15 Gifts for Coffee Lovers and Addicts

 Last Updated August 21, 2020

We all have that one friend or significant other that is a full fledged coffee addict. Their kitchen is decked out with contraptions that seem to belong in a science lab, or they can’t get through their day without at least one, two or three coffees.

So what better present to give them then a unique coffee gift. Below I’ve outlined 15 of the best gifts for coffee lovers….and for the coffee addict, too. But there’s nothing stopping you from spoiling yourself along the way.

gifts for coffee lovers

[thrive_headline_focus title=”1.Bruer Cold Drip Coffee Maker” orientation=”center”]

The Bruer is kickstarter backed cold drip coffee maker. What’s cold drip you say? It’s a method of making coffee by dipping cold water onto a coffee chamber over 4-6 hours. The end result is a non-acidic and slightly sweetish coffee extract that can be drank as it is or preserved to make delicious hot coffee quickly (purchase here).

book gift ideas for coffee lovers

[thrive_headline_focus title=”2. The World Atlas of Coffee” orientation=”center”]

Someone you know loves coffee. I’m willing to bet they’ll love a coffee table book about coffee. The World Atlas of Coffee is a journey through the world’s most vibrant coffee regions that also includes great brewing tutorials (purchase here).

death wish coffee gift idea

[thrive_headline_focus title=”3. Death Wish Coffee” orientation=”center”]

For those who complain about weak coffee this gift will at long last settle their strong coffee cravings. Death Wish Coffee is a blend of coffee beans that boasts to be the “the world’s strongest coffee.” Get your favourite coffee addict to put the claim to the test (purchase here).

coffee gift ideas

[thrive_headline_focus title=”4.Rok Presso Manual Espresso Maker” orientation=”center”]

Know an espresso lover without an espresso machine? The Rok Presso is a manual espresso machine that doesn’t need any electricity to function. It is an all stainless steel construction and comes equipped with a bonus milk frother so you can enjoy cappuccinos, too (purchase here).

Keep Cup Gifts for Coffee Lovers

[thrive_headline_focus title=”5. KeepCup Reusable Coffee Cup” orientation=”center”]

What’s better than a take-away coffee? Sustainable coffee on the go. The Keepcup is one of the first eco-friendly and customizable portable coffee cups. Not only does it look great but also make one’s takeaway taste even better as you’re not discarding paper cups every day. This coffee gift is recommended for the consciousness latte drinker (purchase here).

skull sugar spoon

[thrive_headline_focus title=”6. Sugar Skull Spoon” orientation=”center”]

It’s a skull shaped sugar spoon. What’s there more to say? It’s totally barista bad ass (purchase here).

aeropress coffee maker

[thrive_headline_focus title=”7. Aeropress Coffee Maker” orientation=”center”]

The Aeropress is a must have for any coffee lover’s arsenal. It’s known for making low acidic and smooth coffee, this is achieved by introducing gentle air pressure through a coffee filter to make a great full immersion brew. A perfect gift idea for coffee lovers (purchase here).

teflon black milk jug

[thrive_headline_focus title=”8. Black Teflon Milk Jug” orientation=”center”]

Coffee making can be a messy business, so one of the annoying things as a barista is keeping your equipment clean. A teflon milk jug makes the cleaning process much easier as it resists milk sticking to the walls of the jug. Oh, and the black is just oh so sheek (purchase here).

jiva coffee cubes

[thrive_headline_focus title=”9. Jiva Coffee Cubes” orientation=”center”]

Just add hot water and you’re set to go! Jive Cubes are a great coffee gift idea for those who need a quick but tasty coffee solution.  On top of that they’re gluten free, vegan, gmo free, and have no perservatives or artificial additives (purchase here).

syphon coffee and siphon vacuum maker

[thrive_headline_focus title=”10. Syphon Coffee Maker” orientation=”center”]

Syphon coffee looks like something straight out of a science lab. Basically it is. It uses vacuum pressure to brew coffee by heating up the water in the bottom chamber to submerge the coffee in the top. The result is a visually impressive and tasty black coffee (purchase here).

coffee scale

[thrive_headline_focus title=”11. Hario Coffee Scale” orientation=”center”]

The key trait in making good coffee is consistency. Being able to reproduce your results each and every time. A coffee scale is perfect for this as it allows you to measure coffee weight and water volume to ensure you consistent results. A perfect coffee gift idea for those who strive for caffeinated perfection (purchase here).

stojo smash cup

[thrive_headline_focus title=”12. Stojo Smash Cup” orientation=”center”]

One annoyance of reusable coffee cups is that they can be bulky and take up too much space in your bag. The Stojo Smash Cup solves this problem by being able to “smash” itself into a fraction of its size (purchase here).

goku mug heat coffee gift idea

[thrive_headline_focus title=”13. Goku Novelty Mug” orientation=”center”]

For those who are Dragon Ball Z  fans this mug is the one of the best gifts for coffee lovers. Help Goku go kaioken by adding hot coffee in the mug. (purchase here).

best gifts for coffee lovers latte pen

[thrive_headline_focus title=”14. Latte Art Pen” orientation=”center”]

Remember how difficult it can be to etch latte art using a tooth pick or a thermometer? Problem solved. The latte art pen is the ideal tool for the latte artist with a knack for etch designs. On one end of the stainless steel pen is a scoop and on the other is a etching point (purchase here).


[thrive_headline_focus title=”15. Joulies” orientation=”center”]

Joulies aim to solve the Goldilocks problem. They ensure that your coffee is not too hot and not too cold but juuuusssst right. It does this by lowering the heat of your hot coffee to the optimal 140F (60C) and then storing the residual heat in the Joulies to keep your coffee at 140 degrees for the duration of your drink (purchase here).

About The Author 

Ivan Bez

Ivan is the founder of Latte Art Guide and a barista with 10 years of experience. He loves coffee and aims to help people improve their coffee making skills.

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