Granite Ware – Coffee, Tea, Water Boiler – For Camping, Travel, and Everyday Use – 3 Quarts
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- ABSORBS HEAT QUICKLY – The Granite Ware Boiler absorbs heat quickly, reducing your cooking time and getting you your morning coffee quicker. The product’s smooth glass like surface allows for easy cleaning and easy handling. (Dishwasher and metal tool safe)
- ENERGY EFFICIENT – The inner carbon steel core allows heat to be distributed evenly, so liquid boils at a constant rate.
- NO CHANGE IN TASTE – The pure surface will not alter any taste of your beverage so you can enjoy your coffee, tea, and hot chocolate without worry of change in flavor.
- TAKE IT ANYWHERE– Whether you’re going camping or staying at home, the Granite Ware Boiler provides you with hot coffee, tea, or water quickly. All you need is a source of heat.
- LONG-LASTING – The porcelain coffee boiler is made from durable materials so you can take on your family camping trips for years to come.
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Casual Friday's aren't just an office concept. More and more families are cooking outdoors whenever weather permits and what's better than a cup of Joe on the grill or the camp fire. 3 qt capacity Black
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Coffee prep the old fashioned way: I use fresh, cold water. Fill the pot to just below the bottom of the spout. Place it on a stove top, open fire or whatever heat source you're using. Bring the water to a boil. Add 1/3rd cup (or whatever amount you like - a bit of experimenting may be needed until you find the flavor you're looking for) of COARSE ground coffee or PERCOLATOR grind to the boiling water. Allow the coffee to reach a second boil and let boil for 3 to 5 minutes. Doing this removes the acid that causes stomach upset. Remove from heat and wait about one or two more minutes and then add about 6 oz.of cold water - take care to pour a bit down the pout to wash some of the grounds clear from there. The cold water will cause the grounds to settle to the bottom of the pot. Wait about another minute and you're ready to have coffee. Pour it in to your favorite coffee cup and enjoy. There may be a few grounds in the bottom of each cup but for ME - I don't mind it.
Major bullet points...
Made in Mexico, not the USA...
Very flimsy lid hinge...
Not for use on glass top stoves...
Never use soap in it...
Hope this helps...☺
This is also a great way to keep water hot for instant coffee, teas, or cleaning up.
Follow Kent Rollins on U-tube for seasoning a pot and you can't go wrong. Making coffee in a boiler is no problem if you know what to do
Again, follow Kent Rollins' instructions.
I have been a civil war reenactor for 38 years and have had boiled coffee for that entire time. Done well, boiled coffee is even better than coffee from an electric or perc coffee pot.
The handle does get hot and contents must be poured using a small rag... just common sense
The spout holes seem small and it pours slow, but with good reason. If you try to pour to fast the lid might pop open and you will get burned, so use another small rag on the lid. Pouring too fast causes a lot of coffee grounds to get in your cup as well.
Boiled coffee is good coffee... it just takes practice learning how to make it properly. BTW... coffee can be purchased in sealed pouches. Using the pouches, there is no problem with coffee grounds in your coffee.
You get what you pay for, and this is not a premium pot but it would serve well if cared for as a camp pot.
Im not trying to be a negative nancy. I just want others to not expect much more than what they paid for.