A very special ceramic coffee mug, made using 3D printing tech to create its clay mold. Yes, $99 is a lot to spend on a coffee cup, but true caffeine addicts should consider it a worthwhile investment. Also available as an espresso cup.
An ingenious lid for hot beverage cups which changes color when the contents are too hot to drink – turning bright red when the drink is hotter than 120°F (48°C). Available in small packs for home use, or large commercial packs.
By combining American hops, Scottish malt and cold-extracted Guatemalan coffee, Surly Brewing Company may have just invented beer that cures its own hangovers. Ok, we made that last part up, but the caffeine certainly couldn’t hurt.
Handmade in Rhode Island from premium coffee, cane sugar and natural flavors, these delicious small-batch syrups are awesome in a glass of milk, poured on ice cream, carrots, or used in cocktails and cooking. Recipes here.
Sometimes caffeine in your morning cup of joe isn’t enough to get you going. But we bet you’ll be wide awake if you crank up your speakers and listen to this recording of sound designer Diego Stocco fixing himself a cup of coffee.
There’s a great debate at the TA offices as to whether one would rather drink Girl Scout cookies everyday with this new Coffeemate product or simply eat them. We place this deliberation in your hands, beloved readers.
Made from course-ground beans soaked in cold water, this coffee concentrate cuts acidity and makes one smooth cup of joe. Made from overseas beans, Secret Squirrel is raising funds for a special batch made from Hawaiian beans.
Barista/drink artist Nowtoo Sugi amps up his intricate latte-foam creations by adding dashes of colored bartender syrups to his creations. Check out some videos of his methodical drink painting process here.
The Portland Press is a french press that fits over a 24 oz. mason jar. All of its parts are backed with a lifetime warranty. The mason jar isn’t covered by the warranty, but obviously you can easily replace that part.
Will someone buy Espresso Veloce’s insanely large coffee machine made of titanium and magnesium, in a limited edition of 500, with oil filter-shaped coffee filters, exhaust brew drip tubes and matching cups? We think so.
Can’t get the day going without a caffeine fix? Take your coffee to the extreme with this giant porcelain coffee mug, capable of holding a ridiculous 160 ounces of joe. Consult your physician before using.