Has anyone brought one on board? I recently bought one from Brookstones to use when I travel. I know cruise coffee isnt the best, so I figured I would bring my own. I just can't function without good coffee in the morning.
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Well, a couple of years ago we were really into Mudslides. I took blender and mixes. Room steward kept us in ice and nobody said a thing. I would think if you had a small coffee maker and liked a certain brand of coffee you could do the same. It would be a lot less noisy!!!!!
Alice in FL
I take a little immersion heater that fits in a cup - it warms the water and I just add cappucino mix (I get mine from the dollar store and it tastes great!) - it's great in the morning because I can't function until I have that first cup - then I get room service breakfast an hour later. I use it to make green tea in the afternoon as well - my pick-me-up. It works for me - I've used the same one for travelling for about 8 years. TTFN Jennifer
I too require a good cuppa joe first thing in the morning before I greet the world. I have a small french press that has traveled the world with me. but what about the boiling water? are there kettles in the cabins? these threads are all helpful, thanks so much.
Taking my first cruise on Rhapsody of the Sea this March