We use a SS percolator. Once the coffee is made, we transfer it to a thermal SS carafe where it stays hot for hours. Grounds are the only throw away. Don't use the pod type equipment as the coffee is not strong enough and the pods are environmentally not good. Instant coffee is ...NOT! We do have a small french press that makes 2 cups when needed.
Post by Charlie-Bravo on Oct 13, 2020 19:58:18 GMT
This thread was the first I came across having just purchased a Jeanneau, and as I always start my day with a quadruple espresso with a splash of milk from a good ol' Gaggia machine ( three pumps, two steam valves, two thermostats, re wired and stripped and rebuilt so many times over the last 18 years) felt this forum could be for me, the reply " a fast tender " brightened up my day, and is great to see it again. I use an AeroPress , virtually impossible to use underway, (we survive on tea when moving) cup needs pre heating or its a bit cooler than liked, but does produce an acceptable coffee and is a small unbreakable thing to have on board ..... thinking I might go for a stove top boiler as seen in the posts further up as an improvement ......... or perhaps a new rib with something bigger than my 2.4 hp Honda. CB
As previous explained, please excuse my habit of repeating myself, it comes with age but we have an Nespresso machine run on shore power, generator or inverter, we use on average 5 Capsules per day, a summer cruise of 5 months requires a large investment and storage space........but it’s worth it!
I have just purchased my summer stock of Nespresso capsules.
Four boxes each containing twenty cartons of 10 capsules, wasteful, I don't think so, extravagant maybe, but they give me great pleasure, for me they are the best coffee you can buy, but as always a personal choice.
Throwing plastic capsules in the rubbish bin, not necessary as they are made of aluminium and are recyclable.