AntiM wrote:We use an old fashioned campfire percolator with the little glass bubble on top. Once the coffee has perked, we take out the filter on its stem. We just set the filter aside on a paper towel, covered by one in case of excessive dust, then wipe it out with a paper towel when the grounds are dry. You can burn dry grounds.
Just get coarse grind coffee, the fine stuff for drip machines goes right through the filter holes. Mmm, texture.
We use the electric single serve "K-CUP" coffee maker. There's no waste of water and the grounds are contained and disposed of in the garbage with no mess. Fresh cup in 2 minutes. Of course it requires 1500 watts to operate, but since we have a genset for backup to our solar array anyway,,,,,,
I'm a coffee addict,,,, so it is worth it to me,,,, no wasted water and no messy grounds.