Deep in the woods, the stars above, and the hard ground underneath. Yes, my friends, it's that time of year again. When we throw ourselves at nature's mercy, risking exposure, bear attacks, and poor cell reception in the name of character-building outdoorsy fun. That's right, it's time, yet again, for camping. Surviving in the great outdoors is one thing, but surviving without coffee is another matter entirely. So, as you gear up to face the challenge that awaits you, I recommend that you consult the following list of items intended to increase your chances of making it out alive.

Handpresso Wild Hybrid Outdoor Set Handpresso Wild Hybrid Outdoor Set: The ideal companion for any espresso outdoorsman, the Handpresso Wild Hybrid is about as portable as you can get when it comes to brewing espresso. Offering the flexibility of brewing with both ground coffee and ESE pods, the Wild Hybrid will see you through to safety. The entire outdoor set includes one Handpresso Wild Hybrid, four Unbreakable Cups, one heavy duty thermo-insulated flask, and two napkins. Oh, and did I mention that the carrying case is actually a thermo-formed Extreme Vibration Attenuation (EVA) case, designed to withstand up to 50 pounds per square inch? Groovy.
Bodum Travel Press Coffee Maker Bodum 15oz Travel Press Coffee Maker: If you're looking for regular coffee instead of espresso, the Bodum Travel Press has got you covered. Made from durable, lightweight plastic, this 15 oz press can go wherever you go, and needs only hot water and ground coffee.
ROK Espresso Maker ROK Espresso Maker: We've been counting down the days left until the ROK's arrival. Needless to say, it'll be hitting US shores soon and is available for preorder. While it may be a bit bigger than the other items on this list, the ROK is still quite portable. Lightweight, durable, and conveniently packed in a storage case, the ROK uses no electricity whatsoever. Just heat some water over a roaring campfire, add some coffee and you're good to go.
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Thomas 6 months ago

Had a Breville for 5 good years, just got my Gaggia