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I think the first time I drank coffee was camping. My friends and I would buy those little tins of instant, French Vanilla flavoured, I think they were called International Instant coffee. I still like French Vanilla Coffees, don’t judge me! These were easy to make when tent camping, boil water over campfire or cook stove, add instant coffee, and stir. Away you go!!! This was before I was old enough to drink coffee and Bailey’s. The best way to make coffee when you’re camping is totally different that the best way to make coffee in an RV. When you have been full time as long as I have I don’t think of my big RV as camping, I think of it as home. We are going to cover how to make coffee while camping and also the best machines to make coffee when you have full hook up/Generator/power.

16 Ways To Make Coffee in an RV or Anywhere

Caffeine and Campfires: Unleash Your Inner Barista with these Camping Coffee Brewing Methods

There are several ways to make coffee while camping, but the specific method you choose will depend on your preferences and the equipment you have available. Here are a few options:

  1. French Press: A French press is a popular method of making coffee while camping because it’s easy and doesn’t require any electricity. Simply heat water over a camp stove or fire, add coffee grounds to the French press, pour in the hot water, and let it steep for a few minutes. Then, press down the plunger and pour your coffee into your mug.
  2. Pour Over: Another simple method is the pour-over method. This requires a pour-over coffee maker, a paper filter, coffee grounds, and hot water. Heat water on a camp stove or over a fire, place the paper filter in the pour-over coffee maker, add coffee grounds to the filter, and pour hot water over the grounds in a circular motion.
  3. Percolator: A percolator is a classic camping coffee maker that works by boiling water and cycling it through the coffee grounds until it reaches the desired strength. Simply fill the percolator with water, add coffee grounds to the basket, and heat it on a camp stove or fire until the coffee is brewed.
  4. Portable coffee maker: There are several portable coffee makers designed specifically for camping that use various methods to brew coffee, such as a hand pump, pressure, or drip system. These can range in size and style, from compact and lightweight options to larger models that can make multiple cups of coffee.
  5. Instant Coffee: If you’re looking for a quick and easy option, instant coffee is a simple way to make coffee while camping. Simply add hot water to the instant coffee granules, and you’ll have a cup of coffee in no time.

Remember to always clean your equipment after use and dispose of coffee grounds and filters responsibly. Happy camping and caffeinating!

Cowboy Coffee

How to make coffee while camping off-grid with nothing but water and coffee grounds. Here’s the step by step instructions:

  1. Boil water over a campfire or camp stove.
  2. Remove the pot from the heat and let it cool for a minute.
  3. Add coarsely ground coffee to the pot (2 tablespoons per 8 ounces of water).
  4. Stir the coffee and let it steep for a few minutes.
  5. Skim off any floating grounds on the surface.
  6. Pour the coffee slowly into cups, being careful not to disturb the grounds that have settled at the bottom of the pot.

It’s super simple and will work when nothing else is available.

French Press

If you like a french press coffee but aren’t sure how to make coffee while camping because these are usually glass I have the very large steel version because I’m very much in love with coffee and there is never enough. I like that it’s durable and holds the heat longer than its glass carafe cousin. I also use this to make cold brew when the weather is decent. I like cold brew coffee because I can always have some in the fridge. No need to boil, measure wait. I just make it, pour it into a container or my cup and it’s there for me when I need it!

French press coffee is also known as a press pot or plunger pot it is a simple and popular method for making coffee. It consists of a cylindrical glass or stainless steel carafe with a plunger and a metal or nylon mesh filter. Here are the steps to make coffee with a French press:

  1. Boil water and let it cool for a minute or two.
  2. While the water is heating, add coarsely ground coffee to the French press. A good rule of thumb is to use 1 tablespoon of coffee per 4 ounces of water.
  3. Pour the hot water over the coffee grounds in the French press, making sure to saturate all of the grounds.
  4. Stir the coffee and let it steep for 3-5 minutes, depending on your taste preferences.
  5. Press down the plunger slowly and evenly, until it reaches the bottom of the carafe.
  6. Pour the coffee into your mug, and enjoy!
  7. For Cold Brew use room temperature or cold water for Cold brew allow to sit in fridge overnight or longer. Use coarse-ground coffee

French press coffee is known for its bold and rich flavour, due to the extended steeping time and the fact that the metal or nylon mesh filter allows the coffee oils and flavours to pass through to the final brew. However, French press coffee can have some sediment or coffee fines at the bottom of the cup, which some people prefer to strain out using an additional filter or paper coffee filter. Additionally, French presses come in a variety of sizes and styles, so it’s important to choose one that suits your needs and brewing preferences.

