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There's nothing like thawing the morning frost with a cup of coffee cooked on last night's coals. Watching the sun rise over an alpine lake. And, do you hear that? It's a bald eagle circling, surveying the new, human tenants on his turf. Sure beats waiting in line at Starbucks. Here are the three best ways to make camping coffee.
First is the Aerobie Aeropress. This is a standby for dedicated brewtistos. It's lightweight and easy to use. Also, no nasty filters to lug out with you.
Next is the classic Percolator. While, it's bigger than other methods, it does make 9 cups. And there's really no better way to spend a morning than watching the percolator percolate.
Finally, there's Coglhan's One Cup Coffee Filter. This is brewing method of choice for ultralight backpacking. A compact box holds 40 filters. It's just a filter with a rod. Can't get simpler than that.