Gifts for coffee lovers – from casual sippers to connoisseurs
Celebrate your love for coffee with gifts that range from practical to indulgent
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For those of us who depend on coffee to power us through our days, National Coffee Day is every day, but if you really want to go all out and recognize the coffee lover in your life, well, a gift relating to coffee will pour over smoothly.
While upgrading to one of the best coffee makers seems like an obvious choice, we're also keen to consider the numerous coffee accessories and giftables that will delight anyone with an affinity for sweet, delightful Java. Whether your coffee order is practical or indulgent, the best gifts for coffee lovers can follow suit as well. From products we use ourselves to guilty pleasures we'd love to have for ourselves, there's something for every type of coffee drinker on this list.
Zwilling's first coffee maker features a chic, distinctive design that brews up consistent drip coffee, and has been recognized by the Specialty Coffee Association for meeting its Golden Cup Standard. In our review, our tester noted its simple to use and complimented the blooming feature for its ability to improve the flavor and aroma.
If the best espresso machine is more your speed, turn your attention to the latest introduction from Breville, the Barista Express Impress. It has "Assisted tamping" for pro-level tamping, in addition to beloved features on the original Barista Express like automatic dosing and built-in grinding, Thermocoil Precision Heating System and a micro foam steam wand.
A milk frother, whether handheld or a machine that heats and froths, is a game-changer to any morning coffee routine, and they're remarkably easy to use. Your coffee prep will never be the same.
Get inspired by bar cart ideas to create the coffee station of your dreams. This sturdy mid-century design has plenty of space to house your go-to machine, assortment of syrups and sugars, and of course, coffee mug collection.
Chocolate and coffee, is there any better combination out there? This Bean Box set features four freshly-roasted coffees, four artisan chocolates, and tasting notes for each pairing.
Our kitchen editor recently put the best coffee grinders to the test, and the one that impressed her discerning eye the most: The Fellow Ode Brew Grinder, one of the few home grinders on the market with flat burrs. With a striking appearance, it’s designed to grind single servings at a time, so the hopper is on the small side.
Carry the delicious scent of coffee wherever you go. The Maison Margiela Replica fragrance combines notes of Arabica beans vanilla and musk with a subtle, sweet base of lavender and spearmint to create a rich and energizing scent that is symbolic of the coffee break experience.
Amp up what you know about coffee with a 75-minute virtual tasting class led by coffee experts James McCarthy and Cyrenthia McLennan from Driftaway Coffee where you'll blind taste test five different coffees from around the world, and learn about what goes into getting the perfect brew.
Jaclyn is H&G's eCommerce editor and oversees all things shopping. She's also a bonafide sleep expert, and previously managed all sleep content on Homes & Gardens and Real Homes– in fact, she has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on mattresses. She regularly scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with only the best. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine. When Jaclyn's not working, she loves browsing real estate listings, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo, Reese.
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