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Old 09-16-2016, 09:46 AM   #331
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The easiest way for us to have coffee during trips is to make it at home, add whatever cream/sugar we need, let it cool, store in jars and keep them in the TT fridge til needed. Heat it up in the microwave, and you're set.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:24 PM   #332
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I'll put up a bit of an argument here. Soaking the grounds in the mug with a metal filter produces a different brew than water passing through the grounds and then reacting with the paper filter.

The paper reacts (neutralizes) some of the acids in the coffee. Producing a sweeter brew.

I agree. I use a Melitta Pour Over with a paper filter. I can't imagine an easier to make, easier to clean, more green way, to get a great cup of coffee.

But coffee, like beer, elicits some strong opinions from some people on what's good and what's not.

Sure, I grew up on Maxwell House *boiling* all day.
It tasted like battery acid.
It cleaned metal like battery acid
And we were perversely proud of just how bad it was.

I got exposed to good coffee in the mid 80's when I visited a Peets in Berkeley. My eyes were opened.


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Old 09-16-2016, 02:21 PM   #333
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How do I make coffee

I depend on the would you like another cup syndrome. I just amble around the campground until I see someone with coffee ready. I stop and say good morning and tilt my cup up like I am drinking it down to the bottom. Works most of the time-- if it don't -- then I amble on a little more.
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Old 09-16-2016, 06:57 PM   #334
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Haven't read all 34 pages of this thread but I use an Aeropress.
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Old 10-12-2016, 12:33 AM   #335
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We started with the Aeropress, but recently moved to a Bialetti moka pot which has worked out really well.
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Old 10-12-2016, 04:41 AM   #336
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Keurig and Community Dark Roast coffee. Which reminds me, it's time for another cup. Thanks for the reminder that my cup is empty.
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I agree. I use a Melitta Pour Over with a paper filter. I can't imagine an easier to make, easier to clean, more green way, to get a great cup of coffee.

But coffee, like beer, elicits some strong opinions from some people on what's good and what's not.

Sure, I grew up on Maxwell House *boiling* all day.
It tasted like battery acid.
It cleaned metal like battery acid
And we were perversely proud of just how bad it was.

I got exposed to good coffee in the mid 80's when I visited a Peets in Berkeley. My eyes were opened.


Reminding me of all the bottom-of-the-pot cups I drank, thinking it was "good"!

I worked one Christmas season at a Nancy's Coffee Café. That opened my eyes to real enjoyable coffee!

And chocolate covered espresso beans!
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Old 10-31-2016, 01:40 PM   #338
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Never tried this however its sounds great....and comes from a great source!

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Old 10-31-2016, 02:04 PM   #339
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Old school tin percolator on the Atwood stove top when camping. At home I use a keurig.
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