Pour Over

In my camper van space is very limited. I use the pour-over method because all you need is ground coffee, a cup, and the cone. I use filters with mine just for super easy clean up particularly in winter when my Van is winterized and I have no running water. Check out my tips and tricks for spending the winter in your RV. How to make coffee while camping? For sure super simple and not much to pack if you bring a pour-over collapsible version like the one below here in orange.

Pour over coffee is a manual coffee brewing method that involves pouring hot water over coffee grounds in a filter cone, which is usually placed over a coffee cup or carafe. The process of pouring hot water over the grounds extracts the coffee’s flavor and aroma, resulting in a clean, flavorful cup of coffee. Here are the steps to make pour over coffee:

  1. Boil water and let it cool for a minute or two.
  2. While the water is heating, place a coffee filter in the pour-over cone and rinse it with hot water. This helps remove any papery taste from the filter and warms up the cone.
  3. Add coarsely ground coffee to the filter. The amount of coffee and water used depends on your desired strength and the size of the pour-over cone, but a good starting point is to use 1-2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces of water.
  4. Pour a small amount of hot water over the coffee grounds, just enough to wet them and let them “bloom” for about 30 seconds. This allows the coffee to release some of its gases and prepares the grounds for brewing.
  5. Slowly pour the rest of the hot water over the coffee, in a circular motion, making sure to saturate all of the grounds. The total brewing time should be about 2-3 minutes.
  6. Remove the pour-over cone and dispose of the used coffee filter and grounds.
  7. Enjoy your freshly brewed pour-over coffee!

Pour over coffee is known for its clean and bright flavor, due to the controlled brewing process and the use of a paper filter, which removes any sediment or oils from the final brew. Pour over coffee is also highly customizable, allowing you to adjust the coffee-to-water ratio and the brewing time to your personal taste preferences. There are several pour over coffee makers available on the market, from simple plastic cones to more sophisticated glass or ceramic models.

Percolator

Coffee percolators have been around since before I was born! Timeless classic way to make coffee while camping. The only reason I didn’t put it first is that it’s not a method that I currently use myself and not everyone loves the taste. Gosh, what a narcissist!

A coffee percolator is a type of coffee maker that uses gravity and boiling water to brew coffee. The percolator has a pot with a vertical tube that runs from the bottom to the top of the pot, and a perforated chamber at the top where the coffee grounds are placed. Here are the steps to make coffee with a percolator:

  1. Fill the percolator with water up to the fill line.
  2. Place the coffee grounds in the perforated chamber or basket at the top of the percolator. The amount of coffee grounds you use depends on the size of the percolator and your desired strength, but a good rule of thumb is to use 1 tablespoon of coffee grounds per 6 ounces of water.
  3. Place the percolator on a stove or campfire and bring the water to a boil. Once the water starts boiling, turn down the heat to a low simmer to prevent the coffee from boiling over.
  4. As the water boils, it will be forced up the vertical tube and into the coffee chamber, where it will mix with the coffee grounds and begin to brew.
  5. Allow the coffee to percolate for 5-10 minutes, depending on your desired strength.
  6. Remove the percolator from the heat and allow it to cool for a minute or two.
  7. Pour the coffee into your mug, and enjoy!

Percolators are known for producing a strong and robust cup of coffee, but they can also result in a slightly bitter or over-extracted brew. Additionally, the extended brewing time and the high water temperature can result in a loss of some of the more delicate flavors and aromas in the coffee. Nevertheless, percolators are a popular choice for campers and outdoors enthusiasts due to their simplicity and durability. There are both electric and stovetop percolators available on the market, with a range of sizes and styles to choose from. Traditionally percolator coffee makers have been seen as the best rv coffee makers.

