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Old 06-08-2014, 08:58 AM   #141
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I use to use the percolator on the stove but DW wants the Keurig one cup so she can get up and walk to the shower house with a cup. How do the one cup keurigs work is every one happy with that model?
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Old 06-08-2014, 10:19 AM   #142
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If we have electric, we use a the regular drip coffee maker. No electric we use the Coleman drip style like this:
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Old 06-08-2014, 11:53 AM   #143
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I use to use the percolator on the stove but DW wants the Keurig one cup so she can get up and walk to the shower house with a cup. How do the one cup keurigs work is every one happy with that model?
They work great, I also use bottle water only! The one cups will make as big a coffee as you want as it uses all the water that you pour into them.
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I use to use the percolator on the stove but DW wants the Keurig one cup so she can get up and walk to the shower house with a cup. How do the one cup Keurigs work is every one happy with that model?
We used to take a Keurig - but went went with a "Flex-Brew" Personal brew instead.... so far so good. I wouldn't buy one for the home - but it's great for camping

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Old 06-08-2014, 09:40 PM   #145
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Just a french press mug from REI. Been using it for years. Hot water from any source works
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Keurig here. If I wasn't full time I would still have a Keurig, but would have one with a water reservoir for s&b use. I have a non-reservoir Keurig and it works great and takes up very little counter space. It takes 2 minutes to brew one cup. The larger models only take 1 minute per cup since the water is already hot, but take up more counter space.
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If we don't have AC we use a Coleman coffee pot that we place on the stove.Best $38.00 spent.
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Perculator with folgers coffee !
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French press here. On our last trip though I picked up a Merita pour over setup to make decaf by the cup for my wife- I'm really impressed. Drop in a filter, stick it on top of a mug, and slowly pour hot water through. Super easy to clean up, makes a good bold cup of coffee, and it only cost me $5!
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French press here. On our last trip though I picked up a Merita pour over setup to make decaf by the cup for my wife- I'm really impressed. Drop in a filter, stick it on top of a mug, and slowly pour hot water through. Super easy to clean up, makes a good bold cup of coffee, and it only cost me $5!
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