How to Make An Espresso In The Wild

Coleman Propane Coffee Maker
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Spending time in nature can be a great way to relax, unwind and center yourself. Transcend the banalities of city life and reconnect with the abiding natural rhythms of the earth and experience the beauty of the untrammeled wilderness.

The trouble is, there’s no espresso in the wild blue yonder. And what’s a day without espresso? Well, if your need for quality coffee drinks has kept you from a transcendental experience a la Thoreau, you’re in luck. Here’s how to make an espresso in the wild.

1. GSI Stainless Steel Espresso Cup

Use this stainless double walled mug to drink your espresso when in the wild. The durable construction was designed for specifically for camping and outdoor espresso-drinking.

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2. Stanley Stainless Coffee Press and Brewer

This high-quality stainless steel coffee press and brewer lets you enjoy refined French press coffee while roughing it out in nature. A multifunctional piece, it also works as a boiler and brewer. Its 32-oz capacity comes in handy for long nights of stargazing or trying to write a sequel to Walden Pond.

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3. GSI Outdoors one cup stainless mini espresso.

This mini stove top espresso maker is ultra-rugged and camping-friendly, and can be used with any heat source. It makes a 2.5-oz double shot in about 90 seconds.

GSI Outdoors Espresso maker Courtesy Amazon


4. Coleman Propane Automatic Coffee Maker

If espresso isn’t your thing but you still your daily java buzz, this rugged propane coffee maker lets you take all of the convenience of an automatic drip coffee maker into the wild. One propane cylinder gives about 4.5 hours of brewing. Hank Hill would approve.

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