Hoe To Make Coffee While Camping – NO POWER

JoGo Coffee Straw

Jogo Brewing Straw Review

When I originally wrote this article I had not tried the JOGO brewing straw. When I did my research I knew I had to try it, I was so skeptical about this coffee brewing method, but I’m sold! JoGo is a reusable stainless steel straw with a filter at one end and a straw at the other. I have never heard of a more simple method to make coffee while camping! Check out my review of the JOGO here.

JOGO is highly portable, flavorful, multipurpose, teeth-friendly, and waste free new way to brew and enjoy your coffee and loose-leaf tea.

Simply drop in a scoop of your favorite ground coffee, add hot water, pop in your JoGo, and enjoy! No more machines, waste, or hassle.

jogo coffee straw review

Comes with a carrying pouch and a JoGo cleaning brush!

DETAILS

  • Highly Portable – Roughly the size of a pencil, JoGo can easily slip into any pocket
  • Robust Flavor– Brews delicious and robust French press style coffee with the ease of instant
  • Zero Waste – Simplifies the brewing process and avoids unnecessary waste
  • Multipurpose – Can also be used to filter other beverages such as loose-leaf tea and muddled cocktails, or remove the filter and use it as a regular reusable straw
  • Teeth Friendly – Drinking coffee through a straw helps bypass your teeth and reduce unwanted stains
  • Heat Regulated Tip – BPA free silicone tip provides comfort and temperature diffusion to make every sip enjoyable
  • Durable – Built to last with food-grade stainless steel
  • Ergonomically Designed – Designed for comfortable sipping from a natural position
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • FDA Approved

INSTRUCTIONS

For each 5 oz, add 1 rounded tbsp of medium to coarse ground coffee to your mug. Pour hot (not boiling) water into your mug and stir with your JoGo. Add milk and/or sweetener if you’d like and enjoy!

CHARACTERISTICS

Dimension: .5x.5×7.8 inches Weight: 1 oz

Material: Food-grade stainless steel and BPA-free silicone.

Compatibility: Medium to coarse ground coffee, loose leaf tea, and muddled cocktails.

The JoGo would work really great with the cowboy coffee method of making coffee. No need to filter as the straw is the filter. It helps keep coffee stains from your teeth and is really environmentally conscious. You can us it with loose-leaf tea, or a mojito, the possibilities are endless really.
Honestly I purchased this and it’s amazing. It lives in my van. My mom tried it and loves it she’s in her 80’s and doesn’t always embrace change!

Aeropress

The Aeropress is a manual coffee brewing device that uses air pressure to extract the coffee’s flavor and aroma. The Aeropress consists of a plastic or metal cylindrical chamber, a plunger, and a filter cap. Here are the steps to make coffee with an Aeropress:

  1. Boil water and let it cool for a minute or two.
  2. While the water is heating, place a paper filter into the filter cap and rinse it with hot water.
  3. Assemble the Aeropress by placing the filter cap onto the chamber and twisting it into place.
  4. Add coarsely ground coffee to the chamber. The amount of coffee and water used depends on your desired strength and the size of the Aeropress, but a good starting point is to use 1-2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces of water.
  5. Pour a small amount of hot water over the coffee grounds, just enough to wet them and let them “bloom” for about 30 seconds. This allows the coffee to release some of its gases and prepares the grounds for brewing.
  6. Fill the chamber with hot water to the desired level, and stir the coffee gently with a spoon.
  7. Place the plunger onto the chamber and press down slowly and steadily, applying pressure to the coffee.
  8. Once you have pressed all the way down, remove the filter cap and dispose of the used coffee grounds and paper filter.
  9. Rinse the Aeropress with water and dry it.
  10. Enjoy your freshly brewed Aeropress coffee!

