Rising with the sun at your campsite, you want nothing more than a hot beverage to warm you up and melt away the dew. If you brought Camp Chef's Aluminum Hot Water Pot along to the site, you and all your camping party could be enjoying a steaming cup of tea, hot chocolate, or instant coffee in no time. Place it over any heat source for five gallons of hot water, enough to serve 80 people a warm drink of their own. With that much capacity, you could post it up in the backyard for parties, bring it to the tailgate on those nippy days, or just about anywhere else away from your stove. This multi-use pot's handy spigot prevents possible burning or mess while also lending itself to cleaning dishes or washing hands during meal times.
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