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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.
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