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    Quote Originally Posted by Dupie2 View Post
    Sorry for hijacking the thread: I (over) cooked my Bialetti and the release valve is moertoe and needs replacement. The problem is that they donít sell that part separately. Is there perhaps someone who has a broken Bialetti lying around with a good valve?
    Can you not just blank it off? I read somewhere it was unnecessary?
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    The way I learned to drink it on the Kibbutz in Israel: (..that was back in 1984 !)

    1 Thick walled mug
    2 teaspoons of decent ground coffee
    Sugar/Sweetener to taste

    Important:
    Boil the water - pour in mug to warm up the mug properly - pour back in kettle and bring to boil again
    Put ground coffee and sugar in hot mug and pour boiling water in quickly

    Stir

    Let stand for few minutes or let it cool down to your preference - the ground coffee will sink to the bottom
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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    Quote Originally Posted by WillMartin View Post
    We use a CrushGrind manual grinder and an Aeropress when travelling. Add cream and 1.5 sugars.

    .
    Just got my Crushgrind Columbia Coffee Grinder, to be used with my Aeropress, today.

    Any tips or trick?
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    I buy green coffee beans, roast it myself at home so that it is fresh. Coffee looses its taste (all the undertones and notes) from 7days after roasting.

    I have a cheap takealot burr hand grinder. I then use the pour over method with filter paper in. Gives nice clear notes the bean has to offer. Warm up a bit of milk mixed with cream and enjoy a great Breve in the bush

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    Good evening

    Can anyone comment on the stanley pour over? Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLP View Post
    Good evening

    Can anyone comment on the stanley pour over? Click image for larger version. 

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    Just bought one on takealot
    Will send feedback when I get it
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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    We use the old fashioned percolator through filter paper.
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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    I use an Aeropress which is great for single cups but I never seem to be successful when I try to make more than this.
    Is a Mokka pot the easy answer to brewing larger quantities.

    Any web links on what I should buy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk View Post
    You are going to battle to beat a decent hand grinder combined with a Bialetti!
    Yes.

    I observed colleagues using the Aeropress, but could not spend that money on 2 plastic tubes and a sieve. So acquired the Stanley French Press for less on a special. The engineering is phenomenal, thermos, drinkable from the flask, cold and hot. An absolute steal. And then, the colour .

    But then I saw the latest Bialetti stainless steel models, induction stove compatible, at not much more expensive than the Aeropress/Stanley.

    Bought a 4cup, and the Stanley is in storage. Considering also getting a 6-cup. Maybe dip into my banking rewards .

    Works well on a gas plate as well.
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    I use different methods depending on the situation.

    Jetboil for heating and French press
    Mokka pot
    Stanley with French press
    AeroPress
    Stanley for heating milk
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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Dold View Post
    I use an Aeropress which is great for single cups but I never seem to be successful when I try to make more than this.
    Is a Mokka pot the easy answer to brewing larger quantities.

    Any web links on what I should buy?
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    With condensed milk
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    Quote Originally Posted by DLP View Post
    Good evening

    Can anyone comment on the stanley pour over? Click image for larger version. 

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    It is not bad at all. Easy to manage the strength of your coffee and easy to clean. It gets decent taste from the bean but not as good as the paper pour over method with paper filter. But its nice for a family. When its just me and my wife I use the paper filter one but with the family this stanley works well. Iím glad I got it. Very convenient.

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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Dold View Post
    I use an Aeropress which is great for single cups but I never seem to be successful when I try to make more than this.
    Is a Mokka pot the easy answer to brewing larger quantities.

    Any web links on what I should buy?
    If you have access to 220v, https://www.philips.co.za/c-p/HD7762...w-coffee-maker
    Make it happen!

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    Default Re: Camping coffee: share your preferred way

    I lately use boiled water with a Brewspoon with ground beans when only doing one cup quickly, otherwise the old blue kettle with built in filter dripper when doing more than one cup.

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    Talk to me I am sure I can help with Bialetti products.

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    Thanks for the info - Do you have a web link - I don't want to buy the wrong item!




    Quote Originally Posted by JJJ View Post
    Yes.

    I observed colleagues using the Aeropress, but could not spend that money on 2 plastic tubes and a sieve. So acquired the Stanley French Press for less on a special. The engineering is phenomenal, thermos, drinkable from the flask, cold and hot. An absolute steal. And then, the colour .

    But then I saw the latest Bialetti stainless steel models, induction stove compatible, at not much more expensive than the Aeropress/Stanley.

    Bought a 4cup, and the Stanley is in storage. Considering also getting a 6-cup. Maybe dip into my banking rewards .

    Works well on a gas plate as well.

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