- Words and pho­tos by Alain Gagnon Lifestyle · Healthy Living · Camping · Coffee · Shopping · Consumer Goods · Lifehacks · Outdoor Hobbies · Hobbies · Beverages · Food

There are a few rea­sons I love this prod­uct; it makes a great espresso cof­fee, it’s easy to use, and it keeps every­thing you need for your morn­ing “fix” all in one place (mi­nus wa­ter and milk). I could also say that it’s prac­ti­cal as it can be eas­ily stashed (in my case “shoved”) in your camp­ing gear­box and small enough to take along to your favourite fly-fish­ing spot. It looks so cool it makes a great gift for that over­lan­der that loves camp­ing gad­gets…and cof­fee. “The Java Can” kit in­cludes a mil­i­tary spec ammo con­tainer to keep all to­gether, a 4 cup Moka pot, a ce­ramic burr cof­fee grinder, an ul­tra light camp stove (not bu­tane), a 12 oz milk froth­ing pitcher, 4 stain­less steel dou­ble wall cups (for you to share the joy), a bat­tery op­er­ated milk frother, and of course, in­struc­tions with pic­tures. The kit is fairly easy to use, sturdy, and equipped with good qual­ity items. A per­fect cup of cof­fee starts with of a “good” cof­fee bean. I nor­mally use any strong bold “espresso” cof­fee beans from my lo­cal gro­cery store but right now I’m en­joy­ing a Mex­i­can espresso blend that is quite tasty. At the end of the day, do you re­ally need the Java Can to make the best cof­fee pos­si­ble? More than likely not, how­ever you have a unique qual­ity Java kit all in one con­tainer that is easy to store and grab out of your jeep or truck and it pro­duces what you re­ally need for your morn­ing “fix” in or­der to get your day go­ing and GET OUT THERE AND EX­PLORE. www.the­java­can.com MSRP: $150

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