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Decor Aid Holiday Gift Guide: Coffee Fanatics

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With the winter holidays right around the corner, we’re carefully putting together lists of gifts for every person in your life. And if your intended recipient happens to be a big coffee drinker, then we’ve got a few ideas for you. Skip out on the “World’s Greatest Dad” mug and follow our gift guide for coffee fanatics. 

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La Colombe Draft Latte

la colombe draft latte

La Colombe is one of our favorite coffee roasters, and so we jumped at the chance to try their draft latte invention. The drink has the texture of a milk-shake, with all the flavor you would expect from this world-class coffee roaster.

The Draft Latte 4-pack is available through La Colombe, and retails for $12.

Chemex Coffeemaker

chemex coffeemaker

If you have the unfortunate task of shopping for a coffee purist, you can’t go wrong with a Chemex Coffeemaker. The pour-over method is a bit more time consuming, but the final product is infinitely better than your average office coffee.

A Chemex Coffeemaker can be purchased through Chemex, and retails for $44.

Rok Manual Espresso Maker

rok manual espresso maker

If your coffee drinker prefers things done the old fashioned way, consider getting them the Rok Espresso Maker. It’s a hand-press that requires no electricity, which gives the user more control than a standard electric espresso machine.

The Rok Manual Espresso Maker is available through Amazon and retails for $165.

Blue Bottle Coffee Subscription

blue bottle coffee subscription

No matter how fancy your coffee maker is, the final product is only as good as the beans you start with. For consistently good coffee beans on demand, consider getting your coffee fanatic a subscription to Blue Bottle Coffee.

Subscriptions can be purchased through Blue Bottle, and start at $24.

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Hario Cold Process Pour-Over Immersion Brewer

hario cold process pour-over immersion brewer

If your dedicated coffee fanatic is lucky enough to be living in a warmer climate, then consider getting them a cold brewer. Instead of pouring hot coffee over ice, or going to a coffee shop, a cold brewer allows you to make delicious iced coffee at home. We personally like this sleek immersion brewer from Hario.

The Hario Cold Process Pour-Over Immersion Brewer can be purchased from Williams-Sonoma and retails for $25.

Wacaco MiniPresso

wacaco minipresso

Some of us prefer to enjoy a cup of coffee curled up with a book at home. And then there are the coffee drinkers who are constantly on the go. If your coffee fanatic falls into the latter category, consider getting them a MiniPresso. It’s a portable maker that churns out high-quality espresso, wherever you need it to.

The MiniPresso can be purchased through Amazon, and retails for $60.

The Corkcicle Canteen

corkcicle canteen

And if you need to take that homemade cup of coffee to go, consider getting the Corkcicle Canteen. With a triple-insulated stainless steel exterior, the Corkcicle Canteen will keep your coffee hot for up to twelve hours.

The Corkcicle Canteen can be purchased through Corkcicle, and retails from $20.

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