Has the thought of crafting a survival coffee maker ever crossed your mind? Well ... if you're an ardent coffee drinker and find it challenging to start your day without your cup of coffee, then you should take note.
Imagine this ...
You open your eyes. You realize it’s morning. You lie there for a little while. You are trying to get your mind to focus. With a thud, a sickening feeling hits you right in your empty, growling stomach. The coffee pot is gone! How are you going survive without your coffee?
Reality starts to set in … slowly … you are out in the wilderness somewhere and … yesterday was a ROUGH day. Disaster struck late afternoon while you were trying to cross the river. You lost a lot of your gear and supplies while attempting the crossing.
You look around - at least you still have your tent, some coffee beans, other odds and ends, and a few canned items lying around. Okay, time to roll out of the sack and figure this out.
First things first! A cup of hot steaming comfort coffee will give you some much needed warmth and a clear head, but ... how are you going to make coffee with only a handful of coffee beans? You have come up with a way to craft a survival coffee maker.
Easy Steps To Craft Your Own Survival Coffee Maker
Wait! Suddenly you remember something you once read ...
That's right. You read this article somewhere .... ah yes, 101WaystoSurvive took you (step by step) through the process of making a rudimentary coffee maker. Now's the time to put those acquired skills to the test. Just in case you forgot, here's what they had to say ...
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make an improvised coffee maker that could be used out in the field? Here’s one example of a simple project that only requires a few tin cans, a survival knife and a little bit of ingenuity. Follow the steps below, and you can almost duplicate what you are accustomed to brewing up at home.
Okay, it sounds easy. It only requires ...
- A few tin cans
- A survival knife
- A little bit of ingenuity
- AND maybe a little bit of practice!
Easy enough, don't you think? What's your opinion? We think that the most important thing to remember here is ... DON'T lose your coffee beans and filters. Oh yes, AND make sure you have some cans handy.
Enjoy making your own survival coffee maker - its a skill that will serve you well in the future.