Beyond that, I'm a coffee snob. Have been for years. I've hand picked beens in South America, toured coffee plantations in Venezuala and visited a few different coffee roasters in multiple countries. I love good coffee. The idea of brewing a cup or two, and keeping it sealed in a thermos on my bike doesn't appeal to me the same as a cup of brewed espresso does. Even if I'm only out for a short little afternoon ride, the trouble of brewing a fresh shot, is so worth it to me.
During my search, I ended up finding a quite famous little espresso maker. The Bialetti Mocka Press. It came highly recommended by a few folks at the store and thought for 30 bucks, it was worth a try. I went back to our condo in Fernie and made a few pots to test it out. Now, this is about the only way I make coffee at all anymore. Even at home.
If you're looking to have some great coffee while out camping, and even at home for that matter, I highly recommend the Bialetti. They are available in sizes from two cup all the way up to 12. Light, tough, packable and makes excellent java.
I also have a crumby video of me brewing a cup with my camp stove in my garage here.