Awesome Best Coffee Accessories You Can Gift Someone


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Awesome 45 Best Gifts You Can Give Coffee Lovers: From exclusive coffees and famous monthly subscriptions to brewing equipment, novelty items, and pre-assembled gift sets; our ultimate list of coffee lovers’ gift ideas is sure to have something for everyone in your life. Here are 45 cool gift ideas for coffee which will encourage your gift-giving. The list has been broken down into six parts: subscriptions, exclusive coffee beans, coffee supplies, coffee products, quirky coffee gifts, and gift sets. We’ll start by subscribing to coffee:

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Top 45 Best Gifts for Coffee Lovers To Gift Some (Best Coffee Accessories):

1. Atlas Coffee Club Subscription:

If the likes of USA Today and Food & Wine have endorsed a coffee service, you know they’ve got something nice going. Atlas Coffee Club: Case in case. Coming to you from the state of Lone Star, this Austin-based roaster delivers monthly a selection of hand-picked, freshly ground, single-origin coffees at your door. It’s all about presentation, with Atlas. From the elite coffee beans carousel to the tasteful touch of getting a postcard included in each package, Atlas Coffee Club offers you more than just coffee – they take you on an adventure! Through shipment comes complete with the history of the single-origin coffee found within, along with tasting notes and tips for brewing.

2. Angels Cup ‘Black Box Subscription:

The subscription to the Angels black box cup is for adventurous coffee drinkers who think they know it all. Simply pick 1 of 4 choices and send out plain-looking black coffee bags, marked by a number only. No hype or fancy branding. You can look up the origin and roast after you’ve tried the brew. Because of the special experience that comes with each subscription, this is a perfect gift idea.

3. Good Morning Coffee Gift Box:

No coffee it is just not breakfast. And Bean Box has a unique and elevated view of the concept: pair-specific, high-end morning treats from some of Seattle and Portland’s best roasters with special, high-end coffees.

4. Death Wish Coffee:

 

Death Wish is a coffee company that offers some of the planet’s most caffeine-packed java. And we’re not all overemphasizing here for emphasis. While your typical black coffee cup delivers 100-200 mg of caffeine smart, but not too heavy, a cuppa brewed with Death Wish beans translates into a ludicrous 600 + mg of the stuff!

5. Jamaica Blue Mountain Beans:

 

JBM beans are both renowned for their superior quality and incredibly rare condition. These beans have a beautiful profile that includes aromatic notes that people love very much.

6. Black Ivory Coffee:

If you’re looking for a gift that will bring shock and awe (be it a birthday, holiday, or any ordinary day gift), you may want to consider having some Black Ivory Coffee. Which is it, then? Ok, Elephant Poop Coffee is another name to it. Elephant Poop Coffee beans actually went on a “pre-brewing” journey through the intestinal tract of an elephant before being lovingly washed, roasted, and packed into bags. Fans of the pricey, exclusive beans claim it creates a delicate cup of coffee without bitterness, although the flavors themselves include malt, chocolate, cherry, floral, tobacco, leather, and even a hint of grass.

7. Volcanica Low Acid Coffee Blend:

 

Though special and unusual beans can be fun to shop for, it is often just the gift of the right kind of well-grown beans that satisfies and smiles the drinker. Precisely because of this, these beans are in our top four. If you have a friend, family member, or coworker who loves their java but wrests with bouts of heartburn from the higher acid content typically present in coffee, coffee brewed with Volcanica’s Low Acid Coffee Blend can be the perfect remedy to help keep their eyes open, their tummy content and their minds at ease.

8. Breville BES870XL Espresso Machine:

 

There are many great espresso coffee makers out there, but one of them stands out in particular from the pack: the BES870XL Breville Barista Express. This machine is well-built for home use and is solid, so you know it will last. It also gives the brewer a tremendous amount of power (which translates into a more realistic experience). It’s impressively well-priced (well below other high-end machines’ price), making the Breville an easy candidate out there for the best espresso coffee maker gift.

9. La Pavoni Europiccola:

If you have a highly accomplished coffee connoisseur on your shopping list, getting them a manual espresso-making machine as a gift is a stunning way to help them take their skills to the next level. And if you’re looking for a good one, then the Europiccola La Pavoni is where you want to start. While on a well-made manual espresso-making machine you can easily drop a crap-load of cash, the Pavoni is that perfect blend of quality, affordability, and ease of use, much like the Breville mentioned above.

