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  • Select the perfect pot to make great cowboy coffee
  • Separate your drinking coffee from the floating coffee grounds with ease
  • Brew your coffee for optimal extraction and maximum flavor
  • Use the right grind to enhance the body and mouth feel of your coffee
  • Make a cup of cowboy coffee that is as good as any coffee, anywhere

Whether you want to make great coffee on the camping trail or at home in your grandmother’s
enameled coffee pot, this book will show you how. This book will walk you through the process of
brewing a great pot of coffee any place you can boil water.
You may be surprised to learn that cowboy coffee is a great tasting coffee that rivals the best of
brewing methods—even French press coffee.  And because cowboy coffee requires only the most
basic of equipment, it is ultra-portable and ultra-simple. It can be made anywhere you can boil
water—at home or the camp kitchen.
Making Great Cowboy Coffee shows you how to:

10 Tips for Making Cowboy Coffee

Book Trailer:
Making Great Cowboy Coffee

The downside of living in the information age is that we have far too much information to and keep
the important stuff between our ears for when we need it.

To help simplify your life just a little, here is a list of the top ten things to remember about making
cowboy coffee. They are in no particular order.

  1. Steep your coffee in water that’s between 195 and 205 degrees F. And whatever you do,
    don’t use boiling water.
  2. If you buy ground coffee, buy only enough for 1 or maybe 2 weeks. If you buy whole bean
    coffee, buy only enough for 1 month. You can fudge a little when buying coffee packed in a
    stay fresh bag. As long as the coffee was recently roasted and you don’t open the bag, it will
    remain reasonably fresh for months.

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