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      Water for Weight Loss: An Easy New Year’s Goal

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      New Year’s resolution time is here. We’ve all indulged more than we should have over the holiday season, and now it’s time for a little discipline so you can shed those extra pounds. The first thing you can do is one of the easiest—drink more water. Scientific studies suggest that increasing water intake can help you lose weight, and that’s a pretty simple way to help reach your goal.


      Do you drink enough water? Chances are, you probably don’t. It makes up about 60% of our bodies. Every cell in your body needs water to function properly. Just keeping hydrated can make you healthier by kick starting your energy level and metabolism. Drinking plenty of water reduces bloating and water weight almost immediately, too, and that’s a very good start!

      Refresh yourself, revitalize your metabolism and reduce your body weight in 2018 by increasing your water intake. Scientific studies have indicated that drinking more water can really help you drop unwanted pounds when undertaken in combination with a sensible diet and physical exercise.

      Our Product Pick: 

      Discovery 40 oz. Large Capacity Hot or Cold Thermal Bottle - Black

      Discovery 40oz Large Capacity Hot or Cold Thermal Bottle

      This bottle packs a punch, allowing you to drink more and refill less. The 40 oz capacity will ensure you’re drinking enough water!

      Suppress that Appetite

      Drinking water actually acts as an appetite suppressant, according to at least two separate studies. The study conducted by the University of Washington found that drinking one 8 ounce glass of water eliminated cravings for midnight snacks in 98 percent of the subjects, thus decreasing their overall caloric intake. Another study in the The Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics found that its subjects who drank an extra 8 ounces of water a day ate 68 fewer calories; those who drank 24 extra ounces consumed 205 fewer calories, leading to an average weight loss of 1/2 pound per week! (Hey, this could really work!)

      Our Product Pick:

      Primula Sentinel Teal Fruit Infuser Water Bottle

      Primula Sentinel 22 oz. Infusion Water Bottle

      Take fresh, infused water on the go and make drinking water a little less boring! Make up a lemon infused water for an easy detox, or make a refreshing cucumber mint infused water for a refreshing drink after a long walk.

      Exercise + Water Equals Success

      For your New Year’s resolution, you’ll probably be adding exercise to your routine. When exercising, staying hydrated is even more important, and you’ll need a dependable water bottle with you during your trips to the gym or brisk walks around the neighborhood.

      How much water? The consensus suggests that 64 ounces per day should be plenty for most people—daily exercisers probably need a bit more. (Don’t overdo it, though—consuming too much water can be as unhealthy as not drinking enough.)

      Our Product Pick:

      Stash In Phone Storage Bottle - Black

      Primula Stash In Phone Storage Bottle

      Every gym goer’s dream- a bottle that allows you to carry your water, phone, cards, ID and more all in one hand. We’ve taken time to solve the age-old problem of toting too much stuff around the gym by combining a water bottle with a waterproof storage compartment to hold all your valuables.

      Juice it Up—Infuse it!

      If you don’t like the taste of plain water, or you get bored and crave more flavor, pump up the flavor volume by infusing your water with tasty, high nutrient fruits like strawberry, orange, mint, peach, melon—the possibilities are limitless. Get yourself a good infusion pitcher  that’s easy to use. Just add your sliced fruit to the infuser core and submerge in the water-filled pitcher. Let infuse overnight. (The Flavor-It 3-in-1 Pitcher even lets you replace the infuser with a chill core that makes your infusion cold fast.)

      Our Product Pick:

      Flavor It

      Primula Flavor It Pitcher 3-in-1 Beverage System

      Get creative with your water and make delicious, infused water with fruits and herbs for a natural, crisp flavor. The Flavor It comes with 3 MyBev cores, so you can brew tea, infuse water or chill prepared beverages in the pitcher with an easy change of the core.

      Final Point of Brew

      While we all have our goals that we love to achieve, don’t put too much pressure on yourself for weight loss results. As long as you’re feeling great and living a healthy lifestyle, the weight loss is just an added bonus.

      Here’s to a happy, hydrated and healthy 2018—let’s all drink to that!

      Primula Life blog content is intended for general information only. The information provided is not to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.