10. Nomad Coffee Maker:

 

If you’re shopping for the espresso lover in your life, the UniTerra Nomad Espresso Machine is another, more compact option. This fancy gadget is a new twist to the classic manual lever machine which simplifies the process and provides a steady flow of well-brewed espresso wherever you go. It’s lightweight, compact, and doesn’t need batteries or electricity. It is the ideal gift for the nomadic coffee traveler. Here are more ideas for coffee lovers traveling. This is a good replacement for the clunky old espresso machine that takes up half of your kitchen.

11. Wacaco Minipresso:

This cool equipment is both a coffee maker and at the same time a fun novelty gift on our wish list. The Minipresso Wacaco is totally portable! It brews a good shot and can be conveniently packed in a tiny pocket of your luggage to be pulled out in victory when faced with the nasty “coffee in a jar” hotel. The small size, along with the factor “all you need are hot water and ground beans” make this a nifty gift of novelty that can (literally) be kept in the back pocket of a coffee lover.

12. Bodum Chambord French Press Coffee Maker:

 

There is something charmingly old-world and old-school about a French press and it’s captured with beauty and simplicity by the Bodum Chambord. The heatproof borosilicate glass carafe nestled in a polished stainless-steel frame seems to have been ordered by Ernest Hemingway or Edith Piaf at a little cafe on the left bank.

13. AeroPress:

 

What kind of a gift is an Aeropress? This is the ideal combination of a coffee maker and an espresso machine, producing the tasty java in less than a minute. The best way to get an AeroPress is to look for something like this AeroPress Coffee Maker kit (especially as a gift). Particularly if you opt for the complete kit with AeroPress Filters and even a tote bag, you can rest assured you’ll give the whole package to your giftee.

14. Chemex Coffee Maker:

 

The Chemex Coffee Maker has to be the most popular Brawer of the modern coffee movement. The elegant, glass-blown design in the chemistry lab makes it a joy to look at even when it’s just sitting on your table. Add the fact that it also makes some of the best coffee out there quickly into the “gaze in awe” dimension.

15. NISPIRA Belgian Luxury Siphon Coffee Maker:

 

This sleek machine is designed to lift the eyebrows and ensure the experience is remembered by everyone who drinks coffee made by one of these. This tool is sure to add the spark of pizazz to every coffee lover’s collection from its lavish gold & chrome-colored body to its wooden base and heat resistant glass.

16. OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker:

 

If you’ve got a friend who’s been itching to try cold brew coffee, or who’s tired of brewing it in a Mason jar, the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker is the perfect gift. OXO makes some of the company’s most popular coffee brewing equipment and their Cold Brew Coffee Maker is no exception. The four-cup carafe brews plenty of concentrate for 14 cups of cold brew coffee. And it’s small enough to fit on a crowded kitchen counter and excellent at only getting enough in a couple of days for one person to get around.

17. Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle:

 

This stunning coffee thermos is designed to house your drinks for a lifetime. That comes with a lifetime warranty, seriously. It’s made of stainless steel so you know it can beat and leak-proof so you can pack it away anywhere you like without thinking about spills. The quality of the container itself also means that your freshly brewed coffee stays hot and that your cold brew or iced coffee stays cold for more than 24 hours. Then, top of all that, the lid serves as a cup of coffee. No wonder we voted it on this guide as our favorite thermos.

18. OE LIDO 3 Manual Coffee Grinder:

The tool (it’s not an electronic grinder) features a conical burr package of 48 mm Swiss-made, steel. The whole thing is made incredibly well, using high-quality components from top to bottom, and also comes with an anti-static cleaning brush and a travel bag so you can hold it alongside you. Inconsistent grounds for coffee-a thing of the past.

19. Chorreador Costa Rican Coffee Sock & Stand:

 

If you are searching for a gift for an environmentally and socially aware coffee-loving mate, you may want to find the Costa Rican Coffee Sock & Stand chorreador. This clever device combines convenience and consideration wonderfully. Next, you got the filter on the boot. First of all, we are huge fans of these, as they brew some darn delicious coffee. However, they also avoid overuse of paper filters which helps both the environment and your pocketbook.