Aeropress coffee is known for its clean and smooth flavor, due to the controlled brewing process and the use of a paper filter, which removes any sediment or oils from the final brew. The Aeropress is also highly customizable, allowing you to adjust the coffee-to-water ratio, the brewing time, and the level of pressure applied to the coffee to your personal taste preferences. The Aeropress is a popular choice for home brewers and travelers due to its lightweight, portable design and ease of use.

I had an Aeropress for a hot minute, I’m not sure why I got rid of it. It could have been the fact that I like a 24oz coffee to start my day. I may give this method another shot… of espresso!

Portable Espresso: Staresso, Minipresso, Nanopresso

These little devices are super intriguing. I had never heard of them until I started researching for this article. They are portable and use no power. There are a few different types. One type that only does fine ground coffee, one that will do grounds or ‘coffee pods’, and one that only does a certain type of ‘coffee pod’. I like the idea of no pods as we should all be aware of the fact they aren’t very environmentally friendly. I do however like that Nespresso will drop off pods and take away your old pods so that you know they are being recycled properly.

  1. Boil Watr
  2. Fine ground coffee
  3. Add coffe grounds to chamber
  4. Add water to water chamber
  5. Pump or Squeeze depending on device
  6. TaDah – espresso on the go go

Gourmia Single Serve K cup

There are millions of people out there who love the K cup coffee system is the best RV coffee. I had to include this because you have the convenience and ease of a k cup coffee but you don’t need power to use it. I”m the first to admit that if I was camping this would be a great option. I’m not a super big fan of the waste created by Keurig pods but if you are recycling them I’m all for it! A flavorful Brew in just 30 seconds….Make your favorite cup of coffee anywhere, anytime. Whether you’re at home, at the office, or on the go, the Coffee Press from Gourmia is the best way to enjoy your choice of single serve coffee. In just 3 steps, and 30 seconds your coffee is ready to go. Simply select a K-CUP coffee, tea, or hot chocolate capsule and place it in the brew chamber. The fill the water reservoir with hot water, press down on the plunge slowly, and the brewing process is complete. Enjoy! A Perfect Brew In 3 Easy Steps:1:Select K-Cup Coffee capsule of your choice and lace in the brew chamber. 2:Fill The water reservoir with hot water.3:Fill Press down slowly on the plunger to complete brewing. A brew cycle will last just 30 seconds.

Cusinium Cold Brew Coffee Maker

 Have café like fresh cold brews from the comfort of your home and at a significantly lesser cost. Avoid the harshness of hot coffee yet get the kick while enjoying other health benefits of it – infused in refrigerator cold coffee brew significantly reduces bitterness and acidity of the coffee. Available in 1 liter\quart (4 cups) and 1.5 liters\quart (6 cups) jar variations to let you choose the best capacity for your needs. Superior quality materials that do not interact with your coffee to alter its taste or aroma – no plastic, BPA-FREE design. Clear BPA free glass pitcher looks chic and elegant but requires reasonable care and attention like all other glass products. Comes with Instructions & Tips (of course in English) on how to prepare best cold brew coffee 

Things I like…

  1. Cold brew – ready when you are
  2. Easy to make don’t even need to boil the water

Things I don’t like….

  1. Glass is breakable

Makita Battery Powered Coffee Maker

This is one way to make coffee while camping or while on the job site! If you area already using Makita power tools for your DIY projects this coffee maker might make you a great cup of coffee using 18V rechargeable battery exactly like the on in your drill or hand saw.

Best RV Coffee Maker – Power Required

Ninja Dual Brew

This is for folks with power and counter space. You know who you are! Envied by many for your gorgeous spacious rigs. This machine does it all and more. The Ninja® DualBrew Pro Specialty Coffee System delivers Classic, Rich, Over Ice, and Specialty brews from your favourite coffee grounds or coffee pods. Customize your brew with 9 ground sizes from single-serve to carafe and 4 pod sizes from 6 to 12 oz. Use the fold-away frother to create cappuccinos and lattes or dispense hot water from the independent hot water system to make tea or soup. I personally don’t have the counter space for this bad boy, but if I did!

