Some people drink coffee because they like the taste, some drink coffee as a snack when they feel a tiny bit hungry, some drink it as wake up juice in the morning and some just use coffee whenever they need a bit of energy. But for some people live for coffee. To these people, coffee is the only reason or way to get out of bed in the morning, it is the only thing that makes them able to survive challenges, deal with difficult people and basically a day without coffee is a day without happy for these people. If you are one of these coffee lovers that cannot stand the idea of missing out on your early cup of wake up in the morning or that cannot stand the idea of going on an expedition with bad coffee then you should definitely improve your wilderness coffee making skills with these tips.
How to make coffee without electricity
This is an interesting question and there is quite a simple answer to this interesting question. To make coffee without electricity all you need id a camp coffee maker and your coffee ingredients. You can use a camp coffee maker on an open fire or on a gas stove and create wonderful tasting coffee even though you don’t have any electricity on your fishing trip at all. And no, you won’t be sacrificing any of the quality taste that you do so love. In fact, the more natural way of brewing coffee will even enhance your coffee’s flavor, especially if you are enjoying your early morning or late evening coffee beside the campfire while a light breeze freshens your senses with wonderful natural fragrances. You can brew wonderfully tasty coffee and concoct any recipe when you use one of a wide variety of coffee brewers and boilers that are perfectly suitable for camping.
The best coffees for fishing trips
Buttered rum coffee – For this creamy cup of coffee you will need butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, ground cloves, ginger, nutmeg, dark rum, freshly brewed coffee and whipped cream. Yes, it is a lot of ingredients but so worth the time and effort it takes to make and the aroma goes perfectly with fishing expeditions.
French pressed coffee – If you prefer simpler and easier coffee then this is a must. You can take your elegant French press along on your camping trip or invest in a camping French press coffee maker that will enable you to heat your coffee directly on the fire as your coffee prepares.
Authentic Irish coffee – For this coffee you will need sugar, Irish whiskey, coffee, hot water, heavy cream and a glass mug. Irish coffee is a perfect way to end off your day of fishing in the sun.
Italian coffee – Italian coffee will give you a great boost of energy early in the morning and is easy to make since all you need is chocolate shavings, coffee, hot chocolate and heavy cream. Italian coffee is rich in taste, filling and divine.