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Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Coffeeneuring Report, Week 4, 30 Oct 2013

Hello folks! It's yet another installment to my Coffeeneuring Challenge series! And yep, this one is another "coffee shop without walls". (But don't you worry, now that the weather is crap, I'll be going inside to drink coffee!)

This one happened during my Stub Stewart camping trip, Oct 29-30. You can read the whole story of the trip over here. This time I decided to bring the Esbit coffemaker out again. Thankfully the wind was quite low so I didn't have to go through most of a pack of matches to get it lit.

The coffee this time? Nothing to write home about. I picked up one of those small bags of pre-ground Millstone coffee at the Banks Thriftway. Millstone, pretty much the low end of the totem pole for "quality" grocery store coffee. The brewed coffee itself was serviceable, but as I said, nothing to write home about.*

Alright, that's that! Next time I hope to have something a little more "exciting".

Miles ridden: 22
Bicycle used: Surly Long Haul Trucker
Coffee used: Millstone
Coffee prepared by: Esbit coffee maker

*But apparently something to write a blog entry about.

1 comment:

  1. I'd love to know what the best coffees and coffee-makers are for coffeeneuring!

    I'm glad you've had such interesting bike adventures.


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