If you join my email list I get a lot of discount coupons for Ninja Products. Right now if you buy from Ninja.com you can get 20% off. For my fellow Canadians you can buy on Amazon.ca. With over 6,428 ratings on Amazon.com and 84% of them are 5 star. The people have spoken.

Things I like….

  1. Iced coffee
  2. It literally will make anything
  3. frother

Things I don’t like…

  1. It’s quite large
  2. it’s fairly expensive

Breville Bambino

Breville Bambino Espresso

There is absolutely no reason you couldn’t have an espresso maker in your RV. This was the most compact version we could find that also had really great reviews.

The faster way to professional results at home. Like professional machines, the Bambino can deliver third wave specialty coffee. This is made possible by the 4 keys formula. Delivering barista quality performance using a 54mm portafilter with 18 grams of coffee for full flavor and a powerful steam wand to create microfoam required for latte art. With a proprietary ThermoJet heating system the machine is ready to start in 3 seconds.

The 4 keys formula for third wave specialty coffee at home: 

  • Rich, full flavor 
  • Perfectly balanced taste 
  • Irresistible body 
  • Silky, velvety mouthfeel

You will want to have a decent grinder on hand as well. A good cup of espresso can only be made from fresh ground coffee! I will take a look at good coffee grinders at the end of this post.

Things I like…

  1. Espresso

Things I don’t like….

  1. Price

Nespresso

Nespresso Pixie

The Nespresso Pixie is a compact coffee maker. With a width of only 11 cm, it will fit any kitchen and any lifestyle. Your one-touch coffee machine with two coffee cup sizes, whether to pour an exciting Espresso or a lively Lungo. With a foldable cup support, you’re the craftsman of your cup size. The choice is yours. Barista-quality coffee at your fingertips. All thanks to the Nespresso Pixie’s 19-bar pressure pump revealing every aroma of your Nespresso coffee pods with a crema to match. To keep things moving, the machine heats up in just 25 seconds. We commit that by 2022 your cup of Nespresso will be fully carbon neutral. We are continuing to reduce the footprint of each cup and are expanding tree planting in and around coffee farms to compensate the remaining emissions of a cup of Nespresso with our NGO partners Rainforest Alliance and PUR Project.

If you are interested in the larger Virtuo machine. Check it out here. I had the privledge to experince the virtuo machine recenlty. I have to admit it is an amazing cup of coffee!!!f. I’m looking for one for my big RV and I’ll keep you posted. It’s literaly the taste of espresso with the convenience of pods.

If you’re stationary somewhere you can have the pods delivered directly to you and they will pick up your used pods and recycle them properly. I used to have the pixie version at the office. It does make a pretty tasty cup of coffee in an americano style. The pods are available in several different roasts and flavors.

Things I like….

  1. Different styles and sizes
  2. Great tasting coffee
  3. Easy and Convenient

Things I don’t like…

  1. Often requires descalling
  2. Price point

Keurig

Keurigs come in all shapes, sizes, and colours. If you are looking for the easiest way to make a single cup of coffee Keurig has that pretty well dialled in.

Keurig coffee makers use a unique system of coffee pods called K-Cups. Each K-Cup contains a pre-measured amount of coffee grounds and is sealed to maintain freshness. To brew a cup of coffee with a Keurig, you simply insert a K-Cup into the machine, add water to the reservoir, and press a button to start the brewing process. The machine pierces the K-Cup and forces hot water through the grounds to create a single cup of coffee.

Keurig coffee makers are available in a range of sizes and styles, from compact models that are perfect for small kitchens to large commercial machines that can brew multiple cups of coffee at once. Some models also have features like built-in frothers for making lattes and cappuccinos, programmable brewing settings, and the ability to brew iced coffee and tea.

One of the advantages of Keurig coffee makers is their convenience. Because each cup of coffee is brewed individually, there is no need to measure out coffee grounds or deal with messy filters. Keurig machines are also fast, typically brewing a cup of coffee in under a minute.

However, some coffee enthusiasts argue that Keurig machines don’t produce coffee that is as flavorful or rich as traditional brewing methods like pour-over or French press. Additionally, the K-Cups used in Keurig machines are not always recyclable or biodegradable, which can be a concern for environmentally conscious consumers.

