Reddit Reddit reviews Coleman Camping Coffee Maker

We found 4 Reddit comments about Coleman Camping Coffee Maker. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Coleman Camping Coffee Maker
Camping coffee maker quickly brews up to 10 cups of coffee on a camp stoveSteel base fits on most traditional 2- and 3-burner camp stovesIncluded 10-cup glass carafe allows for easy pouringRemovable swing-out filter basket fits 8- to 12-cup filtersPause ‘N Serve feature lets you pour a cup before brew cycle is complete
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4 Reddit comments about Coleman Camping Coffee Maker:

u/upstatedreaming3816 · 2 pointsr/camping

Personally, I grew up with my father rising with the sun to start the coffee percolating. For me, when I started building my own camping gear years ago, a percolator was just the logical (and nostalgic) choice. However, about 7 years ago my wife, then my fiance, saw a camping stove-top drip pot. It worked well for about two trips, and then something went on the inside and it stopped working all together. Back to the percolator we went. About 3 years ago, my buddy introduced me to French press coffee in general. As a huge coffee drinker, who drinks coffee black, I was always looking for the strongest, boldest cup of coffee and how to make it. I picked up two French presses, one for home, one for the camping box. My wife and I are both happy making coffee either way, and alternate as the mood dictates while camping.
That being said, percolating coffee, and using the French press, are what my wife likes to call a "fine art"with timing and how long you wait before pouring the first cup. An art that she insists I am horrible at, since she doesn't like her coffee to be a highly caffeinated mud as I do.

Hope this long, rambling answer helps! Happy Camping!

u/FL-Orange · 1 pointr/camping

Percolator or dripper - This one. I talked to a Coleman customer service person but had no luck. It's just a 90* fitting that directs the water down to the filter basket. At this point I'll just see what can fit it from the hardware store, just have to be careful to get something rated for hot water. If I think about it later I'll post a pic.

u/Oasiskw · 1 pointr/camping

We have this: works great, but it is huge.

Coleman Camping Coffeemaker

Otherwise we use the French press, it's a pain to clean all the time for 2 cups of coffee.

Or coffee tea bags, light weight, but expensive if you like to drink a lot of coffee.

We usually just resort to the French press.