Love the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee or tea? DW Home’s Cup of Joe collection packages those delightful scents in candle form. They come in Caramel Macchiato, Caffe Mocha, Salted Caramel Latte, Chai Latte, and Matcha Green Tea Latte fragrances, each packaged to look like a coffee cup and lid.
This Cognitive Surplus mug celebrates the science of coffee. Science nerds will geek out on its breakdown of the molecules that give coffee its flavor, aroma, and kick. Choose from a 13 oz. borosilicate glass or 11 oz. ceramic mug. Their Social Chemistry collection includes beer, whiskey, tea, wine, and water glasses.
Cask & Kettle transforms your Keurig coffee maker into a bartender, serving up smooth and aromatic hot cocktails as easily as a cup of joe. Each pod contains a mix of tasty ingredients and 1 oz. of spirits like vodka, Irish whiskey, or tequila. Coffee flavors include Irish, Mint Patty, Mexican, and Hot Blonde, along with a Spiked Dry Cider.
This super-compact Keurig machine is perfect for your desktop, brewing up your favorite K-Cup pods in a snap. It makes hot drinks from 6 to 12 oz, and has a storage bin in the back for up to nine pods. For added water capacity and multiple brew strengths, consider the K-Supreme Plus.
Enjoy smooth and satisfying coffee at home or outdoors with Stanley’s rugged metal pour-over coffee maker set. It features a durable and reusable stainless steel filter and an insulated stainless steel coffee mug. Just put your grounds in the basket, and add boiling water for a perfect cup every time.
How It’s Made takes us inside the factory for WEGA, makers of high-end commercial espresso machines. There, industrial machines transform sheets of steel into parts, then skilled workers assemble dozens of components, including a large copper and brass boiler that sits at the center of each machine.
Flavored coffees like hazelnut and vanilla cinnamon are easy to find. But the flavors that Bones Coffee comes up with are far more interesting. Among their unique coffees are ones that taste like S’mores, jelly donuts, mint chocolate chip ice cream, maple bacon and Fruity Pebbles. They also sell a 5-bag sample pack.
Artist Valeriano Fatica is an expert at carving foods. We’ve seen his incredible watermelon carvings before. More recently, he’s been working on a much smaller scale. Watch him turn coffee beans into Nick Fury, Iron Man, Thanos, The Hulk, and Groot in this Marvel-inspired series. You can order his unique works on Etsy.
That’s no moon, it’s a coffee cup! Silver Buffalo’s Star Wars coffee mug looks just like the Death Star – assuming you squished it a bit, cut off its top, and slapped on a handle. The oversize 20 oz. ceramic mug has more vulnerabilities than just its exhaust port though, as it’s not dishwasher- or microwave-safe.
Grab a boost of caffeine any time with Pocket Latte’s ready-to-eat coffee snacks. Each square of their caffeinated chocolate has roughly the same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee. They come in cream and sugar, dark roast, hazelnut, and lavender-vanilla flavors. Sold in packs of 12 or 24. You can grab individual bars at Vat19.
This compact coffee maker makes delicious espresso-based drinks with ease. It can brew coffee and froth milk at the same time, and automatically controls brew time, pressure, and temperature for the perfect cup. It works with both ground coffee and coffee pods for added versatility. Ships starting in January 2021.
Burls Art makes guitars out of unusual materials. Having built instruments out of Himalayan salt and jawbreakers, this time he turned his attention to coffee. He built the body using several pounds of beans from Copper Coffee, bathed in clear epoxy. We love the copper accents in included on the finished guitar.
Most big coffee manufacturers can’t trace their beans to their farmers. Nobletree Coffee takes a farm-to-cup approach by sourcing exclusively from family-owned crops. The result is an award-winning line of 100% Arabica coffees: sustainably farmed, milled, exported, then small-batch roasted in Brooklyn.
Perhaps it’s the ritual, but we find that pour-over coffee just tastes better than automatic drip. This clean and minimal set from Hokeki will look great on your kitchen counter. It comes with a 20 oz heat- and cold-resistant glass pot, a high-fired ceramic dripper that regulates drip time, and a stand for putting it all together.
Coffee connoisseurs and noobs alike will enjoy a subscription from Trade Coffee. After a brief but detailed coffee quiz, the website suggests coffees for you from a curated selection of 400+ small-batch roasters and sends them to you, freshly delivered to your door. Trade is offering new subscribers 30% off their first bag.
This corn whiskey blend introduces natural coffee flavor into the mix. The regular brew is fragrant and nutty, while the dark roast has delicious caramel notes. It’s sweet enough to sip over ice and also tastes great in a cup of unsweetened coffee for a warm-up with a kick any time of day. Find it online at Sip Whiskey or Del Mesa Liquor.
How can you leave your brew standing alone in a world that’s so cold? You need a proper ceramic coffee mug, like this one, inspired by the lyrics of the 1984 Prince hit When Doves Cry, and embellished with a painterly image of the late musician. An exclusive from Ten Ton Titmouse.
With wildfires ravaging the US West, Colorado’s Wild Barn Coffee is donating 100% of their profits on National Coffee Day, 9.29.20, to the GlobalGiving CA Wildfire Relief Fund. Wild Barn’s organic Nitro Cold Brew is spiked with two antioxidant superfoods: goji berries and cacao nibs. Sold in 6- and 12-packs.
Maker W&M walks us through the process of turning a couple of muffin tins into a miniature concrete mixer, complete with a motorized stirrer. Though in this case, its purpose is to smoothly blend instant coffee with water. It probably would make a good hot cocoa too.
Learn everything there is to know about coffee in this 256 page reference guide by champion barista Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood. The book features illustrations and information about numerous types of coffee, terminology, along with details on growing, roasting, brewing, and the finer points of coffee tasting.
Just because you’re out in the wilderness doesn’t mean you can skip your morning caffeine fix. This titanium coffee cup features a double-walled, insulating design, and won’t affect the flavor of your brew. The 5oz. cup includes a matching spoon and saucer.
“They got Pop-Tarts for adults!” Novelty jam band The Cooties has a little fun at the expense of people who spend their days hanging out in coffee shops, from the overpriced exotic beans to the weird alternative milks. Oh, how we long for a crowded coffee shop right now.
Starbucks brings their popular nitro cold brew coffee to grocery and convenience stores. The ready-to-drink 9.6oz. cans infuse the drinks with nitrogen microbubbles as soon you open them, and come in unsweetened black, dark caramel, and vanilla sweet cream flavors.
Retro gaming fans, 1up your caffeine levels with this fun ceramic mug from Paladone. It features a level from the classic Super Mario Bros., and its handle looks just like the controller from the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Now someone needs to make a playable version.
This two-in-one kitchen gadget can make up to 14 oz. of hot coffee in just 30 seconds, or a smooth and delicious cold brew in just 4 minutes. It uses vacuum extraction tech to accelerate the brewing process, while still delivering perfect coffee. Save an extra 10% with code FRANKONESAVE at checkout.
While we’re not sure how often you’ll need to actually photograph coffee, we still appreciate the creative tips offered by COOPH in their latest photo hacks video. On the other hand, many of the ideas could be applied to other kinds of food or product photography.