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Coffee with percolator

$15.00 (to hire)

Coffee with percolator

(1 customer review)
5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

$15.00 (to hire)

386g

Aha! You are a serious caffeine addict, and you’re prepared to suffer for your fix. You know that there are plungers at each of the huts that you can share (for which we can provide freshly ground coffee), but you’re not a fan of plunger coffee taste and grit (we’re looking at you, Gail…), or the clean up afterwards (that sound you hear is Ian gnashing his teeth …).

This percolator is the closest thing you’ll get to proper espresso in camp. It’s easy to use, easy to clean and what better way to start the day? 250g of Tattooed Nun blend (12 cups’ worth) from Tasmanian coffee gurus Zimmah, freshly roasted and ground especially for the Aeropress completes the picture. Don’t forget to order milk if you need it.

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1 review for Coffee with percolator

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    First of all, I was pretty excited to find this product as I was wondering how I would cater to my caffeine addiction on the track and instant coffee is the devil. The small weight of the plunger is worth it, as my and my delightful smelling coffee were the envy of the kitchen every morning. I only took half the bag with me on the track and it was enough for about 8 coffees. Great product

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We offer the Zimmah blend Tattooed Nun: “Tattooed Nun is all about contrast and balance. On one hand as a black it offers the ultimate guilty pleasure – rich with buttery caramel flavours and a dark chocolate finish. On the other hand, add milk to the mix and you will be presented with a much more controlled and smooth experience.
Flavours: Molasses, dried raisin, stone fruits, dark chocolate, creamy mouth feel, mild acidity, pecan, vanilla, heavy body, juicy.”

Zimmah sources beans from places such as Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Burundi, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Kenya. And then they roast: “When we think of fine art it brings to mind masterpieces like Satie’s Gymnopedie No.1, Botticelli’s heavenly angels and the road that Robert Frost never took. Coffee roasting is an art just as historic and elaborate as any other: a mixture of intuition and manual hand response.”

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Weight 386 g
Coffee

160g (8 cups) – $13.50, 250g (12 cups) – $15