Had "Cowboy Coffee" at Capulin, NM, once. The ranger dipped the well water into the pot, dumped the grounds in and let boil over 4 times. Poured another dipper full of cold water to settle the grounds, dang that was great coffee! Prolly having it out by the campfire at night, heck, just about everything is better that way!
Everything seems to taste better when cooked over a camp fire. Had a batch of scrambled eggs ione trip to the boundry Waters in Northern MN. Was the best I ever had and have never been able to duplicate the taste since.
Blu I agree fully but have one thing to add, the grinder must be cleaned spotless after each use. Don't want any contamination.
Lev those beans are cool but not my speed, prefer coffee brewed More for you
The only coffee I've ever really liked was from Dave's Bar and Grill, here in the valley. I still needed sugar and creamer but it tasted good. Last time we went in there, though, the service and food weren't as good as usual and the coffee was down right terrible. None of the usual staff was there either. I sure hope Dave didn't sell out. It was our favorite place to go out to for breakfast.
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I like my coffee just slightly stronger than tea, I don't care where it came from as long as doesn't taste burnt.
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