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  1. #81
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    Hot Chocolate in the hammock when it's cold. Then eat and hit the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps22285 View Post
    Slow start for me I like my coffee. I do admit it can be a time waster.

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    I agree to the extent that I am seriously considering going to Cold Coffee.It takes too much time to heat the water only to wait for it to cool,and then get it down without burning my mouth.I'm estimating an hour of time saved on coffee alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Five Tango View Post
    I agree to the extent that I am seriously considering going to Cold Coffee.It takes too much time to heat the water only to wait for it to cool,and then get it down without burning my mouth.I'm estimating an hour of time saved on coffee alone.
    My somewhat new (1 year now) process is pretty efficient, whether in a hurry or just relaxing.

    1. Heat 8oz water (Toaks 600 pot + BRS3000 stove) - literally 2 minutes or less from screwing on stove to pouring
    2. Pour instant coffee into empty double-walled mug
    3. Pour hot water over that from a decent height (to eliminate need to stir)
    4. Cover with lid. It keeps the coffee hot so I can take my time; I don't like cold or ever luke warm coffee.
    It's overfill, not overstuff

  4. #84

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    Most of the time it's breakfast, break camp and go. However, there are times when a more leisurely start to the day happens and most often, that is not planned.

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    I love my coffee. Even if i'm not cooking anything I'll heat water up for coffee. While the water is heating, I can start packing. Once it's done I mix it in my insulated mug (GSI Infinity) and it stays hot while i finish packing and eat whatever it is I'm eating, always standing my for a sip. By the time i'm ready to go, if I have any left it's cooled down enough for me to chug it, pack the mug and hit the trail.

    Coffee is the ONE THING keeping me from going stoveless.

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