- Camping coffee
Just pour boiling water over grounds in a cup. Wait a couple of minutes and stir – THEY ALL SINK!
This works well with coarser ground coffee but not with fine ground like Lavazza. Good method though 🙂Posted 4 years agobusydogMember
Just pour boiling water over grounds in a cup
Had never tried that until I went on a horseback elk hunting trip with an old-time guide. He just put course grounds into boiling water on the fire, let it sit a bit and voila, you have coffee that will make your hair stand on end—might not rival that served by the coffee shop barista, but sure as hell woke one up in the morning.Posted 4 years agoesselgruntfuttockMember
What Rossi46 said. Lyons coffee bags.Posted 4 years ago
I carry them round at work all the time, so much so I’ve got half the staff of HMP W******* on them. Ok, so the snobs with sensitive/dodgy taste buds may think they taste ‘like mud/awful/crap/dog poo’.
But they don’t & for about 12p a bag they’re pretty ace actually, & dead handy.
& I’m not even on commission!
Lyons Coffee bags:
What Rossi46 said. Lyons coffee bags.
I carry them round at work all the time, so much so I’ve got half the staff of HMP W******* on them
+1 for the Lyons Coffee bags
Oh dear, and I thought that STW forumites were proper coffee connoisseurs! 😉
Throw your insipid Lyons ball bags in the bin and get down to Sainsbury’s…..
Posted 4 years agoB.A.NanaMember
I find the Lyons bags are just short of a camping mug of coffee for me. I knows I could buy a smaller mug or do a half cup, but I likes what I likes. i do have them at home if I want a quick refreshing cup without the buzz and shakes.Posted 4 years ago
What I def don’t like is the Starbuck’s sachet things, it’s the gritty after taste in yer mouth.
Our nearest Sainsburys is 12 miles away whereas Morrisons is 300 mtrs away.
I’ll stick to the featherweight handiness of Lyons.
If you’re not up to cycling 24 miles then you’ll be pleased to know that the Co-op are selling the same Colombian coffee bags as Sainsburys in their own branded packaging 😉Posted 4 years ago
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