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  • 4estTrekker
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    I use an AeroPress Go or a TetraDrip pour over “cone.” I’ve been experimenting lately with grounds directly in the pot and using a splash of cold water or the Scandinavian coffee drop technique to force the grounds to the bottom.

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  • Lonelake
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    Starbucks instant on the trail, pour over or percolated in a base camp. I prefer the darker roasts, sometimes add a bit of hot cocoa mix.

    LL

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  • awbrown
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    Starbucks Via for me year round. I just hate cleaning up the used grounds.

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  • Mike Bechard
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    I have an Open Country coffee percolator. I threw out the internal perc parts and use a #6 plastic drip cone on the top of it.

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  • jimmay
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    I am normally a tea drinker, but for the odd coffee Tasters Nasty instant pouches work.

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  • bushedbushman
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    Instant coffee for me, even at home. Simple and I prefer the taste.

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  • Smoked in Space
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    Mr. Coffee

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  • Haggis
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    I’m more than a wee bit envious of folk who can drink bush coffee... Can’t do it myself,,, 3 score years a coffee drinker, but in the bush, it’s black tea only,,, well, sometimes spruce tea...

    I tried to make coffee “out there” when I was younger, most of it thick enough to chew,,, a certain asphalt quality to it,,, or something like drinking bitter cornmeal,,, no, it’s tea only for me now... Does though please me some folk make a bush coffee they can endure...

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  • kiggy
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    cowboy coffee for me. but I do it in middle eastern way, put fine-grinded coffee in cold water and boil it up. needs full attention to process or coffee will run out and create mess

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  • Minnesotian
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    I also bring a Moka Pot. A smaller one, just enough for my solo trips. Really packs a punch. I also bring some Starbucks Via, for an extra cup or two or for when I want to get moving earlier in the morning.

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  • Dks
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    2 cup pour over Coleman for me, easy cleanup with the paper filters, can adjust the coffee strength and the filter burns after drying.

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  • Hamingredient
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    Originally posted by Bkrgi View Post
    Porlex mini coffee grinder and Snow Peak Ti french press
    Hey, me too! Though I usually leave the grinder at home... and often the french press doesn't make the cut either, because I hate washing dishes -- I'll just bring good quality, finely ground coffee and brew it right in my mug. The grounds will settle to the bottom of the cup, and all you have to do is watch those last few sips...

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  • Bkrgi
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    Porlex mini coffee grinder and Snow Peak Ti french press

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  • Scoutergriz
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    my 6c perc does it for me! (or 12c for more people) I grind my particular poison fresh before leaving, bag it and wrap the bag around the stem to save space. At camp I use my one burner to brew it to whatever strength I want- roofing tar in the morning, light at night. I've tried everything from a fancy bodum to those abominable coleman drip makers, and even various "mugmate" style filters, but always seem to go back to the perc for it's convenience and simplicity, and the perc does double duty as a boiler for soup or dehydrated meals.

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  • Snowbound
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    Starbucks via packets on mobile trips. Plastic pour over when base camping.

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