      The Best Bedtime Teas for the Insomniac

      The Best Bedtime Teas for the Insomniac

      Do you find yourself staying up until the late hours of the night, not able to sleep? Are the everyday stresses of life getting to you when you’re just trying to get some shut-eye?

      When you’re trying to get some sleep, we all know that caffeine is a big no-no. However, there’s some caffeine-free teas that are specifically made to help you get some much-needed rest. Most bedtime teas are made with herbal ingredients that help promote sleep, like chamomile, lavender or valerian.

      All of the teas below can easily be prepared using a Primula whistling tea kettle, and then steeped and served in a cast iron teapot or glass teapot with infuser.

      Here’s our breakdown of the best kinds of bedtime teas. Have a favorite that we missed? Let us know in the comments!

      1.    Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea

      If you’ve ever had a bedtime tea, this is probably the one you’ve had. It’s a great tea to drink to unwind and the delicious taste definitely helps. Tea drinkers who enjoy this tea before bed have been drinking it for years. Some tea drinkers are even trying the Sleepytime Extra version and are reporting heavy eyelids sooner.

      Celestial Seasonings Herbal Tea

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      From Celestial Seasonings’ website, “This most beloved of herbal teas gets its comforting aroma and perfectly balanced flavor from a blend of soothing herbs, including delicate chamomile, cool spearmint and fresh lemongrass. Wind down your day with Sleepytime® tea!”


      • Chamomile
      • Spearmint
      • Lemongrass
      • Tilia flowers
      • Blackberry leaves
      • Orange blossoms
      • Hawthorn
      • Rosebuds

      2.    Adagio Foxtrot Tea

      Available in loose leaf or tea bags, the Foxtrot tea from Adagio Teas is a great combination of flavor and herbs to relax you. This tea has flavoring, so for those of you who aren’t big on the herbal tea flavor without any added flavoring, this one could be for you. Regardless, it’s a great decaf tea that a lot of tea lovers seem to enjoy.

      FoxTrot Teabags

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      From Adagio Tea’s website, “The Foxtrot tea is an herbal cocktail of Egyptian chamomile, South African rooibos (with a touch of vanilla) and fresh peppermint. A soothing blend of familiar tastes that produces a pleasantly original combination.


      • Chamomile flowers
      • Rooibos tea
      • Peppermint leaves
      • Natural vanilla flavor

      3.    The Tao of Tea Cape Town Rooibos

      This tea is definitely a great relaxer right before bedtime. Mixing natural relaxers like chamomile and spearmint, tea drinkers describe this tea as sweet, never bitter, with floral, fruity and minty tastes. This tea comes out as a beautiful, rich red color after steeping and produces a soothing aroma. It’s much more pleasant than plain rooibos tea, while still offering the same healthy, low tannin drink. It’s good hot or cold, so you don’t need to drink piping hot tea in the warm summer months.

      Cape Town Rooibos


      From Tao of Tea’s website, “Rooibos is a member of the legume family of plants, and is commonly used to make a tisane (herbal tea). It belongs to the Aspalathus genus of plants, which consists of more than 200 species originating in the Cederberg mountains of South Africa. Rooibos grows exclusively in the Cederberg Mountain region and around Clanwilliam and Citrusdal. During summer and early autumn, the branches are hand-harvested and cut into smaller pieces. The raw Rooibos is then moistened with water, thoroughly bruised, then placed in heaps and allowed to oxidize for 8 to 24 hours. After oxidation, the herb is spread out in a special yard to dry naturally in the sun. Cape Town Rooibos, our handcrafted blend of Superfine grade organic Rooibos with fragrant herbs, makes a sweet and refreshing golden-red brew.”


      • South African Rooibos
      • Red rose petals
      • Chamomile
      • Lemon verbena
      • Spearmint
      • Orange peel

      4.    Yogi Bedtime Tea

      Easily found in grocery stores, Yogi Bedtime Tea is perfect for stress relief and winding down after a long day. This tea contains chamomile and valerian, both wonderful for putting people to sleep. The tea is incredibly delicious, with a mildly spicy flavor from the ginger used in the mix. Besides being great for winding down, tea drinkers also claim this is a good detox tea, yielding flat tummies and pain relief from stomach aches and cramps.

