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Old 04-19-2022, 07:16 AM   #481
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Perc it. We only do this while camping and the flavor is so smooth. It's so good I'd like to do this at home, but the drip coffee maker is too convenient.
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Old 04-19-2022, 08:04 AM   #482
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If we’re on shore power it’s a Keurig single serve. If we’re boondock’en and the weather is lousy it’s Starbucks instant coffee. If the weather is good I use a 20 cup stainless steel pot over the Coleman stove, we usually camp with friends and for some reason I have 2 or 3 buddies standing close by with empty cups!
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Old 04-19-2022, 09:36 AM   #483
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If we’re on shore power it’s a Keurig single serve. If we’re boondock’en and the weather is lousy it’s Starbucks instant coffee. If the weather is good I use a 20 cup stainless steel pot over the Coleman stove, we usually camp with friends and for some reason I have 2 or 3 buddies standing close by with empty cups!
+1 for Starbucks Via. No grinds to dispose of. At home I use a French Press.
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Old 04-19-2022, 12:49 PM   #484
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Keurig all the way!
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Old 05-18-2022, 01:13 AM   #485
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Just wanted to add that french press is the easiest way of making coffee without electricity. Also I like to add some creamer - my mum did that, and it is hard to change my old habits.

I saw that a lot of Jayco owners suggest Keurig - I think I need to try it soon
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We started out with Keurig and then a few years back we moved on to just a plane old 4 cup coffee pot with filters because someone forgot to pack the Keurig. If no power, I keep a pour over setup in the cabinet.

If you’re thinking Keurig, look at Nespresso. Makes a much better cup of coffee. I keep saying I’m going to get one, but haven’t yet. Always impressed when I use one.
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Old 06-06-2022, 02:41 PM   #487
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Standard 12 cup electric percolator.
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We have a BruTrek French press from Planetary Design for boondocking. We got the 48oz Stainless Steel unit and it makes fantastic coffee. This summer, we have a coast to coast and back trip planned and making French press coffee isn't something we want to take the time to make then clean up every morning when we're pushing hard to get to our next destination. I've ordered a Krups 14 oz coffee brewer with travel cup. We have a few extra travel cups of that size already, so it will be quicker and easier to make a couple cups with that and hit the road.
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