Propane-Powered Coffeemaker

Starbucks VIA are for sissy hipsters. Real men BREW their coffee, even in the great outdoors.

But if the thought of making coffee on a camp stove make you shudder like the thought of sipping decaf (the horror!), then take heart because there's this: a propane-powered coffeemaker. Yes, that's right, people. Propane-powered.

Coleman, we coffee-addicts salute you! Link

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To think they used to have to grind up the beans manually with mortar and pestle. Then they'd dump the grounds in their coffee cup, fill it up with hot water and start drinking.
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I use a simple, stainless steel french press, an ultralight camping tea kettle, and a standard propane stove head that fits onto to the top of the gas canister. The stove is used to heat whatever you want, from bacon to oatmeal. The press holds about ten cups.

This is an overpriced product for which there is no need. Stoves (or campfires), water/tea kettles, and the means to apply hot water to coffee grounds, have existed for decades.
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