I used to enjoy camp mornings that included a cup of good coffee. I gave up coffee a few years ago when I found that the caffeine was responsible for some unfortunate symptoms in my body. I'm looking at a trip that may include longer mornings in camp, just the kind of time that would make a cup of joe a pleasant distraction. So I'm looking for replacements. I've tried Via instant, and it was execrable. I can't imagine there's an instant decaf that would be satisfactory. I'm willing to try some this winter if you have a suggestion, but I'll be skeptical. Hot chocolate might work OK, or hot chocolate some days if not every day. There are teabags of chicory blend that I'll also try. I'm sure it's not like coffee, but may be acceptable if I think of it as herbal tea. Regular tea makes me vomit. Literally. I can only keep tea down if it follows a largish meal. This is not a fight I want to fight in camp or on a motorcycle. I think the most practical plan is to resupply occasionally with decaf beans (ground). This would involve the whole routine with brewing equipment just like coffee. I was glad to be free of the supplies and equipment for overnight camping, but I think for this longer trip I'll need to pay more attention to making each camp more enjoyable. So if you have a morning alternative to coffee, please suggest it. Thanks. EDIT: Plenty of responses from people who didn't read any of the above. I'm mostly done reading or replying to this thread because of the suggestions for tea or caffeine. You can all share this thread for suggestions without my responses. Water worked fine while camping last month in fairly cool temperatures. That's where a cup of something hot is most attractive and a cup of hot water works.