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  1. #31
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    I have a Stanley travel thermos that has a built in press. Heat up some water dump it over grinds and go. 5 minutes later I press and drink.

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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    I use a coffee maker, works well!
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    No matter how early I plan to leave I always budget enough time for at least one cup before I try and do anything.

    I like Starbucks Via but if I have a few extra minutes the Aeropress is better. Can't argue with the simplicity of Via and I find the taste quite acceptable.

    I actually like the taste of a fresh roasted coffee bean so I have my chocolate covered espresso beans without the chocolate. They get kind of gross if they aren't fresh but I've been known to gnaw down a few anyway.
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    https://www.wacaco.com/collections/shop/MINIPRESSO

    Id like to try one of these out too. Probably similar to an aeropress for flavour.

    I also only drink fresh roasted beans. Once you start, there’s no going back.
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    Quote Originally Posted by WetLeopard View Post
    this is a little unorthodox, but if you can find a caffeine heavy pre-workout you don't need to go through the hassle of heating water (though it's really not much different from a caffeine pill).
    This doesn't work for me, it's not just the caffeine that I need it's something else in coffee, that tea or other sources of caffeine can't provide.

    I do via when backpacking, and have a regular drip maker in the camper.
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    Quote Originally Posted by Squamch View Post
    This doesn't work for me, it's not just the caffeine that I need it's something else in coffee, that tea or other sources of caffeine can't provide.

    I do via when backpacking, and have a regular drip maker in the camper.
    I don’t drink energy drinks or anything and I’d be a little bit worried of how I’d feel if I had a pre workout on an empty stomach.
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    Arrow Re: Caffeine in the woods

    There is always sufficient time made:



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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    My kind of coffee^^^^
    I have 5 different kinds of percolators, even a 12 volt one.
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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    So what ever happened to boiling coffee in a can, it’s called cowboy coffee!

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    Re: Caffeine in the woods

    I picked up one of these over the winter: https://vpo.ca/product/276866/commuter-java-press-blue haven't tried it yet, but seems of good quality and allows for a nice french pressed coffee without having to deal with cleaning and carrying more. I can't do instant.

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