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When on a camping trip, what better way to start your day than with an energetic cup of joe? However, you won’t have access to a coffee machine. Luckily, there are different ways to make a quality cup of coffee without a machine, and we’ve compiled them here to show you the best ways to make campfire coffee for your next river trip.
A drip cone is a straightforward way to make campfire coffee on your river trip. It’s portable, so you can safely carry it in your whitewater packraft on the way to the campsite or anywhere else your river adventure takes you.
You need a collapsible pour-over coffee dripper, a filter, and your mug. It’s important to note that some drips don’t require filters. Follow these instructions to make drip cone coffee:
Cowboy coffee is a traditional French press coffee made without a filter. It’s brewed by heating up course grounds of coffee beans with water and pouring it into a cup to enjoy.
Traditionally, cowboys would also add eggshells to the ground to help in the brewing process. This step is optional but helps reduce the grounds for a smoother pour.
If you enjoy rich, hearty coffee, percolator camping coffee is for you. You’ll need a percolator, ground coffee, your mug of choice, and, of course, a heat source.