      Yogi Bedtime Tea

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      From Yogi Tea’s website, “This comforting and delicious blend combines soothing Passionflower and relaxing Chamomile Flower. Licorice, Cardamom and Cinnamon add delicious warming flavor that’s just right for drinking before bedtime. Relax and unwind with a cup of Bedtime tea.”


      • Spearmint leaf
      • Chamomile flower
      • Skullcap leaf
      • Cardamom
      • Cinnamon bark
      • John’s Wort leaf and flower
      • Rose hip
      • Natural and organic flavors
      • Raspberry leaf
      • Lavender flower
      • Stevia leaf
      • Passion flower extract
      • Valerian root extract
      • Licorice root

      5.    Twinings Nightly Calm Herbal Tea

      This tea is perfect for the tea drinker who doesn’t love the taste of chamomile by itself. Offering a tasty blend, the Nightly Calm herbal tea from Twinings is celebrated by tea drinkers for its ability to make you sleepy. The chamomile and mint are well balanced, with a touch of lemon in the background. This tea is a great option for the novice tea drinker, offering a flavor that even the biggest “coffee-over-tea” drinker can appreciate.

      Twinings Nightly Calm

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      From Twinings’ website, Nightly Calm is “A comforting herbal tea expertly blended with chamomile, spearmint and the subtle flavor of lemongrass to deliver a soothing tea with a warm, inviting aroma and smooth, mellow taste.”


      • Chamomile
      • Spearmint
      • Natural spearmint flavor
      • Lemongrass
      • Lemon myrtle
      • Linden
      • Orange leaves
      • Orange blossom
      • Rosebuds
      • Hawthorn berries

      6.    Stash Tea Mellow Moments Herbal Tea

      The Mellow Moments blend from Stash Tea is another blend that includes chamomile. No enhancements or sweeteners are required to make this tea taste great. The mint taste is very mild and smooth, which helps you relax. The flavors come together to create a deliciously unique flavor without being too overwhelming. This tea blend also includes tulsi leaves, so it is said to help with respiratory issues, sinus issues and frequent headaches as well.

      Stash Mellow Moments

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      From Stash Tea’s website, “Relax and unwind with this herbal tea that brings together mints and herbs to create an especially soothing tea. Fragrant tulsi leaves, an ancient plant used extensively in India and in Ayurvedic practice, adds yet another component of comfort to our Mellow Moments herbal tea. Invite calming intentions into your life as you sip this tea. Naturally caffeine-free.”


      • Peppermint
      • Chamomile pellets
      • Spearmint
      • Organic tulsi
      • Lemongrass
      • Natural guava flavor
      • Cinnamon
      • Natural grapefruit flavor

      7.    Tea Tonix BE SLEEPY

      This tea is a great tasting tea that promotes a relaxed feeling and helps relieve anxiety and promote sleep. This tea is known to have pronounced chamomile and lavender flavors, as well as a unique addition with the kava kava. All of the ingredients are organic and many tea drinkers have said that this tea helps them get to sleep about 30 minutes after drinking it, with some drinkers even reporting a deeper level of sleep after drinking it. A big problem for many who have trouble sleeping is the ability to stay asleep, and the BE SLEEPY blend from Tea Tonix is supposed to be great for that.

      Tea Tonix Be Sleepy

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      From Tea Tonix’s description of this tea, “Having trouble unwinding after a busy day? Is falling asleep or staying asleep nearly impossible? We have a tonic for that! Our BE SLEEPY is formulated with effective, potent herbs to help calm the nervous system and encourage a good night's sleep. We use wonderful smelling and tasting herbs such as chamomile and lavender and blend them with super effective herbs such as valerian, passionflower, hops, kava, and vervain. Together, these herbs will help quiet and soothe the brain and nervous system for a better night's sleep.”


      • Chamomile
      • Lavender
      • Kava kava
      • Valerian
      • Passionflower
      • Hops
      • Lemon balm
      • Catnip
      • Violet leaves
      • Vervain

      The most popular herbal ingredients for sleep

      1. Chamomile

      Chamomile is found in most bedtime teas, and has been used for centuries to cure ailments and aid with relaxation.

