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.
Need a burst of energy but don’t have a cup of joe handy? Two Go Cubes not only give you the power-up of a cup of coffee, they taste like a coffee, mocha, or latte too. Additional nutrients help smooth out the caffeine jolt, improve alertness, focus, memory, and reaction time.
Make fresh coffee on the go with Hey Joe’s self-brewing coffee mug. Just fill with water, insert a coffee pod, and push the button for hot coffee anywhere. This bundle comes with the mug and a 30-day supply of Hey Joe house blend coffee. Save 43% in The Awesomer Shop.
Do you love the smooth and sweet flavor of cold brew coffee? Grab this 2-in-1 pour over cold brew tumbler from Dripo. Simply add grounds and a filter, add ice and pour in cold in, and 2 hours later you’ve got the perfect iced coffee, ready to drink on the go.
Give yourself a boost of energy with a shot of espresso, any time and any place. Steamm’s hand-pulled 2oz. shots come from organic beans, have a touch of raw cacao, and are slightly sweetened with organic stevia or cane sugar. They’re super delicious with milk too.
Packets of small batch-roasted coffee beans. The packet doubles as a filter; all you need is a mug and some hot water to enjoy fresh coffee on the go. Libra uses part of its proceeds to donate water filters to indigent communities in Guatemala, where it gets its beans.
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.
It’s amazing all the cool things you can do with a simple X/Y motorized rig. Here, Rochester Institute of Technology’s Ted Kinsman shows how to create images using different sized droplets of colored liquid, like coffee, ink, or red wine, which then soak into the paper.