Nice. I didn't know they made these. I've been cutting holes in the cone filters for years. I will have to order some of these. Funny how you just get used to doing the same thing. Thanks.
I second the classic Melitta pour over coffee maker. It's quick, reliable and makes good coffee. I've had one for over 30 years and it's still going strong!Absolutely. The original drip coffee maker I have had the same Melita cone type filter coffee making apparatus since 1996, bought it in Hong Kong while working on the new airport. Back then it was under British rule and everyone had tea, so I had to figure out a way to have my coffee. Still have the same stainless vacuum mug that I bought for that trip too!
Melitta 640820 Heritage Series 1-cup Red Plastic Pour-Over cone Coffee Maker, Red
We use this boil water pour over. Better then machine at home
We used a press but gave up on it after trying to clean it out. To much effort and water was required and we bring our own at many sites. This is why we switched to silicon drip cup that filters via paper. We later dry out the filter and burn it.When we have hookups, we use a 1 cup K-cup machine. I have to brew it twice in a smaller cup and dump it into my insulated mug. It's kinda small, but works.
When we're boondocking, I have a french press that I really like. Sometimes I use it instead of the K-cup machine just because.
I love this suggestion best. I have a stainless-steel percolator I only used camping, then last year I plugged a small water boiler into my Jackery and made french press coffee, but as said, it's a pain to empty and clean! I do have a single cup cone drip I could use, and I'll try again and compare taste, but I'm going to return to my percolator and do the drill with bucket filters. The single Melita filter mentioned still will have grounds up the side of the coffee ground holder. I'd rather throw away the whole filter with grounds, rinse pot and be done!I use a percolator with a filter. Take a fender washer that fits loosely over a ¼" drill. Drill through a pack of basket filters while pressing down the washer on top and with scrap wood on the bottom. Then slip a filter into the basket (tight fit) and percolate! You will never go back.