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    Coffee maker for the discerning Camping Folk

    I received one of these for Christmas, or was it my birthday. (WACACO Pipamoka Portable Coffee Maker). After searching and trying many coffee makers suitable for bike camping this one is probably the best I have tried.

    Makes pretty good coffee and well worth the cost, all the parts seem well made and good quality and importantly packs up compact. Hopefully will get the chance to use it for real next year


    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083FSGH...v_ov_lig_dp_it

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    Coffee Maker Which Coffee
    I have just received a Wacaco nanopresso for my Birthday what a great addition to your camping gear so what coffee is everyone using this came with a bag of M&S No5 Arabica coffee

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    great bits of kit, but not much different from the areo press which works as well and is 20-25.
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    [B]Real Coffee
    I found this site narrabeancoffee.com and got 10% discount use this code BMW100FF excellent service choose the grind you want
    a special treat ready for when we can all go camping again

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    Very nice but there is a lot of parts you can lose.
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    Aeropress for me.

    Very simple plunger device, like a big syringe.

    Makes excellent coffee, easy to clean, rugged etc.

    If you look through some of the 'models' some have a carry bag too.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aerobie-Aer...s%2C171&sr=8-4


    If you carry the paper filters and they get wet then you are screwed, so out on the road I use the metal replacement.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Reusable-Fi...NsaWNrPXRydWU=

    Also, ground coffee or beans.....

    Ground is easiest, but beans enable you to grind.

    For this I use the GSI Javamill, which is surprisingly heavy, very well build and works great, with an adjustable grind.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gsi-Outdoor...n%2C153&sr=8-8

    Happy Brewing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazlove View Post
    Aeropress for me.

    Very simple plunger device, like a big syringe.

    Makes excellent coffee, easy to clean, rugged etc.

    If you look through some of the 'models' some have a carry bag too.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aerobie-Aer...s%2C171&sr=8-4


    If you carry the paper filters and they get wet then you are screwed, so out on the road I use the metal replacement.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Reusable-Fi...NsaWNrPXRydWU=

    Also, ground coffee or beans.....

    Ground is easiest, but beans enable you to grind.

    For this I use the GSI Javamill, which is surprisingly heavy, very well build and works great, with an adjustable grind.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gsi-Outdoor...n%2C153&sr=8-8

    Happy Brewing
    Wot e said . Mine gets used every day at home and gets packed when I’m off on the bike. Compact and easy to use. The coffee tastes great.
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    Its tea you should all be drinking not coffee and Yorkshire tea is best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Its tea you should all be drinking not coffee and Yorkshire tea is best
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    I have the WACACO Pipamoka, which I use at home.

    Excellent bit of kit.

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    I’ve recently bought a Handpresso which makes a great hit of espresso, using Lavazza ESE pods
    http://https://www.handpresso.com/en...-black-19.html
    All packs away in a neat little case, there are more sophisticated ones that will heat the water as well.

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