Percolated coffee is a great way to enjoy a good cup of joe while camping out. We used an aluminum pot for years but decided it was better for our health to upgrade to stainless steel.
We found the perfect percolator for us in the Coletti Bozeman coffee pot. It has a glass globe for watching the coffee perk to just the right color and flavor. The rosewood on the handle makes it easier to handle the hot pot for pouring. You can choose between a 9 cup or 12 cup size coffee maker.
The inside filter unit is easy to fill and clean. The coffee tastes great every time when we use this well-made coffee pot. No batteries or electric cords are needed to make your coffee as this simply heats on your cook stove or campfire.
Percolating coffee takes a little patience depending upon your altitude, heat source, and how strong you like your coffee. We average about 20 minutes to make a full pot of coffee with a deliciously bold flavor. The glass globe in the lid gives you a view of the color of your coffee as it perks with a lighter color turning darker as the flavor gets stronger with the percolating time.
Rugged enough for the seasoned outdoorsman. Beautiful enough to earn a place in the kitchen. We look forward to our morning cup of joe as we savor the smell of the coffee percolating in this durable coffee maker.
Coletti’s founding owner is veteran Josh Gilliam who was commissioned as an Infantry officer in 2000 from West Point. Soon after he was leading Soldiers in combat with both the 75th Ranger Regiment and the 82nd Airborne Division. In 2005, Josh sensed a call to the chaplaincy and enrolled in Seminary. While serving as an Army Chaplain in Afghanistan, he became burdened by the lack of religious freedom and misunderstandings about Christianity. Part of the profits goes to his non-profit work.
Ditch the cord and taste the difference!
disposable wrap-around filters come in a pack of 55.
These are our favorite style coffee filters that will keep the grounds out of your coffee. The paper filter forms a packet that will cleanly lift out the wet grounds to toss or compost.
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