Just use a Melita cone to hold a paper filter. We use size 2 which is big enough for a large Contigo mug. Just heat some water, pour over ground coffee and perfect cup. We each get the flavor and strength we want and it makes clean up easy with no pesky grounds in the sink and easy to do.
We use a perk on the stove, I measure one cup of water per tablespoon, (not a
measuring one but one for a tableset) Trick is not to get the water too hot. If you get it to a rolling boil that is too much.
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My wife has a big Keurig at home and a slightly smaller one for camping. I don't drink coffee. I can't stand the smell nor the taste. The great thing is they make hot chocolate cups for them too. So it does double duty for the wife and kids. And like anything you have to clean it for those who mention bacteria...
We both drink coffee but I drink black and she drinks flavored. That's why we love the Cuisinart K cup machine. It has a rinse function that runs a few ounces of hot water through to clean out the previous cup. This way I don't have to taste and residual flavor
Perk on the stove, 9 cups of water, 3/8 cup of Columbian coffee. Bring to a perk, turn flame down low, and let perk for 6 minutes. Let stand for a minute, and enjoy. Aaahh, if it wasn't bed time I'd make some right now!!
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Peets Coffee pod, Keurig one cup coffee maker and some half n half. Since we stay in one place all summer, this is "Our Beach House on Wheels" coffee station. I also have a drip melitta cone and filters on hand just in case.
I switched from a Lagostina French press to a Lagostina pour through. I'm the only coffee drinker so one batch in either is enough. The press was too much work to clean, especially when boondocking. I use a paper filter in the pour thru so I can just drop it in the garbage and no metal filter to wash.
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We use a Keurig when hooked to AC and a Farberware Yosemite Percolator when boondocking (Looking at these posts, however, I may have to experiment with a French Press). One morning when boondocking in the Big Bend area we awoke to find we hadn't checked our propane tanks, and ended up driving over 20 miles one way to find coffee. We can go without food, but coffee, no way!