20. Behmor Coffee Roaster:

You heard us, this nifty little roaster – which sits at no greater than a small microwave on your countertop prettily – allows anyone to roast their own green coffee beans at home. This is our favorite coffee roaster!

21. Contigo Autoseal West Loop Insulated Travel Mug:

The Contigo Autoseal is leak-proof, spill-proof, and heat-proof, a perfect gift for your coffee-loving commuter mate. This cup can keep your coffee warm or cold for quite a long time! Its double-wall stainless steel insulated construction promises to keep drinks hot for 5 hours or cold for 12 hours. The auto seal lid is leakproof from any angle, meaning you can pop the Contigo into your briefcase, travel pack, or gym bag, and do not worry that your files or workout gear will get dusted with coffee.

22. Coffee Gator Pour Over Kettle:

With all the emphasis on coffee beans, grinders, and brewers, skimping on the basics, like boiling water, is sometimes simple. Nonetheless, issues like boiling temperature and pouring power will take a cuppa from good to great, as any good coffee drinker knows.

23. Fred COOL BEANS Coffee Ice Tray:

Is your friend like iced coffee? Instead of using regular ice cubes to cool that iced coffee, pre-freeze some coffee ahead of time into ice cubes (or, more accurately, “coffee cubes”) This means the drink is not watered down, because they melt. However, if you switch between those and the need for normal ice cubes, the only problem with producing coffee cubes is that you have to deal with cleaning trays so that the flavor does not carry over.

24. Coffee Cup Luggage Holder:

Instead of keeping the cuppa in one hand while dragging your luggage with another, why not kill two birds with one stone? Clip this small gadget between the handles of your luggage and slip your drink in there. The system is built to be self-leveling so that you can position the luggage however you want and your coffee will always be upright.

25. Clippable Coffee Scoop:

 

A scoop might sound like a good idea for your coffee grounds. So why not get one that can serve another reason and step it up a notch? Next, remember the tabs on those dratted coffee bags. Sure, the first few times they help seal the container, but gradually they start failing and the container fails to close properly. This clip is the perfect solution for ensuring that your coffee stays closed and is not exposed to more air than is needed.

26. Hario V60 Drip Scale And Timer:

One of the little details about coffee brewing that often goes unnoticed is weighing the number of beans and water you are using. Sure, you can just “eyeball it” and scoop it into your manual or electric grinder until you think it feels right, but as any experienced barista tells you, consistency is KEY.

27. Chemex Creamer And Sugar Bowl Set:

Does anyone know of a Chemex coffee maker? I love it, do I And here’s the ideal accessory: cream and sugar set on the coffee maker in the classic Chemex shape, with a lid made from the same wood as the trim. Now your friend and their friends, with a package that bears the same classic design as this model, can help themselves to cream and sugar.

28. The Espro Espresso Tamper:

Owners of espresso machines know just how necessary it is to tamp the grinds before pulling a shot. It is critical for proper pre-infusion and also to avoid channeling when the water passes through the coffee grounds. The coolest (and most hygienic) way, like the Espro, is through a calibrated tamper. It includes a spring that offers the correct 30 pounds of resistance and when you have reached that setting, the handle makes a click. After pushing the Espro into their portafilter, your giftee will know that the puck will be properly tamped – part of the formula for a flawless pull.

29. Coffee Gator Container:

 

The value of using the freshest beans for the finest coffee can’t be overemphasized. Yet how do you keep them fresh and roaster? For its great features, the Coffee Gator is our choice for Best Coffee Canister, starting with a one-way valve to let CO2 escape while your coffee beans degas.

30. PowerLix Milk Frother:

 

So you have a friend who enjoys cappuccinos or lattes and you want to give them the chance to make cappuccinos private. But you can’t afford a super-automatic espresso top-of-the-line unit with a steaming wand in milk. The Milk Frother PowerLix Pro Handheld is here to save your holiday.

31. The Bialetti Espresso Cup And Saucer Set:

The Italians are naming him “l’omino coi baffi,” the little guy with the mustache. He is a parody of Alfonso Bialetti, 1933 founder of the famous Moka pot, whose face has adorned the pot from 1953 onwards. The Moka pot itself – like the Chemex – is on show in New York’s Museum of Modern Art, as well as London’s Design Museum.

