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Gear Junkie: 10 methods for making coffee in the great outdoors

From the bloggers at Gear Junkie.

Coffee was meant to be sipped in the outdoors. It’s just better when savored out in nature, a wind kissing your face as the sun filters through aspen leaves.

Or, maybe you’re an addict (like us) and will take any method to get caffeine into your system. Either way, it’s not rocket science. Here are 10 methods to get a brew in hand outdoors, easy and fast.

1. Cowboy Coffee (grounds straight into the pot)

For the rugged and ultra-light minimalists, this one takes no extra equipment. Just heat up water, toss some coffee grounds into the pot, wait a bit, then transfer to a mug, and partake. For a more hardcore option, get your fiber, too, and drink it right from the pot, grounds and all.

2. DIY Coffee Bag (‘tea bag’ it)

This method adds almost no weight to a pack and is really scalable; you can make a single cup or a whole pot for a group just by altering how much coffee you add to the filter.

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