1. Gather your supplies: You'll need coarsely ground Sonoran Bean coffee, water, a pot (preferably a stainless steel or enamel coffee pot), a heat source (such as a campfire or stove), a heat-resistant mug or cup, and a long-handled spoon.

2. Measure the water: For every cup of water, use approximately 2 tablespoons of coarsely ground coffee. Adjust the measurements according to your taste preferences and the desired strength of the brew.

3. Fill the pot with water: Pour the desired amount of water into the coffee pot. It's essential to factor in some water loss due to evaporation during the brewing process.

4. Add coffee grounds: Sprinkle the measured coffee grounds directly into the pot of water. Avoid stirring at this stage.

5. Heat the pot: Place the pot on the heat source (campfire or stove) and bring the water to a rolling boil. Allow the coffee to boil for a couple of minutes, ensuring the coffee grounds are fully immersed in the water.

6. Settle the grounds: After boiling, carefully move the pot away from the direct heat source and let it sit for a few minutes. This allows the coffee grounds to settle to the bottom of the pot.

7. Decant or settle: There are two methods to separate the coffee grounds from the liquid:

- Decanting: Slowly pour the coffee into a separate container, such as a mug or cup, while trying to leave the grounds at the bottom of the pot. This method requires a steady hand to prevent too many grounds from pouring out.

- Settling: Gently tap the side of the pot or lightly stir the surface of the liquid to encourage the grounds to settle at the bottom. Carefully pour the coffee, trying to avoid disturbing the settled grounds.

8. Serve and enjoy: Pour the freshly brewed cowboy coffee into your favorite mug or cup. Take in the rich aroma and savor the robust flavors of this rustic brew. You may choose to drink it as is or add sugar, Minor Figures oat milk, or other flavorings according to your preference.

Remember, cowboy coffee is known for its simplicity, so don't expect a filtered or finely crafted cup of coffee. It's a humble method that celebrates the essence of coffee brewing in its most basic form.

But even it’s most basic form, it is a ritual for the sales team here at the Bean.