Coffee lovers come in all shapes and sizes. Suggesting a perfect gift for one of them without knowing anything about the person is a futile task. One thing we do know is that they enjoy their cup of joe as soon as they open their eyes so picking a gift that has something to do with the coffee can never go wrong. We try to account for different tastes even here, so we made a selection of 9 gifts for coffee lovers, ranging from sampler boxes to brewing equipment and interesting gadgets.
1. Bourbon-Infused Coffee Beans
Those freezing and miserable winter mornings are all too familiar sight for those of us who have a misfortune to live in colder climates.
Sometimes, not even a cup of quality coffee isn’t enough of a temptation to leave your beautiful, warm bed. It is as if something more potent is needed for such occasions and we finally have a solution, Bourbon-infused Coffee Beans.
The name is rather self-explanatory. It is a blend of 100% Arabica beans and Kentucky’s pride. If that doesn’t kick-start your morning, you might as well give up and call in a mental health day.
2. Coffee + Chocolate Tasting Box
A lot of people enjoy paring their coffee with a bite or two of Chocolate. If the person you are buying a present for is one of them, Coffee + Chocolate is just the thing the doctor ordered.
Coffee + Chocolate Tasting Box is a gift box for coffee lovers containing four gourmet whole bean coffees and four artisan chocolates. Also, you will get a handy booklet with tasting notes for each pairing. Freshly roasted Coffees are handpicked from various Seattle roasters.
Chocolates are also Seattle-made, blending two of the most significant artisan treats the city has to offer. Each box comes with a personal note, and the shipping is free in the United States.
3. Death Wish Coffee
Relax, it’s not as sinister as it may seem at first glance. Death Wish Whole Bean Coffee advertises as the world’s strongest coffee. You would be hard-pressed to find a coffee aficionado that would refuse to at least try it. Of course, not everyone will like it, since the coffee contains double the amount of caffeine as average coffee. Still, everyone occasionally has one of those mornings when it seems impossible to get out of the bed, and Death Wish Coffee will provide that much-needed kick-start.
Death Wish Coffee is certified both organic and fair trade and is Kosher to boot. You can couple it with a branded ceramic mug with a skull and crossed bones for a complete experience. Looking for Death Wish Coffee pods? We have you covered! Check out these pods we found.
4. Pykal Stainless Steel Double Walled Vacuum Insulated Carafe
Are you looking for a gift for coffee lovers who are also a student? They will be grateful for this vast 68-ounce Pykal Stainless Steel Double Walled Vacuum Insulated Carafe come mid-terms and all-nighter study sessions. The manufacturer claims that this carafe will hold the temperature of your coffee for 24 hours, regardless if it is cold or hot. Not only you will be giving an excellent gift, but you will also be doing your part in improving the American education system. Well, at least you will be doing more than Betsy DeVos.
5. Ninja Hot & Cold Brew System
Ninja Hot & Cold Brew System is one of the most versatile home coffee and tea makers on the market. Makes your brew in six sizes, ranging from a single cup to a full-carafe for traveling. It comes with two separate baskets for coffee and tea to keep the flavors separated. It can recognize which basket you are using, displaying only appropriate options.
Ninja can make both fancy brews, with the help from its built-in milk frother or a simple dripped coffee. It can brew both loose or bagged tea and also has a handy Cold Brew option. If you know your friend doesn’t have a nice coffee maker, this is a perfect gift for them.
6. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing by James Hoffman
Combining a love for coffee and books is a common trait, and we all have friends who enjoy both. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing is a perfect gift for them. Written by James Hoffman, a World Barista Champion, the book explores various coffee facts, and it has been described as the definitive guide for the world of coffee.
It is filled with maps and photos, representing different coffee-growing regions around the globe and types of coffee they grow. You do run a risk of your friend regurgitating facts from the book next time you meet, like a real coffee snob, but that is a small price to pay.
7. Coffee Gator Airtight Storage Container
Every coffee lover needs secure storage for their coffee beans. As they buy more and more coffee, various brands start piling up in their cupboards, and there are never enough containers to store coffee properly. Instead, they put them in non-airtight containers or even worse, in opened original bags.
Coffee Gator Airtight Storage Container will help them keep their coffee fresh also if they forgot about it and left for weeks in the back of a cupboard.
8. Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Grinder
Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Grinder boasts a perfect ratio of price and performance. It is ideal for all aspiring coffee aficionados looking for their first grinder. Solid steel conical burrs will ensure precise grinding regardless of the settings, and there are plenty of those to choose from. Starting with very fine Turkish grind to a coarse French press, Capresso Infinity caters to everyone’s taste.
It comes with a sizeable 8.8-ounce container, making it possible to grind a whole batch of coffee at once for larger parties, or just a small amount for your morning brew. The cleaning is easy, and it looks very stylish, making it a welcome addition to kitchen countertops.
9. Atlas Coffee Club
Atlas Coffee Club is one of those simple, yet brilliant ideas that leave you scratching your head, wondering why no one thought of it earlier.
Once you buy a subscription, your loved one will receive a box each month. It contains a bag of freshly roasted coffee, a country of origin postcard, and a card with brewing tips and flavor notes.
Next month it will be a different coffee from another country and so on for as long as your subscription lasts. You can choose three, six, or twelve-month subscriptions. US Today described Atlas Coffee Club as “a perfect gift for a coffee lover.”
You may or may not agree with them, but there is no denying that it is an excellent way of getting to know coffee from various countries and learn a thing or two in the process. The best thing about Atlas Coffee Club is that they have coffees from over 50 countries, so you may spend years exploring them.
There you have it, folks. Hopefully, you will be able to choose an item or three from our list of gifts for coffee lovers and make someone’s day that much better.
What other gifts for coffee lovers do you recommend? Leave a comment below to let us know! Be sure to also check out “Ultimate Home Brew Set Up” to see what other things are included in a coffee lover’s home set up for more ideas on gifts for the future.
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