can agree with you on the Monster, etc... for the most part. But 5-hour's are a staple when I'm at the client site. Like Buckley's, they taste awful, and they work.
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Well, I can agree with you on the Monster, etc... for the most part. But 5-hour's are a staple when I'm at the client site. Like Buckley's, they taste awful, and they work.

I get jittery when on coffee from the caffeine; I can't imagine my pulse on a 5-hour!
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