      Chamomile Tea

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      According to a published journal by Srivastava, Shakar and Gupta in the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health, “Traditionally, chamomile preparations such as tea and essential oil aromatherapy have been used to treat insomnia and to induce sedation (calming effects). Chamomile is widely regarded as a mild tranquillizer and sleep-inducer. Sedative effects may be due to the flavonoid, apigenin that binds to benzodiazepine receptors in the brain. Studies in preclinical models have shown anticonvulsant and CNS depressant effects respectively. Clinical trials are notable for their absence, although ten cardiac patients are reported to have immediately fallen into a deep sleep lasting for 90 minutes after drinking chamomile tea. ”

      Link to journal: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2995283/

      We’re still waiting on more studies to come forward that helps to prove chamomile as a sleep aid, but the feedback and results seen so far are looking pretty promising.

      2. Lavender

      Lavender is highly regarded as having anti-stress properties, which helps with sleep.

      How To Make Lavender Tea

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      Based on a Medical Reference Guide published by the University of Maryland Medical Center, “In folklore, pillows were filled with lavender flowers to help restless people fall asleep. Scientific evidence suggests that aromatherapy with lavender may slow the activity of the nervous system, improve sleep quality, promote relaxation, and lift mood in people suffering from sleep disorders. Studies also suggest that massage with essential oils, particularly lavender, may result in improved sleep quality, more stable mood, better concentration, and reduced anxiety. In one study, people who received massage with lavender felt less anxious and more positive than those who received massage alone. Several small studies suggest that lavender aromatherapy may help reduce agitation in people with dementia. Lavender flowers have also been approved in Germany as a tea for insomnia, restlessness, and nervous stomach irritations.”

      Link to article: http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/lavender

      So there you have it. Lavender, in many forms, is great for relaxation and sleep. When drinking lavender tea before bed, make sure to inhale some of the aromas to get the maximum benefit from it.

      3. Valerian

      Valerian is different than the other herbs and plants because it may take a bit- up to a few weeks- to feel the full effect.

      Valerian Tea

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      Article: https://www.herbalteasonline.com/valerian-tea.php

      Lifted from the University of Maryland Medical Center, “Valerian is a popular alternative to prescription medications for sleep problems because it is considered to be both safe and gentle. Some studies show that it helps people fall asleep faster and feel that they have a better quality of sleep. One of the best designed studies found that valerian was no more effective than placebo for 14 days, but by 28 days valerian greatly improved sleep for those who were taking it. Some researchers now think you may need to take valerian for a few weeks before it begins to work. However, in another study, valerian was more effective than placebo almost immediately. Other studies show that valerian reduces the time it takes to fall asleep and improves the quality of sleep. Unlike many prescription sleeping pills, valerian may have fewer side effects, such as morning drowsiness.”

      The use of valerian for insomnia is still highly debated, but many tea drinkers say that valerian is very effective for helping sleep.

      Final Point of Brew

      Though there are many herbs and plants that help you sleep, we hope this guide is a good reference to help relieve your inability to sleep or relax after a long day. Try pairing your bedtime tea with some light yoga or some meditation to really calm your body down for a good night’s rest. Make sure to clear your mind of anything that is bothering you so your wheels aren’t spinning deep into the night. Some of the best relief comes from the ability to just let some things go.

      The Difference Between Cold Brew Coffee and Iced Coffee

      The Difference Between Cold Brew Coffee and Iced Coffee

      Cold brew coffee is one of the biggest coffee trends these days, with swaths of people lining up to drink the delicious brew. A lot of people are unsure of the difference between cold brew coffee and iced coffee. We’re here to help sort out this whole iced coffee/cold brew situation.

      Iced coffee

      Iced coffee is just regular old hot brewed coffee that is cooled before adding ice to it. Iced coffee is more bitter than cold brew since it was brewed with hot water, and some even say the cooled down coffee weakens the taste.

      Cold brew coffee

      On the contrary, cold brew coffee is brewed without ever getting hot (hence ‘cold brew’). Grounds are mixed with room temperature or cold water and then strained after 12-24 hours of brewing. Many cold brew lovers brew on their countertops or in the refrigerator. The great thing about cold brew coffee is that it can be enjoyed hot or cold after brewing. Simply throw some ice in it for a cold brew iced coffee for those sweltering summer months, or throw it in the microwave for a hot cup of brew. Cold brew is brewed as a concentrate, and thus has 3 times the caffeine as traditional coffee.

