Ideal for coffee purists, SmartConcrete’s wonderfully deconstructed coffee maker is made from copper tube with a concrete base. Insert the glass funnel, add your filter, and start slowly pouring. A cork base keeps glassware from sliding. Handmade in Germany.
A simple but effective chiller that cools freshly brewed coffee by over 130ºF in as fast as 1 minute. The Hyperchiller has two cups that you fill with water. When the Hyperchiller is frozen, the 12.5oz middle chamber is sandwiched between and cooled by the ice in the cups.
A delightfully smooth and light coffee that helps you get your day started right – packing B vitamins, potassium and other nutrients you might otherwise skip. Available in light, medium and dark roasts, and three delicious flavors.
An app-controlled coffee roaster that’s as easy to use as a kettle. Ikawa lets you roast up to 60g/1.2oz. of green coffee beans at a time. It has predetermined settings, but you can also tweak them and share your recipes with others.
Not only is Turkish coffee some of the most potent caffeinated drinks you can get, the way that this particular variant is made looks like some sort of a magic trick, as the liquid gold rises from the bottom of the metal cup each time it boils.
Wacaco’s Minipresso is a compact, portable and hand-powered espresso machine. Its scoop and cup are integrated in the machine. It makes 2.35oz. of coffee by default, but Wacaco will also release an optional 4.6oz. water tank.
Lighten up your coffee with this clever glass creamer which looks like one of those restaurant coffee pots. And before you complain that the orange top means “decaf”, just remember that half-and-half has no caffeine either.