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Coffee is wonderfully strong and concentrated. The only thing you need to replace from time to time is the sealing ring. I‘ve done that twice so far, I use the system daily and have had it for over 15 years.
Or percolator! I have several coffee makers and I use them all depending on my mood. Sometimes I just want some basic drip coffee. I also have one of these that I like to use to make my home version of a latte: [link].
French press is great because it's so easy. I have one at the office that I use every day
I brew my own coffee! I have this stovetop espresso and I buy ground coffee beans from Peet's coffee in UTC. I usually get medium french roast. Sometimes I'm in a rush and buy coffee from Peet's (their americano is better) but I can do starbucks too :|
Moka Pot. here.
It makes a somewhat concentrated cup of coffee close to very strong Americano. Very popular in Italy and other European countries when you can't make an espresso. I take one with me camping, can easily make coffee over a camp fire.
Thanks for the suggestion. I'm in the mid-east for work right now and there is zero option to get my own coffee.
However, I'm back home in Seattle for a month on Thursday and plan on stocking up on Stumptown espresso like it's the end of the world. I have one of these so I'm good to go with that. I will take your suggestion though. Thank You!
I'll first have to admit that I don't have drip coffee ever, but if you have access to a stove, I'd recommend an Italian Percolator It'll make a really strong cup of coffee and it can be used in various ways. You'll just want to use decent coffee bean.
For a french press, which I use while camping, you have to put in more coffee than you'd think. Gotta give the coffee a stir and then let it steep for a couple minutes.
$30 - [link]
Espresso is made from the same beans as any other coffee, its the way that espresso is made, pressure forced through the grounds thus extracting more oils, that makes it espresso.
Now, the device I linked doesnt technically make espresso, it makes moka coffee but its damn close, tastes great, and will save people money. I spend about $3 a week on coffee grounds and drink a full 6cup (about 6 ounces) a day.
There are Moka pots by various manufacturers out there. Would you say this is the best (Has the highest number of reviews)