Coffee Related Must Haves!

This list is my ultimate guide to all things coffee. If you are not a coffee drinker, this is the perfect gift guide for the coffee lover in your life!

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The first of multiple coffee-related gifts on this list, but if you want a full coffee-related list, see our Coffee Must Haves! This Nespresso machine is available with a 0 interest payment plan, making it easier to splurge on Mom!
There’s nothing better than a fresh cup of coffee, so be sure to keep your grounds fresh in a coffee canister with a good seal.
These glass mugs are simple and sleek, and can aesthetically fit into any kitchen or coffee bar.
This milk steamer/frother is necessary to get that perfect latte at home.
If you feel like you are always picking up your coffee and “it’s already cold”, you need this insulated coffee mug. Plus, it has a lid which helps if you’re in the car, a kiddo grabs it, or you’re walking with it (super full) through the office.
KitchenAid® Blade Coffee Grinder
Your mom already has an awesome coffee pot, but you need a coffee-related gift to go with the beans you already bought for her? Update her grinder so that she can enjoy the best cup of coffee.
If you’re going to invest in a keurig, this one should be it. It has a milk frother built in, saving counter space and being more cohesive than separate units.
Be sure to get reusable k cup pods if you’re concerned about the environmental impact of a Keurig. This means minimal waste, as coffee grounds can be composted!
This cold brew iced coffee maker is easy to use, and is by far the best bang for your buck. If you’re used to paying $3+ per iced coffee, your savings will be huge.
There is nothing that I hate more than watered down iced coffee. I keep these whiskey stones in my freezer and use them in my cold beverages that I do not want to get watered down. Iced coffee, cocktails, even wine!
It can be hard to find an espresso machine for under $100. This one is well under, and has a milk frother as well. An affogato is a shot of espresso over a scoop of ice cream (I prefer vanilla), and if you’ve never had one, you need to get an espresso machine and try it ASAP.
I have had these cappuccino mugs for a few years now and they are still in perfect condition! The metal part can detach, ensuring a thorough clean. If you make espresso at home, these smaller glasses are a must. They are cute to use as cocktail glasses as well!
This is coffee system has a few more features than a standard pot without breaking the bank. It comes with a reusable mesh coffee filter, can make coffee concentrate for lattes, cappuccinos, or iced coffee, and it has a fold-away milk frother! There is also the option to upgrade to a metal carafe to keep the coffee hot longer.
I can never have enough cute travel mugs. This also makes the perfect add-on to a coffee lovers present.
I mean… duh. This coffee decor speaks the truth.
Maybe you need a French press because you almost never have coffee, but need a device to make a small amount every so often, like when you have guests over. Maybe you are a coffee snob and you need everything coffee related in order to make your perfect cup.
Sozo, my hometown coffee roaster. Rodney owns Sozo and roasts all of their beans, they even supply a few other local coffee shops. He has a relationship with all of his suppliers, and ensures that they are getting paid fairly (more so than even Fair Trade would). They also have an online coffee subscription service… not sponsored, they’re just the best and need to be bragged about.
Another compact method of coffee brewing, the pour over. I keep one of these in our camping gear to ensure I’m staying properly caffeinated.

What are your coffee must-haves? Let me know in the comments below!

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