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Old 04-04-2021, 08:41 PM #31
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I love coffee. Iím actually addicted to it. And I know drinking coffee itís a bad habit and shit...buuut I found a way to make it healthier cause I started drinking natural coffee. For that reason I needed to buy a pot. Weird that even tho in this tiny world are so many coffee drinkers, finding a pot itís like a job for a with or some magician. Anyways if some of you got the same problem go at FriedCoffee. They got nice pots. Of course at a reasonable price. I mean Starbucks, stop it. Iím not working as a stripper yet. I think you understood me. Have a nice day coffee zombies.
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I spent way too much time trying to figure out how to get the best coffee while on the road. Here is what I settled on

1) only water kettle available that runs on the rear outlet (400 watt AC)

https://m.aliexpress.com/item/100500...0Q90.jpg_.webp

2) aeropress (flexibility to get great cups from a wide range of beans)

3) 1zpresso xj pro hand grinder (nothing comes close at 160USD, it is a weapon)
Amazon.com: 1Zpresso JX-PRO Manual Coffee Grinder Light Gray Capacity 35g with Assembly Stainless Steel Conical Burr - Numernal Adjustable Setting, Portable Mill Faster Grinding Efficiency Espresso to Coarse: Kitchen & Dining

4) a scale to measure out a precise amount of beans, and count brewing time

5) an instant read thermometer to make sure water is at about 190F

6) single origin whole beans that were roasted in the last couple of weeks. Usually from HappyMug , when not from my local roaster.

Resulting brew is so smooth and sweet I need no sugar or cream.
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Old 04-05-2021, 08:07 AM #33
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When we travel we take a Bialetti, ground coffee, sugar and buy/bring the milk.

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I love coffee. Iím actually addicted to it. And I know drinking coffee itís a bad habit and shit...buuut I found a way to make it healthier cause I started drinking natural coffee. For that reason I needed to buy a pot. Weird that even tho in this tiny world are so many coffee drinkers, finding a pot itís like a job for a with or some magician. Anyways if some of you got the same problem go at FriedCoffee. They got nice pots. Of course at a reasonable price. I mean Starbucks, stop it. Iím not working as a stripper yet. I think you understood me. Have a nice day coffee zombies.
There is nothing wrong with drinking coffee.
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Wanted to share a really cool everyday carry I put together for my 5th Gen: A road coffee kit.

Goal: Be able to pull over and make awesome pour-over coffee -- not B.S. instant coffee, but real coffee -- on the go, either for the trails or whenever I get sick of sitting in San Francisco Bay Area traffic and need a break.

What's in the Kit:

1) A hand-crank coffee grinder and a jar for beans. I went with this awesome little grinder:



2) A backpacking stove and fuel to heat up your water on the side of the road:



3) A light-weight pour-over cone, filters, and a pot to heat your water in. For the cone I went with this guy:



4) Finally, a mug, a can of condensed milk for creamer (if you're into that), a spoon to stir, and some baggies for your used coffee filter once you're done (unless you're planning to toss on the side of the road):



5) A bag to throw everything into. I used this really cool mil spec mesh bag from Raingler:



And here's the set up in action. Really fun excuse to pull off, take a break, and pop open the hatch for some fresh coffee:


interesting kit.
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Wanted to share a really cool everyday carry I put together for my 5th Gen: A road coffee kit.

Goal: Be able to pull over and make awesome pour-over coffee -- not B.S. instant coffee, but real coffee -- on the go, either for the trails or whenever I get sick of sitting in San Francisco Bay Area traffic and need a break.

What's in the Kit:

1) A hand-crank coffee grinder and a jar for beans. I went with this awesome little grinder:



2) A backpacking stove and fuel to heat up your water on the side of the road:



3) A light-weight pour-over cone, filters, and a pot to heat your water in. For the cone I went with this guy:



4) Finally, a mug, a can of condensed milk for creamer (if you're into that), a spoon to stir, and some baggies for your used coffee filter once you're done (unless you're planning to toss on the side of the road):



5) A bag to throw everything into. I used this really cool mil spec mesh bag from Raingler:



And here's the set up in action. Really fun excuse to pull off, take a break, and pop open the hatch for some fresh coffee:

Nice kit`!
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Your kit is indeed great and very proper for a coffee maker. Talking about coffee, I am coffee addicted for many years. It doesn't pass a day without me getting a cup of coffee. However, I never found an affordable and high-quality coffee machine. Thankfully, now at my birthday, my close friend gave me a coffee machine from LinLin Coffee Equipment which surprisingly is first-rate and makes the coffee incredible. I was looking the other day on their website, and they have more options regarding coffee and devices.

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Love this! Camping wouldnít be the same without a good strong cup of coffee in the morning. Lol.
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we use one of the Stanley stainless steel presses, only $25, works fine
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