Overall, Keurig coffee makers are a popular choice for those who value convenience and speed when brewing their morning cup of coffee.

My parents have two keurig machines at their house. I drink a lot of this coffee when I visit them. In fact i have the vanilla hazelenut on autoship from amazon. It does take two pods to fill up my 24oz yetti cup. I’m greedy when it comes to coffee!

Things I like….

  1. convenience
  2. many models to choose from

Things I don’t like…

  1. not the best cup of coffee I’ve had
  2. not very envionmentally friendly

Hamilton Beach Brewstation

The Hamilton Beach® BrewStation® coffee maker offers convenient one-hand dispensing without a conventional glass carafe. There’s no pouring or spills, and nothing fragile to break and replace. Best of all, there’s nothing to give your coffee that scorched flavor, so “Your last cup tastes as fresh as the first™.”

An enclosed brewing system and gentle keep-warm heater ensure that coffee holds in heat and flavour for hours. You make coffee the way you always have, brewing the full pot and dispensing just one cup at a time. If you’re serious about great-tasting coffee, the bestselling BrewStation® coffee maker is a must.

  • Ultimate brewing control with 4 brewing options: bold, regular, 1-4 cups for small batches, and iced coffee 
  • Fresh flavor longer without the carafe 
  • Blue-backlit programmable clock is easy to see and can be set up to 24 hours in advance 
  • Program auto shutoff so that the coffee maker automatically turns off 0-4 hours after brewing 
  • Helpful reminders on the digital display let you know when it’s time to clean the coffee maker

Things I like….

  1. Iced coffee
  2. Fresh for hours
  3. No pot to keep clean
  4. Reasonable price point
  5. Compact but will work with my big coffee cup

Things i don’t like….

Can’t think of anything I”m thinking of moving this to the number 1 spot actually.

Black and Decker Under Counter

Black & Decker 8-cup SPACEMAKER Coffee Makers mounts under cabinet to free countertops of clutter. Perfect for apartments, recreational vehicles and office nooks where space is limited. Handy templates guide installation onto flat bottom style cabinets. Generously brews up to 12 cups of coffee without taking up valuable countertop space. 24-hour digital QuickTouch programming buttons for fast and easy coffee scheduling; Sneak-A-Cup feature allows for grabbing a cup of coffee while brewing is underway; Removable water reservoir for easy and convenient filling; Nonstick “keep hot” carafe plate keeps coffee hot and wipes clean easily; Cord management hook stores cord out of sight; Auto shut off for peace of mind; Step-by-step mounting instructions with template and standard screw lengths are provided to fit average flat bottom cabinets. Plastic, Stainless Steel and Black finish. Two person installation recommended. Requires tape, ruler, electric drill with a 1/32″ drill bit and a screwdriver and protective glasses. Recommended for installation only on flat bottom cabinets (without bottom light rail molding).

Things I like…

  1. space saving
  2. Stainless Steel Carafe

Things I don’t like….

  1. Price point is high
  2. reviews seem to be about an opener so hard to confirm reviews

Best Grinders – Power and Manual

If you are truly looking for the best RV Coffee most Coffee experts will tell you that you should grind your own beans. Here’s a list of reasons why.

  1. Freshness: When you grind your own coffee beans, you can ensure that the coffee is as fresh as possible. Ground coffee starts to lose its aroma and flavor within minutes of being ground, so the longer it sits on the shelf, the less flavorful it becomes.
  2. Control over grind size: Different brewing methods require different grind sizes, and when you grind your own beans, you can control the size of the grounds to suit your particular brewing method. For example, French press coffee requires a coarser grind, while espresso requires a finer grind.
  3. Better flavor: Grinding your own coffee beans allows you to unlock more of the coffee’s flavor and aroma. When you grind the beans yourself, you release more of the essential oils and flavors that are trapped inside the beans. This can result in a more complex and nuanced flavor profile.
  4. Cost-effective: While purchasing pre-ground coffee can be convenient, buying whole beans and grinding them yourself can be more cost-effective in the long run. Whole beans can be purchased in larger quantities, which often results in a lower cost per pound.
  5. Sustainability: Grinding your own coffee beans can be a more sustainable option, as it reduces the amount of waste produced. When you purchase pre-ground coffee, it often comes in non-recyclable packaging that ends up in the landfill. By purchasing whole beans and grinding them yourself, you can reduce the amount of packaging waste you generate.

