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Cowboy Chef Teaches the Secret to Making the Perfect Country Cup o’ Joe

March 21st, 2021

The ‘Cowboy’ chef Kent Rollins is at it again.

He’s teaching over 3 million people how to make the ultimate ‘Cowboy’ coffee and turning coffee culture on its head, taking coffee back to its simple and uncomplicated roots.

It’s the fuel that inspires millions to get up and go every day, getting people through the drudgery of work and providing that much-needed energy boost in the morning.

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Coffee is an acquired taste.

Whether you like your brew bitter or sweet, hot or cold, or if you enjoy a commercial Starbucks one-size-fits-all staple or a bespoke roastery that will brew exotic blends to your taste, Rollins’ traditional brew will outdo them all.
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Morning coffee is a part of the day that millions of people take part in. But not all coffee brews are created equal…

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While you may find yourself navigating through the complicated brews and Indie roasts of the modern western world, Kent Rollins keeps his recipe simple and excludes every unnecessary step to brewing the perfect cup ‘o Joe.

And even decaf drinkers can get in on Rollins’ centuries-old coffee recipe — just use a coffee blend that contains no caffeine.

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Rollins’ viral video begins with an introduction to an antique 5-liter coffee pot, and ‘Bertha,’ his open, fire-powered stove.

Rollins recommends the ‘old-fashioned way of making the perfect brew.

He uses a cast iron coffee jug that’s been used in his family for generations and adds the coffee to some warm water, which is filled to the lip of the coffee pot.
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Then, he adds two-and-a-half cups of his favorite coffee, Folger’s Coffee Roast (but you can just add your favorite coffee to the pot).

He waits for “O’l Bertha” (his fire-powered stove) to bring the coffee to a roiling boil.

“It ain’t gonna go ‘bubble, bubble, perk, perk’, Rollins says about the boiling princess. “It’s gonna boil because when you let that coffee boil. Like I said, you’ve taken away that bitterness, that acid, and everything’s gonna be good in the world now.”

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He lets the coffee boil for three or four minutes before he’s satisfied that he’s gotten all the coffee goodness out of the roast.

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But he has a helpful tip for those who may not have an antique coffee pot at hand.

“Y’all might not be havin’ one of these great big pots in your kitchen, but we have took care of you because it’s a ¼ of a cup to one quart of water and that way you can just make it at home for just you… or you in one of two months,” Rollins explains.

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But a lot of viewers had questions about where Rollins gets these huge coffee pots…

Rollins says that you can find these ‘antique’ coffee pots in antique dealerships and yard sales, but he warns that you should take the pot out into the light and inspect it for pinholes.

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Unfortunately, if there are pinholes in the coffee pot, you’d be better off not purchasing it because it will not withstand the heat of an outdoor flame oven.

To watch the incredibly smooth and delectable results of Rollins’ ‘Cowboy’ coffee, watch the entire video below!

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Source: kentrollins, elkodaily

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