Gifts for a Coffee Lover

While beer is most definitely our go to at the end of a long work day, it’s coffee that helps us get moving during the early morning hours. Admittedly, we’re huge caffeine addicts, and as we get older, we only seem to fall more in love with the stuff we swear we’d “hate for life” as kids. Whether your prefer it black or with more sugar than should be allotted in a daily diet, there’s a good chance you’re a fan of coffee – or at least know someone that is.


As coffee lovers, we know that there are few better gifts for the holidays than one that encourages and promotes our addiction. That’s why we’ve explored every segment of the web to compile the ultimate coffee lover’s gift guide. Millions of people consume this stuff on a daily basis. With breakfast, lunch, prepping for an all-nighter, or just a random snack because you love the taste that much. It’s for you guys that we present 21 great gifts for the coffee enthusiast.

Crafted from a basic aluminum foil, this ingenious device lets you easily transform your favorite mason jar into an ultra portable pour over coffee maker. Simply place the ground coffee into a filter within the funnel, pour boiling water into the funnel, and before you know, you have a mason jar full of piping hot coffee to enjoy. [Purchase]


Constructed from durable stainless steel, this vacuum insulated body features a large storage capacity that will keep your brew hot for up 6 hours. It’s fully leak proof, dishwasher safe, and features a push button lid that can be operated with one hand. [Check out here]


There are a ton of great coffees out there that are worth your while, and we could easily make a list on just those, but there’s one thing that really stood out with these beans. Death Wish boasts the title of the world’s strongest coffee with 2x the amount of caffeine as your standard cup of joe. [Check out here]


Extremely light and durable, this is a great choice for enjoying coffee during a camping trip, or on the go in general. Create pressure using the built-in pump, insert ground coffee, add hot water, and voila, you’re in business.

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