32. Arte Italica Cup And Saucer Set:

 

If you’re shopping for someone with an impeccable palate, here’s the cappuccino cup-and-saucer package that will match their table perfectly. Arte Italica is specialized in tableware, place settings and home decoration all manufactured in Italy.

33. Demitasse Spoons:

The demitasse spoon, particularly when entertaining, is an important but underrated part of serving coffee. A soup spoon is much too heavy, as is even a dessert spoon, even for a cappuccino. You just need something to fit in the cup for the smaller cups served with espresso drinks-but with style.

34. Silver Coffee Bean Necklace:

 

While many “themed” pieces of jewelry can be a little gaudy, sometimes all you need is a small yet tasteful piece to send the message you care about those you love. And you well know they love their coffee. This necklace of coffee beans is the best way to say “I love you and I will brew coffee for you until the day I die.”

35. The Morning Mug:

 

If you want your coffee cold or hot is getting to pick the mug one of the best things about drinking coffee. And a well-chosen coffee cup can be as perfect a gift as the java that fills them, as varied as they can be. There are countless cup styles on the market, of course (many, many of which we love), but there’s one that’s the best hands-down: the Morning Mug.

36. The World Atlas Of Coffee:

 

If there is one thing that coffee aficionados want to be, it is well-informed. And then we chat annoyingly. Each coffee lover worth his salt would have plenty to tell about their cup of coffee, from the best kind of bean to the right brewer and burr grinder. So why not send them more than they want? No, here we are not talking about the coffee itself; we are talking about the knowledge of coffee!

37. Coffee Mug Warmer:

Small and simple, this holiday gift holds the perfect temperature to keep your friend’s cuppa nice and warm without scalding your mouth or having to constantly microwave the crap out of it.

38. Lagoon ID5 Coffee Table:

Whether you’re a lover of stylish furniture the ultimate experience is the Lagoon ID5 Coffee Table. The tables are one of a kind made to order from natural stone in the Caribbean, which can take a few months to build.

39. “Coffee Therapy” Gift Set:

 

This Thoughtfully collection of “Coffee Therapy” gift is not just a cool coffee mug or a bean bag. It is all put together. The collection comes with Colombian coffee, a ceramic cup, and even some pretty cool alphabet and symbol magnets so you can leave behind coffee-inspired messages as you exit the kitchen, fresh-brewed coffee in hand.

40. Turkish Coffee Set For Two:

 

Do you know any Turkish coffee fanatics who are coffee fans? If so, you may want to consider having this Turkish Coffee Package handmade from the Turkish Coffee World. This package comes with everything you need to brew up a few cups of world-famous Turkish coffee.

41. Jacked-Up Nitro Cold Brew Keg Kit:

This fun little machine helps someone to carry the taste of the nitro cold brew right into their own kitchen. Here’s our nitro cold brew guide – make sure you give it to your buddy so they’d know what to do.

42. Coffee Survivor Kit:

Includes a Porlex hand grinder, an Esbit portable mocha bowl, two Klean Kanteen camp mugs and a coffee bean tube. This package comes in a stylish case of canvas that is appropriately durable for any catastrophic event you can find.

43. Camp Brewing Kit:

Would you have a friend who isn’t quite hardcore enough for the Survivor Kit but who loves the allure of a nice cup of coffee in the great outdoors? The Camp Coffee Package at La Colombe includes the AeroPress (one of our favorite camping brewers), two separate camp mugs for hot and cold drinks, a Porlex hand grinder, and a La Colombe coffee 2.5-oz tube.

44. The Dorm Kit:

This gift package includes everything you need to make great coffee: a French Bodum Chambord press, a Bonavita electric kettle, a French press Phocea coffee ground package (and named for the ancients who settled the Rhone Valley in the sixth century BC), and a La Colombe logo T-shirt so everyone knows where to get great coffee for all-night stays. There’s also a 16-oz insulated Hydroflask flask for keeping coffee hot for up to 6 hours – ideal for early morning final exams.

45. A History of the World in 6 Glasses:

 

 

We may have the perfect gift for your caffeinated mate, who’s also a book worm or history buff. With some super cool history told through coffee tales of a few other beverages, this is both fun and unique reading.

Conclusion: Best Coffee Accessories

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