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The Best Camping Coffee Maker: Staying Caffeinated While Camping

When purchasing a camping coffee maker, you will have to think about the size of the product, so that it fits with the rest of your gear, and the weight. You will want to think about the material that it is made from and what type of fuel will need to be used to operate your camping coffee maker. Let’s take a look at some of the best camping coffee makers below.

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Coleman Camping Coffee Maker

Coleman Camping Coffee Maker

Weight: 7.5 pounds
Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 12.1 x 15.7 inches
Features: Can be used with 2 or 3 burner stove, Makes coffee in 10 minutes, Makes up to 10 cups of coffee
Best Use: Car Camping, RV Camping

This coffee maker is made to ensure you get your coffee in 10 minutes. It is light in weight compared to other coffee makers and it works with a camping stove, which is a bonus. It is made with metal, the carafe is made of glass, and cleaning up is simple. It operates just like a regular drip coffee maker, so most people will understand how to work it. You will need to bring your own filter for this coffee maker, but otherwise, it is a great camping accessory and a fast way to get your morning coffee.

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Aeropress Coffee and Espresso Maker

Aeropress Coffee and Espresso Maker

Weight: 6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.5 x 11.8 inches
Features: Can make a cup of coffee in less than 60 seconds, makes espresso or coffee, micro filtered
Best Use: Car Camping, Hiking, and Backpacking

The best thing about this coffee maker is that it is very small, you can control how much you want and it is perfect for taking with you in your backpack. You can operate it by using the plunger to make the coffee. It is made out of plastic, so it does not break easily and your coffee is micro filtered. Many people use this to put a shot of espresso inside of their coffee, which is the ultimate wake up. It does have several pieces, so the bad thing about this is that you have to make sure you do not lose any of them. Keep them in their own special storage bag so you can keep track of all of the pieces. You can also add some milk, cream and sugar to your liking if you remember to bring all of your coffee accessories.

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Sterlingpro Double Wall Stainless Steel French Coffee Press

Sterlingpro Double Wall Stainless Steel French Coffee Press

Weight: 1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6.7 x 4.4 inches
Features: Can make a liter of coffee, double wall insulation, double screen system
Best Use: Backpacking, Car Camping, Hiking

This is a beautiful stainless steel coffee maker that is made with double walled insulation by Sterlingpro. The stainless steel prevents dents and rust, plus it is a fresh press but it does not have any glass pieces to it. Do not use this on a stove. You will need to heat up the water before putting it in the coffee maker. This can be done quickly if you have a campfire going. This is a little harder to clean, but it works great. The double screen system keeps out small grinds of coffee that could slip through. It fits easily in your backpack for traveling in the mountains or through the woods. Overall, people love this French press coffee maker. If one liter is not enough for you and your camping group, Sterlingpro also makes a 1.5 liter and 2-liter version of this French press.

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Coleman Quick Pot Propane Coffee Maker

Coleman Quick Pot Propane Coffee Maker

Weight: 9.3 pounds
Product Dimensions: *17.13 x 13.31 x 8.94 inches
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Features
: Makes 12 cup of coffee, Push to Start button, Warmer keeps your coffee warm for 4.5 hours
Best Use: Car camping, RV camping

Coleman makes great products, which keeps people coming back. This coffee maker takes propane and is push to start. It is a drip coffee maker so most people can operate it with ease. The carafe is made out of glass, so be careful not to break it while you are camping. Otherwise, the rest of the coffee maker is very sturdy and strong. The whole coffee maker stays warm up to 4.5 hours, so you can get yourself a hot cup hours after you drink your morning cup of java. This coffee maker is pretty heavy, so you may not want to take it hiking, as it should stay in one safe area so that it will not be broken. When working with propane, use it in an open area away from trees.

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Jet Boil Java Flash Kit

Jet Boil Java Flash Kit

Weight: 1.45 pounds
Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches
Features: Push to Start button, includes 1-liter cooking cup, makes 1/2 liters of coffee in 2.5 minutes
*Best Use: *Hiking, Camping, Backpacking

Many people enjoy using propane because it burns clean. This coffee maker has a push to start button, like some other models that use propane, and it can make you a cup of coffee faster than you can get dressed, at 1/2 liters in 2.5 minutes! It comes with a 1-liter cooking cup that you can drink out of it after it is done brewing. It also has a small burning stove and a lid for the cooking canister. Bring extra cups if you are sharing with friends.
The fuel canisters can work with any Jet Boil stove. Keep in mind, this type of stove is for higher altitudes and it is recommended that you add a windscreen to it because a strong breeze can affect brewing time. Other than that, people love it because it is small and does not weigh very much, so it is easy to travel with while hiking or mountaineering, plus it is simple to use. You couldn’t ask for much more than that.