Coffee and tea outdoors

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  1. KnOeFz

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    Could find an appropriate thread to post my outdoors coffee session, so here is one.

    Alcohol stove , Swiss Borde Kocher, Esee 3, instant coffee, baguette, cheese, sausage... what more does one need ;) Picture taken in Spain, Fuente De.

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    Would be nice to see more outdoors coffe and tea brewing pics here :D
     
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    Making coffee this past weekend while camping with the family:
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    (also instant coffee)
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    These would go in the knives and coffee thread.
     
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    I would like to see a permanent stoves forum.
     
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    GK, nice pair of ELK skin ropers ;-)
     
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    I did look for one but coudnt find it.... sorry
    Maybe a mod can move it?
     
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    I like that mug!
     
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    During the cooler months every time I pick up sticks and branches in the yard I make coffee with my Burtonsville rig over my firepit. FB_IMG_14038128332649824.jpg
     
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    i like this thread. gonna have to get off my lazy butt and make some outside coffee.
    oh, Fz, you make killer sandwiches ...
     
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    Thanks! I love those things.

    Thanks! They're my Car Camping Cups, though I'll use them other times too when I feel like it - downside is the enamel coated metal gets crazy hot, and inside I frequently don't have on a pair of gloves! The back is quite nice as well (and I happen to have a picture of it):
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    Coffee/tea making outdoors is always fun, especially with the BK7 to make thing easiers :D
    It was during our summer vacation though Spain and France.
    Here's some more pictures making tea at the borders of the Dordogne river in France. Stayed there for a few days, a beautiful area.

    Gathering some dry sticks (Poplar wood) on my way over there
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    This is the spot, and all the wood I need (and then some more)
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    Flames if you look closely on top of the MSP Core 4 stove (love that thing!)
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    Put the kettle on
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    Enjoying the view while waiting for the water to boil
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    Tea is ready, let the flames go out now
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    Plenty of water around to leave things behind safe :D
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    Big fun yes. :D
     
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    Practicing my videoskills in the Belgium Ardennes, making some coffee

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    IMG_20181014_122326.jpg testing my new trangia on a day hike.
     
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    This is how you make tea when you forget your pot/cup! IMG_20181023_131312.jpg
     
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    brought my new ti pot and alcohol stove along to the Belgium Ardennes last week.
    They performed well :)
     
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    Nice! Do those collapsible cups hold up well when used for hot drinks?
     
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    Yes they do fine with hot drinks.
    I like how the stove, 2 cups, a lighter, sachets with coffee all fit in the ti pot.
    There's a bit of taste coming of these with hot drinks so I'm not 100% statisfied.
    Hope that'll wear of with more use.
    Of maybe one day I'll invest in some fancy sea to summit x-mugs.
     
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    My Trangia coffee pot....

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    This was from earlier in the year (4th of July weekend). I started heating up water to make coffee before everyone else woke up (5:30-6am). Very peaceful, just birds and squirrels chirping. That’s when coffee tastes the best

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    Pots are so shiny. Newbs LOL....
     
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    Lol, it looks shiny from the pic, but I’ve scrubbed off most of the carbon build up after each camping trip. I like shinny things :3:
     
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    God bless. I gave up on that years ago. Made a bag to keep the pot in.
     

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