A few percolators in the marketplace now bridge the gap between the stovetop and the campfire in terms of style and function. The Coleman 12 Cup Coffee Percolator is one of them. How is it made up? For the listed price, one might think the Coleman 12 Cup Coffee Percolator is made of aluminium or a cheaper alloy. Thankfully it’s not since aluminium causes all sorts of health risks, including Alzheimer's. At least Coleman got that right when they used heavy grade steel as the primary read more..
As I've said before, there’s nothing like leaving the city for two free weeks of camping, only to realize once you've set up the tent that you forgot the coffee pot. Especially when three other couples are involved and they all know you agreed to bring it. So when this happened to us last summer, the wife and I made the mutual decision to fund the group’s coffee habit by driving ten miles each morning into the city limits for Starbuck’s. That was, of course, until a brilliant read more..
There is nothing like real, percolated coffee; the richness, the color, the strength. And at its current price point, the One All PK008 is a real steal. The style is similar to older model stovetop percolators, so it’s a nice retro addition to any kitchen without going too far. It only weighs two pounds and comes with a cute metal disc to heat up on a coil burner stove top, so be sure to take that out of the pot before brewing. It shouldn't affect the brewing cycle, but it might cause some read more..
You might think it takes a lot of effort to percolate coffee and that it takes a long time. But, in fact, there are some definite ways to measure the proper time and it really never takes forever. It 's just that there's a few more thing to do. The actual time it takes for coffee to percolate of course depends on the method you use and the size of the coffee pot. Stovetop Percolation Let’s take the stove method first. Many people believe the water should be brought to a read more..
Are you an old school coffee drinker? Then it pays to know how to use a percolator on a stove. Although they are old-fashioned, percolators are what were used to deliver our much-loved coffee to the table before the innovation of electric cookers. Although the stovetop percolator is a little out of date it produces some of the best tasting coffee out there – certainly on a par (usually better) with anything the modern machine might make. The main advantage of using a stovetop read more..