A few years back I had a coffee mug that had a strainer basket attached to the lid that you could put coffee grounds in. On the outside, there was a lever that you could flip down, and it'd drop the strainer basket into the hot water. Pretty simple concept, but it was ingenious. However, I'm having trouble finding one on the internet. Does anyone have any idea what it is or what it's called? It's not a french press.
I'm stationed on the USS George H. W. Bush, and the coffee they make is God Awful. So, I want to get another one of these contraptions and bring my own bag of coffee with me while I'm out to sea.
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