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    Mini Goon
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    These give a good brew pretty much regardles of the grind

    https://the-oomph.com/

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    I've been thinking about a Minipresso for some time as I prefer Espresso or Americanos to filtered coffee. I was originally considering a handpresso but the Minipresso seemed to get better reviews. I have recently seen similar products to the Minipresso that are a fair bit cheaper though some of the brand naming is a little unfortunate and sounds like the engine of a Mazda RX-8.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01NBM7V...UH8FXTSX&psc=1

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01NBI7C...BB4970JG05XNAA

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01NCJQT...3RPUOZ0U&psc=1

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    Cowboy coffee is surely the simplest and lightest method of enjoying coffee in the outdoors. All you need is the coffee and whatever pot you use to boil your water (deep pots tend to work better). I've also used my 3 cup expresso maker in the past (the old fashioned stove-top type favoured by the Italians). It'll most likely be frowned upon by the gram counters but is worth the weight if you value a nice cup of coffee (consider it a luxury item).

    For the most part though, I'm primarily a tea drinker that enjoys an occasional cup of coffee and have tended more recently to take the coffee bags (like tea bags but with coffee!) which are made by Jacksons of Harrogate or Lyons. It makes nice coffee but without the mess.
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    www.barneysbimbles.blogspot.co.uk

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    LOL! I definitely hear you there on that naming thing you highlighted above here, Imperial John.
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    I would rather drink dirty pond water than coffee.
    Anything that pollutes the outdoors with its foul smell should be banned.
    That's my considered and totally balanced opinion.
    Now tea...

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    Well yes, tea outdoors is nice too of course.
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