Breville BCG400SIL the Dose Control Coffee-Grinder, stainless steel

The Dose Control ™ Pro lets you grind directly into the portafilter, gold tone filter basket or paper filter. The choice is yours. This machine has 60 grind settings, this range allows you to grind fine enough for Espresso or coarse enough for French Press. It has a precision electronic timer to allow you to djust grind time by precise 1 second increments for the perfectly controlled dose for any brew size. Its Stainless Steel conical burr grinder efficiently designed to minimize grinding heat and protect the essential oils in the coffee bean. Hands free operation. Wash all parts of the grinder by hand in warm soapy water with a soft cloth or sponge. This includes the outer burr, the bean hopper, bean hopper lid, the grinds container, grinds container lid, the portafilter cradles, the cleaning brush and the grinds tray that the container site on top of. Rinse and dry thoroughly.

Black & Decker CBG110SC Easy Touch Electric Smartgrind Coffee & Spice Grinder, Black

Grind whole beans for up to 12 cups of brewed coffee using the BLACK+DECKER SmartGrind Electric Coffee and Spice Grinder with Stainless Steel Blades. The large-capacity grinder features one-touch pulse control and durable stainless steel blades and grinding bowl that quickly provide a uniform grind. It’s also great for grinding herbs, spices, and grains, or chopping nuts and seeds! It’s quite compact for us RV dwellers. 7.3″ tall and 3.4″wide.

  • Stainless Steel Grinding Blades
  • Stainless Steel Bowl
  • Push-Button Pulse Control
  • Cord Storage

Baratza Encore

Recommended by coffee experts as THE go-to entry level grinder for brewing coffee at home. 

This tried and true grinder has been on the market since 2012 and is their most widely used grinder. Its grind consistency and reliability make it a great little workhorse for your home/RV espresso, drip or French Press coffee setup.

Most small, consumer appliances are designed to wear out, or stop being useful in a very short time. These appliances are difficult and expensive to repair, so consumers are trained to dump and replace which has big environmental implications. 

Baratza grinders are designed to be maintained like commercial grinders and maximize their value. With regular cleaning, maintenance, repair, and even rebuilds these grinders can give an excellent, accurate grind for many years. Baratza’s best selling grinder, with it’s small footprint it is THE choice for those brewing coffee at home. A convenient, front-mounted pulse button plus a simple ON/OFF switch makes it easy to grind on demand. This is the one everyone is talking about in Reddit.

Java Presse – Manual Grinder

  • ENJOY THE PERFECT CUP OF FRESH COFFEE ― The Manual Coffee Grinder by JavaPresse Coffee Company has a built-in adjustable ceramic burr with over 18 manual grind settings to ensure you have 100% precision & control over the coarseness of your grind. This hand coffee grinder is great for all brewing methods to enjoy the perfect cup of fresh coffee and espresso in the morning. 
  • CONVENIENT, PORTABLE AND EASY-TO-USE ESPRESSO GRINDER ― The hand crank coffee grinder mechanism eliminates over 90% of the noise that electric coffee bean grinders produce. Unlike electric burr grinders for coffee beans, the patented JavaPresse dual plated manual ceramic burr coffee grinder assembly requires no batteries, power or long plastic cords to operate. This allows you to enjoy fresh ground coffee beans at home or on the go as the best camping coffee grinder. 
  • THE BEST WAY TO START YOUR DAY ― This manual coffee grinder is equipped with a professional grade ceramic conical burr for an incredibly consistent coffee grind that heightens flavors of the most exquisite beans in the world. Smell the fresh aroma of fresh ground coffee as you brew them on your espresso machine, AeroPress, French Press or pour over coffee maker! 
  • TREAT YOURSELF TO THE HIGHEST QUALITY MANUAL COFFEE GRINDER THAT IS BUILT TO LAST ― Crafted with the same essence as traditional Japanese cookware, our patented ceramic handheld coffee grinder burr is tested through three quality inspections to last 5 times longer than comparable stainless steel coffee burrs. Combined with an impeccable frame and convenient size, this is the pinnacle travel coffee grinder that is a great gift for yourself or a friend. 
  • ENHANCE YOUR MORNING WHILE MAKING AN IMPACT AROUND THE WORLD ― Your deliciously crafted cup of coffee from our manual coffee grinder is helping empower coffee farmers to chase a brighter future. A portion of our profits go towards positively impacting our partner’s coffee supply chain and their local communities. Our mission hinges on one fundamental idea: when we care, happiness flows and everyone wins. Including you with this hand coffee bean grinder by JavaPresse.

