While Doctor Who’s TARDIS is bigger on the inside, this coffee mug is just plain big. This jumbo ceramic mug looks like a TARDIS that’s about to explode; its walls bulging out from the pressure wave. It holds a whopping 64oz of liquid, more than enough for all your travels through time and space.
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.
Designed not just to look cool, but to make the perfect cup of coffee, the Technivorm Moccamaster KBTS is optimized to deliver drip coffee at the perfect temperature (196 to 205ºF), and the perfect timeframe (4 to 8 min). This 8-cup premium brewer is currently on sale on DROP for just $229.
Willow & Everett’s Cold Brew on Tap 2.0 is a 2-liter jar that lets you make, store and serve cold brew coffee. It has a stainless steel conical filter, an adjustable spigot, a handle, and an airtight rust-free lid that keeps cold brew coffee fresh for up to 2 weeks.
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.
The K-Mini Plus is the perfect coffee maker for Keurig K-Cup pod drinkers that don’t intend to consume a lot of coffee at a time. It can dispense 6 to 12oz of coffee in a single brew and can make room for up to 7″ tall mugs. It also has a container that holds up to 9 pods.
The Pico U is PicoBrew’s latest beer brewing machine. But aside from letting you ferment and brew a variety of beer from PicoBrew’s selection, the Pico U also lets you make coffee, tea, dry soda, kombucha and much more, all in a compact package that’s easy to clean.
If you’re going to be ruling the universe, you’re going to want to caffeinate to keep your energy up. Be sure to fill up with this officially-licensed Marvel coffee mug based on the golden Infinity Gauntlet that Thanos dons in Avengers: Infinity War. Available 8/2018.
Portable espresso machines often use pumps or screws to push water through ground coffee. The upcoming Leverpresso uses a simpler lever mechanism that still lets you control your coffee’s taste. It also lets you make up to two shots of espresso in one go.
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. Probably would make a good hot cocoa too.
Assuming these ceramic espresso mugs don’t miss shots the way that stormtroopers do in the Star Wars flicks, we’d love a set for serving up a quick caffeine fix. These officially-licensed 2.7 oz. cups are sold in sets of two, so you can toast a friend, or enjoy a double shot for yourself.
The perfect mug for photophiles and caffeine fiends alike, this travel mug not only looks like a 24-105mm zoom lens, it holds 11 ounces of your favorite drink, and even takes care of stirring it for you, eliminating just one more first world problem. Save 35% in The Awesomer Shop.
To promote their coffee, Finnish roasters Paulig enlisted the help of filmmaker Lucas Zanotto to create what is more than likely the smallest cup of coffee ever brewed, hand-grinding (er, filing) a single bean of their Kenya AA+ Karindum into a tiny filter and doing a thimble-sized pourover.