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Old 02-27-2016, 09:08 AM   #29
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I do it outside on the coleman with a old perk. used to do it without the guts in the perk but DW hates that so put the guts back in. (guts ie the thing that holds the coffee and ) so really I just boil the coffee
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Old 03-29-2016, 10:02 PM   #30
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One "long" shot of espresso every morning from a Nespresso machine. Takes 7 seconds and the only coffee I have for the day.
Start my day like that every single day.
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Old 06-19-2016, 02:45 PM   #31
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We roast our own coffee beans and then prepare them with either a Chemex drip brewer or Breville espresso machine. We learned to make drip while motorhoming with no hookups. Discovered we like it better than other ways excepting homemade Latte. We take most all the gear if we are going for more than a week. Otherwise we roast coffee in advance and go with the Chemex only. We are going for a couple of months this winter and the discussion is under way if there is room to take the espresso machine with us.

We just started roasting coffee this winter and there is no going back. It is really fun to try coffee from different countries around the world. Then there is the whole world of roast levels. It takes coffee enjoyment to a whole new level. You can start roasting with a Whirly Pop corn popper and see what you think.

I wonder if the percolator users have ever considered a Moka Pot?
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Old 06-19-2016, 05:31 PM   #32
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To the OP… If I were to be out with my son & grandson someday we would do as you do. Nothing like side boiled coffee with an egg in it on a crisp fall morning waiting for the flames to come down some so you can cook on cast iron. Never had any fancy hanging things.

But I travel to see things now days and spend the kid’s inheritance for the most part. So I do the KISS thing now with instant coffee and morning stuff cooked on the LP stove.

Memories remind me of cooking a steak literally on the coals of an oak fire. I like good food and that was great food.
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Old 06-19-2016, 05:42 PM   #33
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To the OP… If I were to be out with my son & grandson someday we would do as you do. Nothing like side boiled coffee with an egg in it on a crisp fall morning waiting for the flames to come down some so you can cook on cast iron. Never had any fancy hanging things.

But I travel to see things now days and spend the kid’s inheritance for the most part. So I do the KISS thing now with instant coffee and morning stuff cooked on the LP stove.

Memories remind me of cooking a steak literally on the coals of an oak fire. I like good food and that was great food.

The smell of the fire and coffee bring back some great memories. Not to say the new ways are not good. Just not my preference.
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Old 06-20-2016, 04:16 AM   #34
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Each evening before going to bed we (actually my DW) fills our cheap $29 Mr Coffee drip machine with 10 cups of water and puts a scoop of whole beans in a small hand held coffee grinder. Then, in the morning when I get up, I turn on our inverter, grind the coffee and dump it in the drip coffee maker. A quick press of the "brew" button and I can sit back and smell the wonderful aroma of the fresh ground beans.

After owning and operated a specialty coffee shop and cybercafe for several years I enjoy the opportunity to try a variety of different coffees blend so we switch it up with each bag of whole beans. Good coffee does not have to be expensive or complicated but it does have to be available as quickly as possible each morning.
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I saw this one on Facebook today.
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Old 06-29-2016, 09:00 AM   #36
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I saw this one on Facebook today.
We actually saw that in a CG in the Florida Keys. Couldn't decide if it was cool or creepy.
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But, does it make coffee in the morning?

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Was kind of off topic. Not sure I want any coffee from it if it does make it.
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Just love the smell of coffee in the morning. I set up my coleman on the picnic table and brew away. Same with the hickory bacon. Outside is a must. Loving it. And with bad weather conditions its Mr Keurig, no more drip from mr coffee anymore. You've been replaced Mr Coffee.

I still get up early in the mornings while camping and take a short walk and just enjoy the smell as the coffee aroma flows thru the area. For me it really brings back lovely childhood memories.

Funny how they said coffee was bad for you but now its reported good for you. I give up.
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Over the years, I have been blessed to travel to a few places that the coffee would STUNN me with its flavor. Italy, Australia, and Panama, to name a few. It was like the coffee tasted exactly how it smelled.

One thing they all had in common is the coffee drinks always started as Espresso. It might be straight espresso, or coffee Americano, or even a milk drink like cappuccino.

These days, whether in my tear drop or the TT, the coffee bar will travel!
I've really enjoyed treating folks that happened by and wanted the pleasure. It's ALL about the bean and the grind.

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