Nature’s coffee kettle review- How to brew in Nature?
If you’re a coffee lover, you know there’s nothing like a good cup. And if you’re a nature lover, you know there’s nothing quite like being surrounded by nature. So what could be better than a coffee kettle that allows you to enjoy both a fresh tasting roast and backpacking in nature?
Nature’s Kettle is another option that delivers a delicious cup of coffee with a simple brewing approach. It allows you to brew your cup of joe right in the great outdoors. It’s perfect for camping, hiking, and any other time you want to enjoy a cup of coffee in the beauty of nature. It is better than instant coffee, easier to clean up than pour over technique.
How does the pouring system work?
Nature’s Coffee Kettle coffee comes in a Mylar bag into which you pour boiled water. The liquid streams through a coffee bag like your home drip filter. After some time, you open the spout and transfer a hot cup into a camping cup or jug.
The Kettle is made of durable stainless steel and has a built-in filter to ensure that your coffee is always fresh and delicious. It also comes with a handy carrying case, so you can take it wherever you go.
- Coffee is contained in cloth pack
- Pour through multiple times for a variety of strength
- Good tasting coffee
- Pouring through a second time requires a large second container
- Prop it up while making or it could spill
- A robust brew needs repeated pours.
Nature’s Coffee Kettle pouches are also available in a variety of flavors. Their favorite is the standard 100% Colombian, but they also have hazelnut, organic mountain blueberry, and decaf options. All of the tastes are great, but my particular favorite is the 100% strong Colombian roast. They also provide hot chocolate, hot apple cider, and tomato soup. Each pouch brews 4 – 8 oz. cups.
The paper-thin “kettle” prepares genuine coffee rather than instant. This is not like Folgers instant coffee taste.