DRIVER Manual Coffee Bean Grinder

DRIVER Manual Coffee Bean Grinder, Whole Bean Mini 15g Wood Handy Size Juglans Nigra Stainless Steel Burr Mill Portable Travel for Espresso, French Press, Spice, Herb, Pepper Grinder.

  • HIGH QUALITY: Our manual coffee grinder is built with high quality Juglans Nigra Stainless Steel Burr to last. The body, handle and knob are all constructed of high quality material and it has a durable stainless steel burr. Get it now and keep it for a lifetime! 
  • EXCELLENT GRINDER with BETTER HANDLING: A built-in adjustable grind selector that ensures you have the exact coarseness you desire. Simply turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise in order to reach the perfect size for your specific coffee drink. A Silicon grip has been added to the grinder for better handling and storing as one piece….never worry about losing the handle again. 
  • MEASURING BASE & CONTAINER: Our measured container ensures a precise brew (no scoop needed). A SILICONE LID is included in order to keep the remaining ground coffee fresh inside and gives you the option to grind now and enjoy while you’re on the go. 
  • TRAVEL-FRIENDLY: With our Grinder, no batteries, power, or long plastic cords is needed, allowing you to travel with and brew freshly roasted ground coffee beans on your next camping, hiking, backpacking, or outdoors trip and even in your office. 

SAVORLIVING Slow Electric Rechargeable Coffee Grinder

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How to Make Coffee While Camping – Beans Baby, you need beans

SAVORLIVING Slow Electric Coffee Grinder with Conical Ceramic Burr Type-C Rechargeable Portable Coffee Mill.

  • Personalized Coffee Grinder: Automatic coffee grinder with 5 adjustment modes to meet different grinding levels to help you to prepare with a variety of coffee, such as espresso, mocha, cold coffee, French press. 
  • 3 Mins Auto-off: Double click to trun on, one click to switch off. This machine will auto-off around 3 mins,just load the beans, switch it on, and you can leave it alone. No more boring monitoring while grinding. Suitable for the busy morning to let you get coffee easily and conveniently. 
  • Type-C Charging Mode: 3-4 hours to fully charged for grinding up to 25 cups of coffee. Allow you to travel with and brew freshly roasted ground coffee beans on your camping, hiking, outdoors trip. 
  • Well Balanced Speed – Around 1.5 mins for 1 cup of coffee. Keep fresh aroma with Re-degised electric burr.With higher grinding speed, save time, and also, the coffee flavor. 
  • Easy to clean: Removable container makes cleaning easier. Note that the main body cannot be washed! 100% Customer Satisfaction: 30 Days Refund if you don’t like our products and 1 year limited warranty.

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Best RV Coffee

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3 thoughts on “Best RV Coffee”

  1. Have a single-cup Keurig that I use every day. I like to use filtered water so this is very convenient to use instead of having tap water sitting in a large Keurig unit overnight. One disadvantage is the cleaning of the coffee pods, coffee grounds and mesh go in organics, plastic goes in recycle, and aluminum top goes in the garbage. I hope it is worthwhile. Doing my best for the environment. ❤️

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