Most of my trips in the foreseeable future will be shorter trips and in such cases an alcohol stove is a better option than a gas stove such as the Jetboil. The Jetboil remains my personal choice for quick water boiling as well as efficiency over trips longer than about 5 days.
A while ago I was watching Flatcat Gear video and was very impressed by the Bobcat Mini. I purchased one and was impressed by the quality and how the 600 ml evernew pot sat well on the windshield and combined with the press stud closure it was easily rolled up and stored in a compact cylinder inside the pot. Furthermore the press stud closure also enabled a 900 ml evernew pot to use the same windshield.
I was soon experimenting with dry baking using Esbit as well as boiling water using a range of alcohol burners.
However, for simple water boiling, you cannot beat the Traildesigns Sidewinder, shown below partnered with the Evernew 600 ml pot. Nowadays I use the Speedster 20 ml burner with this cone, using a full burner ( about 14 gm of alcohol) I can boil 450 ml of water with a small amount of fuel left over.
When packed everything, including lighter, burner and cone along with a small fuel bottle packs into the pot, providing a compact and lightweight kit for an overnighter.
And below, fuel bottle inside the pot with plenty of space for other items
My luxury item is the 450ml Snowpeak double insulated mug, which can be used for any hot beverage and you do not burn your lips when drinking from it, here partnered with a RutaLocura Carbon Fibre lid. Another benefit of a titanium mug is the coffee does not taste like tomato soup …
So which set up will I carry, well it depends. However, my preference is the Sidewinder and Speedster burner for it low weight (circa. 130 gm) and small pack size.