How do you make coffee in the field?
The Original Camp Coffee has always been the staple of every woods camp or wilderness experience. Coffee beans were crushed by a rock or rifle butt and tossed into a pot of water. The coffee was then strained through a piece of cloth or allowed to settle to the bottom. The coffee was then served strong enough to "float an iron wedge!" Today Ole Time Woodsman has brought back the original camp coffee without the hassle. We do the work so that you can enjoy the great full bodied flavor of how real coffee used to taste.
We have filled each bag with our hand picked selection of crushed fresh roasted coffee beans
Directions for great camp coffee:
1) Put one bag in a pot or pan with five cups of water. 2) Bring to a boil for 5-8 minutes
Whether you are on a remote adventure or just dreaming of one at home, you can enjoy a great cup of real coffee. Each pouch makes anywhere from six or more cups depending upon your taste!