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Coffee

Discussion in 'General Recreation' started by ROCKYMTN, May 12, 2008.

  1. ROCKYMTN

    ROCKYMTN Pain in the arse

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  2. tomrex

    tomrex Professional Idiot

    Now that's just plain cool. I wish I would have seen that before!!
     
  3. truckie481

    truckie481 Dagum

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    Thats cool, we use a filter in our camp perk pot to help with the grinds.
     
  4. SaguaroKid

    SaguaroKid A(ACLU) Mojo Man

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    X2...works good....;)
     
  5. MGlickLBZ

    MGlickLBZ Agent Quack Smacker

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  6. ROCKYMTN

    ROCKYMTN Pain in the arse

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    You should get one so you could tell me how it works!:biggrin5:
     
  7. 12ga diesel

    12ga diesel Jack of all, Master of none

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    When camping, we go through about 10-12 gallons of coffee a weekend. My Father-in-law came across a commercial BUNN coffee maker. Like something you would find in a gas station or restaurant. The bottom pot is the one under the filter and grounds and is the fresh coffee, then there are two warming spots on the top. Who ever is the first up will get the first couple pots going, then we also have a couple theomos' that keep coffee warm all morning. A couple of us will bring about 3-5 gallons of water each and that will make it the whole weekend. We enjoy coffee in the morning.
     
  8. minisub

    minisub 6-5/6-6;Whatever It Takes

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    I just use a flat bottom filter holder and boil up a pot of water on the camp stove. Once the water is hot, I pour through the filter into my thermos. No grounds and the coffee stays hot...I make up baggies of 1 filter and the right amount of grounds at home so there is no measuring at camp.

    A buddy of mine had a "travel mug" that was actually a little french press. Throw the grounds into the mug, add hot water, put the lid on and after a few minutes, press the plunger down. Thought that was a pretty neat solution for backpacking....
     
  9. SaguaroKid

    SaguaroKid A(ACLU) Mojo Man

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  10. Gruber

    Gruber Tin Can Rider

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    Men I will now let you in on my little secret! ;) I'm a Folger's instant man. I make it a couple of different ways. Sometimes I will warm 2% milk and add the coffee..Now don't knock this until you try it. It's pretty darn tasty. Other times I just heat up water and add equal parts coffee and cocoa. This I can swap around to my mood...More coffee or more cocoa. I have also played around with the "gucci" instant coffee mixes but they weren't that good. I have the 10 cup percolater also but use no filters........Real men spit out the grounds.. It's on the man card!;):patriot:
     
  11. WanaDmxSub

    WanaDmxSub Recruit W/gray hair

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  12. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    i need posts to beat gruber
     
  13. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    so please ignore my typing...lol
     
  14. ROCKYMTN

    ROCKYMTN Pain in the arse

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    Damn Vendor post whores!:hand:
     
  15. ROCKYMTN

    ROCKYMTN Pain in the arse

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    About how long does it take? and in your opinion, is it worth the money?:)
     
  16. SaguaroKid

    SaguaroKid A(ACLU) Mojo Man

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    Ya never heard heard of John Wayne complaining about coffee grounds in his...coffee. Sheese.....:nopity:
     
  17. ROCKYMTN

    ROCKYMTN Pain in the arse

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    well? I dont know??:idea::shiiiiiite:
     
  18. Gruber

    Gruber Tin Can Rider

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    Rowdy Yates either for that matter:cornut:
     
  19. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    What...I was just having fun....lol
     
  20. WanaDmxSub

    WanaDmxSub Recruit W/gray hair

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    I don't remember how long...just remember thinking (When is that thing going to be done!) it's been a while since I used it. I have a generator now:D
    Yes it was worth the money and the wait, to me.
     

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