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Granite Ware 6006-1 3-Quart Coffee Boiler
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- Porcelain fused to a steel core
- Durable and energy efficient
- Easy clean up
- Made in USA
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Package Quantity: 1 | Size: 3 Quart
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Do not confuse a boiler pot with a percolator pot. Boiled coffee is a learned procedure and takes practice. If you cannot face having a bit of grounds in your coffee, or a dented pot with black soot marks on it, this may not be for you.
CARE OF POT: If you want it to stay nice and clean looking, wet the outside with a bit of soap before you put it on the fire, and let it dry to an invisible shield. Soot wipes right off when you wash it. Unless this stays outside all the time, this is a really smart idea to save the nice color on your pot. There is no basket, filter, tube, or other clutter to worry about, I want as little fussiness as possible for campfire coffee.
RECIPE FOR BOILED COFFEE: Here is a recipe from the book I am writing: Use 3/4 cup of coffee grounds per quart of coffee, or one coffee measure scoop per coffee cup of water. Heat the amount of water you intend to use in your pan over a hot fire, until boiling. Then add the coffee grounds, and an eggshell. Yes I said an eggshell. Get the water back to boiling as it slows for a couple of minutes after dropping in the coffee. Pull the pot off the fire and set it aside for a few minutes. Pour in a 1/2 cup of cold water. Along with the eggshells, this helps the grounds sink to the bottom of your pot. Some people do not like the cold water trick as they want the coffee as hot as possible. If that is you, just set it aside about 5 minutes to settle. Now the next secret to this is.... Don't pour it out!Read more ›
Note however, this isn't a percolator with the internal basket and tube. It's a pot only.
It is not a percolator, but just is useful to heat up hot water.
You can use this on a camp stove, or over the grill on your fire pit.
The only negative, is that the lid has a kind of hinge, that is probably aluminum, or a soft metal, as it will come off and come unbent around the top of the handle. However, that is not any detriment to how it works, or has held up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plan to use this for camping or outside emergency living, but it is a large heavy duty boiler pot. I'm very please and satisfied.Published 1 day ago by Webfoot
As advertised and a good value...great when the lights go out.Published 5 days ago by Richard A. Armstrong
awesome classic coffee boiler- I use mine for boiling ears of corn or potatoes when camping, or just making hot water at the campfirePublished 9 days ago by trav s
Bought 2 of these as gifts. My mom and aunt love them. It was also a great price for a great tea kettle!Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent coffee pot, hot water pot, nice and big don't have to keep refilling it. Use it regularly in the kitchen, probably be great on a camp fire too!Published 14 days ago by Bishmaya
Made my first pot of coffee yesterday....works great as I steep mine in boiling water the way the Swedes and Norwegians do.....Published 15 days ago by loneaglebwc
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