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Old April 23rd, 2015, 11:48 AM
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Feild / Camping Espresso Kit (Jave Can)

We recently meet an active duty soldier with a great new product that offers espresso any place any time. This kit has was developed over several combat deployments to Afghanistan and other less than comfortable places around the globe.

All the components of the kit sit perfectly in a brand new 5.56 ammo can with a foam insert for quiet and secure transit.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Java Can are donated to The Green Barret Associations to assist wounded soldiers and their families.

Great Idea, Great Product, Great Charity and Great Espresso, doesn't get an better than that.

If you get a chance please like The Java Can's Facebook page and order a Java Can for your own.

https://www.facebook.com/thejavacan/timeline
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 12:59 PM
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Saw this in person...very, very cool. Great cause and coffee to boot!
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thats a really neat kit, good on him!
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All of a sudden my percolator seems very antiquated.
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I have a combat developed philosophy of coffee independence, and this checks the block! Great package!

Of course, this must be compared to Greenbull's newly developed Bigfoot coffee kit.

Go ahead Greenbull, impress everyone! (pretty sure Greenbull will be pulling the trigger on this jave can soon).

Blarson needs 3. one for Tx, one for silo and one that will be JSB's "football" that he carries handcuffed around following Blarson. Does the ammo can have room for a bag of blarson's beloved Starsux linx-turd whole bean coffee?
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I have a combat developed philosophy of coffee independence, and this checks the block! Great package!

Of course, this must be compared to Greenbull's newly developed Bigfoot coffee kit.

Go ahead Greenbull, impress everyone! (pretty sure Greenbull will be pulling the trigger on this jave can soon).

Blarson needs 3. one for Tx, one for silo and one that will be JSB's "football" that he carries handcuffed around following Blarson. Does the ammo can have room for a bag of blarson's beloved Starsux linx-turd whole bean coffee?
Nice...Sez the man that thinks Dunkin is gourmet...I wouldn't feed that stuff to a Beagle!
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Nice...Sez the man that thinks Dunkin is gourmet...I wouldn't feed that stuff to a Beagle!
That's just hateful. I would gladly feed your starsux to a beagle
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It isn't real coffee till you roast your own.

Love this product! Wish I had thought of it. Now I'm trying to think of all the mini kits I could pack into an ammo box.
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