Explore our range of high-quality camping coffee makers and accessories to help you brew the perfect cup of coffee in the great outdoors. Our selection includes products from top brands such as Jetboil, MSR, GSI Outdoors, and Munieq.

From compact and lightweight coffee makers that are easy to pack and transport to larger cooking systems that can accommodate multiple cups of coffee at once. 

In addition to our coffee makers, we also offer a range of accessories to help you enjoy your coffee on-the-go, including flasks and mugs. All coffee products are designed to be durable and reliable to withstand the outdoors.

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Stoves range to enjoy the full outdoor dining experience on your expedition. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best coffee maker for traveling?

When you're on the road, having a reliable and compact coffee maker can significantly impact your morning routine. Here are some of the best coffee makers for travel that you should consider:

1. AeroPress: Travelers often choose AeroPress because of its compact and versatile design. It uses a simple manual process to brew a rich and smooth cup of coffee in just a few minutes. The AeroPress is also easy to clean and comes with a travel bag for convenience.

2. French press: French press coffee makers are also famous for travelers because of their simple and portable design. They use a manual process to brew coffee and are available in various sizes, from single-cup to larger models for groups.

3. Pour-over coffee maker: Pour-over coffee makers are another excellent option for travelers, as they're lightweight and easy to pack. They use a manual process to brew coffee and are available in various materials, from plastic to stainless steel.

4. Single-serve coffee maker: Several compact and portable models are available if you prefer the convenience of a single-serve coffee maker. Popular options include the Keurig K-Mini Plus and the Nespresso Essenza Mini.

5. Portable espresso maker: For those who prefer espresso, several mobile espresso makers are available, such as the Wacaco Minipresso and the Handpresso. These devices use a manual process to brew espresso and are compact enough to fit in a backpack or carry-on luggage.

Choosing the best coffee maker for travelling depends on your preferences and needs. Consider size, portability, and ease of use when selecting a coffee maker for your next trip.

How can I make coffee whilst hiking?

Hikers can enjoy a hot cup of coffee while camping with these simple and lightweight methods:

1. Instant coffee: This is an easy and lightweight option. Just add hot water to the instant coffee powder and stir.

2. Portable coffee press: Outdoor stores sell small portable coffee presses perfect for backpacking. These devices work like a French press and use a plunger to filter the coffee grounds from the water.

3. Pour-over coffee: Use a coffee maker that fits over a cup or mug. Place the filter on the cup, add coffee grounds, and slowly pour hot water over the grounds.

4. Cowboy coffee: This method requires no equipment. Add coffee grounds to boiling water and let the mixture steep for a few minutes before straining the feet.

5. Cold brew: For warm weather hikes, make cold brew coffee by combining coffee grounds and cold water in a container and letting it steep overnight. The result is a smooth, low-acid coffee concentrate that can be diluted with hot or cold water.

Pack and store your coffee supplies properly to avoid attracting wildlife to your campsite. Dispose of any coffee grounds properly and follow "Leave No Trace" principles to minimize environmental impact.

How does a camp coffee maker work?

To use a typical camp coffee maker, follow these basic steps:

1. Fill the reservoir: Add the desired amount of water to the reservoir of the coffee maker. Some models may have markings to indicate the water level.

2. Add coffee: Depending on the type of coffee maker, add ground coffee to the coffee filter or basket. The amount of coffee needed will vary depending on the size of the coffee maker and personal preference.

3. Heat the water: Heat the water using a stove, campfire, or other heat sources, depending on the type of coffee maker. Some models may include a built-in heating element or a battery-powered heating mechanism.

4. Brew the coffee: The coffee maker will force the heated water through the coffee grounds and into the coffee pot or mug, with the brewing time varying depending on the type of coffee maker and desired coffee strength.

5. Serve and enjoy
: Remove the coffee pot or mug from the coffee maker and serve once the coffee has finished brewing. Many camp coffee makers have removable parts for easy cleaning and drying.

Camp coffee makers are designed for outdoor use and are portable, durable, and easy to use. While the design and operation may vary, the basic principles of brewing coffee remain the same.