      Since cold brew coffee is brewed with cold water instead of hot water, cold brew has more than 50% less acid than hot brewed coffee.

      Cold brew makers to make it a bit easier

      One of the biggest complaints about cold brew is the time and effort it takes to make. We’ve addressed that by bringing some pretty fantastically nifty products to market to make cold brew coffee.

      1. Cold Brew + Travel 20 oz. Glass Bottle with Sleeve

      Cold Brew Coffee - on the go. This Cold Brew Bottle is a 20 oz. borosilicate glass coffee bottle with a stainless steel filter and black neoprene sleeve with carrying handle.

      It has a removable double layer micro-filter built into the base allowing for cold brewing of your favorite coffee, to go.

      BPA Free and dishwasher safe.

      2. Cold Brew + Go 22 oz. Tritan™ Bottle

      Experience the great taste of cold brew coffee on-the-go with the Primula 22 Oz. Cold Brew & Travel bottle. Preparing cold brew coffee is easy- just add coffee grounds, pour cold water slowly over the coffee and then brew in the fridge for 24 hours. Cold brew will stay fresh up to 14 days in your fridge. To add coffee, just unscrew the bottom base, add your coffee to the stainless steel filter and re-attach the base. Bottle, lid and removable micro filter are top rack dishwasher safe. Try adding even more flavor by mixing in cinnamon, coconut or ginger with your coffee grounds before cold brewing, or add citrus zest, mint or lavender after brewing.

      3. Primula Burke Cold Brew Coffee Maker

      For those who drink a lot of coffee or have other people in the home enjoying cold brew, the Burke cold brew maker is the perfect solution. Brew a distinctively smooth and perfectly balanced cup of coffee at home. Brew your perfect cup by placing coffee grounds in the fine mesh brew filter and soaking the grounds in room-temperature or cold water for 24 hours. Simply remove the filter and pour into your glass or over ice. The pitcher, lid and brew filter are top rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

      4. Primula Cold Brew Glass Carafe Brewing System

      This carafe makes cold brewed coffee that can last up to 14 days when stored in the fridge. The carafe is made of borosilicate glass and can withstand extreme temperatures without risk of cracking. The base has a silicone ring around the bottom for a secure grip to your table or side of the fridge door.  Includes 1 stainless steel brew filter, 1 flavor mixer. How to cold brew: 1. Add coffee than water to the filter core. 2. Place cold brew in the refrigerator for 18-24 hours. 3 Serve; add milk/ice to taste. BPA free & dishwasher safe.

      Do you have any tips for cold brew? Any awesome recipes we need to try? Drop a comment to be featured on the Point of Brew!

      7 Coffee Maker Brewing Gadgets to Use While Camping

      Being outdoors in the summer is one of the simple pleasures in life. For some, there is no better way to relax than realigning with nature for a weekend (or week-long) camping trip.

      Just because there’s no electricity doesn’t mean you can’t have good coffee while on your camping adventures. Here are 10 products that will help you do the brew in a primitive environment.

      1. Coffee Brew Buddy

      The Coffee Brew Buddy is perfect for single cup servings, is easy to clean and is perfect for the pour over coffee addict.

      It’s compact, making it easy to bring along for backpackers, and it doesn’t require any additional filters, which means less waste.

      Simply heat your water over the campfire, load the Coffee Brew Buddy up with your favorite ground beans, and pour over into a cup.


      2. Tempo Coffee Press


      The Tempo Coffee Press is the perfect solution if you have a few people in the camping crew that can appreciate a good cup of coffee.

      The plastic cage in this coffee press is perfect for protecting the borosilicate glass while preparing, and the 6 cup capacity can serve more than one cup.

      It’s also easy to clean, just rinse it out and you’re good to go for the next brew.

      Add a tablespoon of coarse ground coffee for every 4 ounce cup, add some hot water, stir it up, wait 4 minutes for brewing, press the plunger down and then voila! Fresh brew in the woods.


