Best Camp Coffee | Backcountry Barista Pour Over Coffee

Read our complete backpacking pour over coffee method here:

After 11 years it’s time to pushback on Starbucks VIA Ready Brew Coffee. Sure it’s taken over “camp coffee” by storm, sadly killing many creative backcountry brewing methods. But is that a good thing? We think not! And we have a solution for a stunning cup of camp coffee — a low cost and lightweight technique for brewing World Class Coffee in the backcountry. And we really mean World Class Coffee!

In this video, we’ll detail a $7, two-ounce method for brewing camp coffee that’s a backcountry adaptation of the recipe and technique used by the 2016 World Brewers Cup Champion, Tetsu Kaysuya. With it, you’ll get the stunning taste of barista coffee in camp. And it really isn’t that hard to do. We’ll give you the gear, recipe, and technique to easily brew fantastic camp coffee.

Products used:

Jetboil Stove:

Toaks 900ml Pot + Sidewinder Ti-Tri Bundle:

Hario V60 01 Plastic Dripper:

Hario V60 Paper Coffee Filters, Size 01:

TOAKS Titanium 450ml Mug:

Baratza Encore Conical Burr Coffee Grinder:


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