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Message posted by morepints on 22/3/2018 at 8:48am
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Tried them all, and have come back to a simple filter cone as the most practical, and optimal taste. Prefer Lavazza espresso ground coffee, just wish they made Nespresso pods for home.

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Quote: Originally posted by woodman2 on 10/2/2018
+1 for Trangia.

Love it.


+ another for trangia

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Quote: Originally posted by Threepints on 21/3/2018
Hot water good coffee and an Aeropress

https://www.pactcoffee.com/brew-guides/aeropress



Indeed.

Another aeropress fan.

Can't beat a fresh "proper" coffee fix.

Illy espresso and aeropress, coffee heaven while camping for me.

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Quote: Originally posted by Messy71 on 09/3/2018
Yep, cooking in the porch should be fine, especially if the door is at least partially open and you are not too close to the tent material. We are limited in car space so don't bring a coffee maker, just Lyons coffee bags (like a tea bag but with coffee) and an insulated mug. I can't do anything till I've had my morning caffeine fix either . . .


I got some of these to try today & they’re not bad!!


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