How to Make The Best Coffee On The Open Fire


If you want to make the best coffee and want to do it on an open fire, do not put any water in the pot. 

Put this pot of needed coffee with some sugar on the open fire. 

Make sure that the pot is placed at a distance from the fire so that it does not catch fire. 

Allow it to simmer without stirring for about 20 minutes or until all of the flavor has been absorbed by the grounds. 

Do not stir it with anything, just let it sit there for about 20 minutes. 

After 20 minutes, remove it from the fire. 

Allow it to cool and then, if it is necessary, add some water so that you can drink your coffee before it turns cold.

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