May 28, 2021 2 min read
Whenever we go on an adventure we make sure we can enjoy good coffee along the way, no matter where we are; on the side of a road, at a campground, or on top of a mountain!
If you’re like us and find it unthinkable to explore beautiful places without a good cup of coffee, then look no further: these are our top tips and best accessories, to make your best cup of coffee while exploring the world!
The moka pot is a must-have when leaving home to spend a weekend outdoors! It’s easy to transport, not fragile, and depending on the size, does not take up a lot of space in your bag. Plus, it’s made from stainless steel so it can even be placed directly on the fire, making it very practical for camping, or whenever you don’t have electricity to heat the water!
Make sure to also pack your favourite ground espresso blend for the moka pot, and you’re all set!
The classic French press is an important part of many our favourite coffee moments, whether at home or out in the wild! It offers a bold taste, and depending on the brewing time, can also prepare coffee with varying levels of intensity.
It is available in several different sizes, and as long as you have access to hot water for brewing, it is perfect for any excursion. With this manual brewing system all you need to make a good cup of coffee is a few minutes and the right amount of coarse ground coffee, then you are ready for a coffee break, no matter where you are!
The Cafeor mug is an all-in-one container. Not only is it a mug, but it also has a built-in portafilter. Nothing could be simpler when you want to enjoy a coffee moment outdoors!
If you prefer a coffee that is closer to the taste of extracting an espresso, the Aeropress has your name written all over it! This easy-to-use method will allow you to use your favourite coffee to make an intense brew. This is often the accessory of choice for cyclists and hikers because it is very compact and easy to transport!
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