The EcoVessel Wine and Whiskey tumbler is a great little cup – it performs as advertised!
Since my last update, I have used the EcoVessel Port Wine and Whiskey while on three overnight backpacking trips on the AT in Maryland; for coffee on two long dayhiking trips on the Maryland AT; and of course for hot and cold beverages while at home. Temperatures ranged from 28 F at Pine Knob Shelter on the AT to the mid 50’s during one of my lunch coffee breaks on a day hike.
The EcoVessel Port and Wine and Whiskey tumbler has performed well over the past month or so of use. It has kept cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot, which at the basic level is what I want in an insulated beverage holder. You can read my full update HERE.
My initial impressions concerning the MSR Pika 1L Teapot surround how light and small it is. It seems a great way to boil or heat water for backpacking meals and hot beverages. Concerning it’s ACTUAL weight compared to the published weight, it actually measured .2oz/4gr lighter than the published weight! For full review click HERE
I have used the Dripo Cold Brew Coffee System over the past couple months to make my morning coffee and my husband has taken the Dripo system backpacking and car camping. The system took a little bit to learn, but once I figured it out, I had great cold brew coffee. Click HERE to read my review.
A multi-day trip into Pisgah National Forest on the first weekend in fall was the perfect time to test out Kuju Coffee’s Pocket PourOver system. Coffee at breakfast and after dinner made the trip that much more enjoyable. Sounds like I enjoyed the coffee? Click here to read my final thoughts on Kuju Coffee.
Coffee. It’s a part of daily life and the cornerstone of many morning and evening routines. Coffee can also be a big part of the backcountry experience. Kuju Coffee brings some innovation to how coffee coffee can be made in the great outdoors. Check out my initial review of their Pocket PourOver by clicking here.