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Where does the hot water come from? Seems to be an important part of brewing coffee...
@andrewrlin Good question - I wondered the same thing. Before/after early morning surfs I use a snowpeak giga power stove. It's pretty small, heats anything rapidly, and would probably fit into this kit.
@andrewrlin Just wait for the expansion pack that contains a small BPA-free canister, a water filtering device, replacement filter cartridges, as well as a micro-USB powered mini kettle, pH-test strips and a mirco-fiber cloth all neatly packed in yet another bag. And if that's not enough...wait for the R.I.Y. ("roast it yourself") starter kit. All the machinery comes neatly packed in a Samsonite hard-shell suitcase, which can easily be checked in when flying, so that you never-ever have to "peasantly" drink coffee that was roasted a day ago. You know just the travel essentials ;)
"For us, designing the Timbuk2 x Blue Bottle Travel Kit meant considering a wide range of coffee obsessives: the urban traveler, weary of stale hotel selections. The weekend adventurer, gearing up for a surf session or camping trip. The road tripper, now liberated from the scorched (and sometimes blueberry-flavored) disappointments of gas station urns. Starting now, the proper tools are collected and within reach. It’s time to Brew Where You Are."
This looks awesome!!!!
if you make the coffee at home, you can still enjoy your coffee and drink it during travelling :-)