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Since it's completely hand-powered, there's no need to worry about having an outlet nearby. And this hand grinder goes well with other man-powered gadgets like your mortar and pestle, your hand-crank egg beater or your old-timey butter churn.<br> <br> <br> <br> One downfall for backpackers, though, is that this bottle will never return to its dry weight while you're on foot. It's impossible to squeeze all of the water out of the bottle, so expect it to add some weight to your pack after the first use. <br> <br> <br> <br> The Geopress is made of BPA-free polypropylene, a durable type of plastic. The wide base diameter of the Geopress gives it a sturdy feel, and it's apparently designed to withstand 10-foot drops onto concrete while it's full of water. Without a doubt, the Geopress is the bottle I'd choose to take on a backpacking trip due to its intense filtering mechanism and durability. <br> <br> <br> <br> In the US, the EPA has legally enforceable standards for all different types of pollutants in your drinking water, as well as secondary concerns that may cause skin irritation or affect your hair. Your local water supplier should produce a new Consumer Confidence Report each year, and the EPA has a public database to easily look up the most recent report for your area. You can read the report and check if there are any worrisome pollutant levels in your water, but you can also rest safe in the knowledge that if any contaminants are over their legal limit, your area will certainly be notified.<br> <br> <br> <br> And if you'd rather not spend that much, there are plenty of cheaper, yet just as durable, alternatives. Oxo's $49 cold brewer is affordable and easy to operate, and makes excellent cold-brew coffee concentrate. 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Afterwards, in as little as 5 minutes, brewed coffee returns to the Dash's carafe. As cold brew goes, what the Dash makes has a bit of a weak taste. That said, it's drinkable and fits the bill if speed is your priority. <br> <br> <br> <br> $43 at Amazon Gooseneck pour-over kettle<br> <br> Amazon For pour-over coffee methods, you'll want a good gooseneck kettle. Heat up cold water in something like this kettle, and the narrow spout will give you the control you need to distribute hot water over your coffee grounds (or tea), first to help "bloom" the coffee grounds, and then to evenly "pour over" the rest of the water.<br> <br> <br> <br> $256 at Amazon PS: The Beans<br> <br> All these gadgets will help you make a better cup of coffee, certainly, but to achieve a truly great brew, you have to start with a strong foundation: the beans! When purchasing a bag of beans, look for a roast date within the last few weeks or sooner. 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