It seems I’ve developed a fetish for manual gadgets. This “end of the world” scenario has me thinking about what I would want to enjoy should there be no power.
My new stove top (camp cook top) espresso maker arrived yesterday. This one is stainless steel. There are others out there less expensive which are constructed using aluminum, but I’m not a big fan of aluminum.
I’m going to donate the really cheaply made camp coffee pot to good will. Or perhaps I’ll keep as back up, or incorporate it into my morning, camp coffee routine.
I purchased some real Italian coffee to go with my new device. Yum!
Now I figured a three cup pot would be enough for at least two servings, but no, it fills a small coffee cup half way. I add hemp milk and a bit of sweetener and ooh la la, best stovetop coffee in the world!
There are some folks out there who would cringe at what I paid for this. All I can say is, I’m going to have the best camp coffee ever.
Heaven … coming soon.
PS ~ The nice thing about this espresso maker is you don’t need to drink a whole lot of it. Maybe two small cups and you’re good to go, rather than drinking a whole pot of cheap coffee.
Cheap, gmo, glysophate sprayed coffee.
(I hope they don’t use gmo or glysophate for their crops in Italy).
Isn’t it weird that people in the states have to purchase some things out of country if they want to get away from gmo and glysophate?
Sad ….. but awesome too, for I get to sample the things produced by our neighbors, which is one reason to love amazon. It allows me the opportunity to get closer to my planetary family.