      3. Aluminum Espresso Maker


      After a long night of roasting marshmallows and campfire stories, you may need an extra kick of caffeine in the morning. Enter the Aluminum Espresso Maker.

      Espresso makers pack a punch- small in size, but big on caffeine content. It’s compact and durable, making it easy to pack without taking up a lot of room. It also cuts down on tools needed, since the water and coffee go in this nifty little machine and are all brewed using this one item.

      Simply unscrew the top, remove the filter funnel, fill the bottom half of the espresso maker with water, fill the filter funnel with your choice of coffee, screw the espresso maker back together, and heat the espresso maker on a propane stove until coffee bubbles on top.

      Our espresso makers are available in a variety of sizes, so you can choose one that will suit your needs!


      4. Cold Brew + Travel 20 oz. Glass Bottle with Sleeve


      As much as we love camping, sometimes it can be too hot to enjoy a hot cup of brew in the sweltering summer months. Luckily, there’s cold brew for that.

      The Cold Brew + Travel Bottle is the perfect solution for coffee on-the-go and this bottle makes it easy to brew and enjoy all from one sleek container. The neoprene sleeve keeps your cold brew cold, while also protecting the glass from getting damaged.

      Simply unscrew the bottom, put your choice of coffee ¾ of the way full in the stainless steel filter, screw the bottom back on, flip it over, and fill the bottle with cool water. Let the coffee brew for 12-24 hours (so make it the night before) and remove the filter before enjoying. Add creamer (or cream substitute), sugar and ice to taste and enjoy the best iced coffee!



      5. Cold Brew + Go 22 oz. Tritan™ Bottle


      Similar to the glass Cold Brew + Travel bottle, this cold brew bottle makes enjoying cold brew on-the-go a breeze.

      The flip top lid makes it easy to drink from, even while enjoying a morning hike, and the carry loop is perfect for attaching to your backpack. The double locking lid and durable Tritan plastic make it easy to pack and use without getting damaged.

      Simply unscrew the bottom, fill the stainless steel filter ¾ of the way full, return the bottle to its upright position, and fill the bottle with cool water. Let the coffee brew for 12-24 hours, and remove the filter before enjoying.


      6. 9 Cup Aluminum Percolator


      Primula’s 9 cup Percolator delivers piping hot percolated coffee from your campfire. In fact, one benefit of a percolator is the ability to brew coffee from practically any heat source as long as you have a flat surface to place your pot on. This is one reason why many campers and travelers prefer percolators over electric coffee makers or breakable glass presses and pots.

      A coffee percolator works by taking the heated liquid from your coffee grounds and reheating it and running it over the grounds repeatedly. The effect of a percolator repeatedly passing coffee over the grounds delivers a significantly different flavor and strength than traditional French presses or automatic drip makers. Many say it produces smoother tasting coffee. Percolators emit a robust aroma and a distinct gurgling sound while brewing. It is extremely convenient when making coffee you want to stay piping hot for large gatherings. Primula’s percolator is made of durable aluminum and features a matching lid, lipped spout and stay-cool black plastic handle. It holds 36 oz, enough for 9 cups of coffee.


       7. FlavorUp Pitcher Infusion and Cold Brew System


      Have a group of coffee lovers joining you on your camping trip? This may be the solution for you.

      The FlavorUp pitcher is made of durable Tritan plastic, allowing you to use it in an outdoor setting without worrying about breaking.

      The FlavorUp pitcher can brew 2.7 quarts of cold brew deliciousness using the Brew Core, featuring a superfine stainless steel mesh to keep loose tea (yes, we said tea) or coffee grounds inside.

      An added bonus to the FlavorUp is that it also comes with a Flavor Infuser Core, so when you’re not brewing coffee, you can make infused water or tea by adding fresh fruit or herbs to the infuser. We recommend letting the FlavorUp brew for 24 hours if you’re making coffee, based on the amount of cold brew it’s making.


      Final Point of Brew

      So when you’re packing up for a backpacking trip or a primitive weekend with your pals, make sure to bring along one of these camping coffee gadgets to give you a morning kicker after a long night of roasting marshmallows and you’ll be one happy camper.