RV coffee

RV Coffee – So many choices

Making coffee in an RV involves some different considerations than making coffee in a normal sticks and brick house. We gave some thought on what would work best for us and did a bunch of “research” — i.e., YouTube watching and Google searching on different methods for making coffee. Let’s just say there’s an overwhelming amount of information out there, but after sifting through numerous different methods, we decided to devise our own version of the pour-over method.

Making coffee in an RV – Our method

Since we wanted to heat water only once and have enough coffee to last both of us for the whole day, we adapted the pour over method to scale it up for larger than normal quantity. You can see exactly how we do it in our video . . .

We were able to find everything we needed for our method of coffee making on Amazon, and the links to what we use are provided below.

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Osaka, 1.5 Liter Electric Quick Boil Gooseneck Water Kettle for Drip Coffee

Stainless Steel Vacuum Carafe,1.5 L

V60 Glass Coffee Dripper, Size 03

V60 Disposable Paper Coffee Filters, 100 Count, Size 03

Digital Hand Drip Coffee Scale

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We are very happy with this method of coffee making. It allows us to heat water one time to make enough coffee for the day for both of us. The carafe keeps our coffee super hot all day long, and our waste generation is minimal. Maybe one day we’ll get a coffee bean grinder, but for now we’ll just keep buying ground coffee.

Here’s a good reference if you want to learn more about the basic pour over method. How do you make coffee? Do you have any favorite coffee recipes? We’d love to hear about it in the comments below.

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