877-796-5558|Info@Weatherbys.com
Canoes at Weatherbys in Grand Lake Stream, Maine
Hunting Grouse and Woodcock in Maine
Wading in the St Croix River in Maine fly fishing for Brook Trout
Releasing a large Landlocked Salmon in Maine
Rockers on the porch at Weatherby's Fisherman's Resort in Maine
Best fly fishing in Maine at Weatherby's in Grand Lake Stream
brittany on point for grouse in Maine
Kids fishing vacation in Maine at Weatherby's
landlock salmon fishing in Maine
Relaxing beside a wood burning stove at Weatherby's in Maine
Fly fishing with a guide in Grand Lake Stream, Maine
Cooking over a campfire a shore lunch at Weatherby's in Maine
Moose swimming in a lake in Maine near Weatherby's
Staff at Weatherby's in Grand Lake Stream, Maine Contact us
smallmouth fishing in Maine
Maine whitetail deer hunting at Weatherby's in Grand Lake Stream
Dragon fly at Weatherby's in Maine
Cute puppy fishing in a canoe in Maine at Weatherby's
Bass fishing in a Grand Lake Stream Canoe in Maine
woodcock in leaves in Maine, best woodcock hunting
Huge lake trout in Maine

Maine Guide Campfire Coffee

//Maine Guide Campfire Coffee
  • Maine guide camp coffee

Maine Guide Campfire Coffee

Maine Guide Coffee

Campfire Coffee with Weatherby’s

It might be the ambiance, but it could be the presence of hand crafted cedar rib and plank Grand Lake Canoes or the spectacular setting on the Maine lake shore.  Some think it is the blackened coffee pot that has seen hundreds of shore dinners, yet others think it is the egg that the Grand Lake Stream Maine Guide adds to the grounds prior to dumping it all into boiling water.  Still others say it is the gin clear water from our lakes and streams.  Personally, I think it is a combination of all these things plus the addition of wood smoke and cool, clean air.

Regardless of the reasons, most think that our guide coffee is some of the best they have ever had.  It is not a double espresso latte macchiato with carmel whipped cream and chocolate drizzle.  It is coffee.  Usually black coffee.  I have seen many variations – every guide has their own secret – from adding a bit of water the grounds before adding to the pot, maybe letting it boil three times before serving, or mixing the egg and shell into the grounds with a hook-a-roon – a handmade wooden implement used to move the coffee pot on and off the fire – rather than a fork.  There is much superstition surrounding our guide coffee,  however one thing is for sure – you cannot reproduce the taste and satisfaction you will experience at home in your kitchen.  It has been tried many times.  Burning your furniture in the bbq grill in your back yard to reproduce this icon of the Grand Lake Stream Guide just doesn’t cut it.

2016-05-22T14:57:51+00:00By |Tags: , , , |

Leave A Comment