The Coffee Lovers Gift List

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  According to a 2013 survey conducted by the National Coffee Association, approximately 83 percent of adults drink coffee in the United States — the world’s biggest consumer of that beverage. That percentage translates into a little more than 200 million coffee drinkers. Plus, about 63 percent of adult Americans drink a cup of coffee every day and nearly a quarter of drink more than one cup. The average is three cups per person. But what is more interesting than the increasing share of Americans that drink the beverage is the fact coffee has become more than just a caffeine-delivery system. “You could say this nation runs on two dark liquids — petroleum and coffee,” Syracuse University popular culture professor Bob Thompson told USA Today. “Thousands of people are lubricated and made mobile by coffee every single day.”

Rok Espresso Maker
  Manual espresso makers are awesome. For starters, they need no electricity to operate, and the vintage inspired makers are absolutely beautiful. A non-electric espresso maker powered by you. It's a manual-pressure coffee maker made with engine-grade metal, fitted with two arms that you raise and then lower to pull a shot of espresso . It also comes with a frother for your lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos.
  Equipped with rubber, slip resistant legs to protect your kitchen countertops, this is a coffee maker that you will want to put on display for the whole world to see.
  About $200 from various retailers, www.kohls.com , www.staples.com , www.wholelattelove.com . Also see www.rokkitchentools.com.

Chemex Glass Coffeemaker

Invented in 1941 by Dr. Peter Schlumbohm, the Chemex Coffeemaker brews coffee without imparting any flavors of its own and the resulting beverage is promised to be strong but without any bitterness. Known as a pristine coffeemaker, Chemex employs all the chemically-correct methods of brewing. The one-piece, hourglass-shaped vessel is crafted from non-porous, borosilicate glass with a polished wood collar serving as a insulated handle around the middle of the coffeemaker. That glass is a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues. It was even included on the Illinois Institute of Technology’s list of the 100 best-designed products of modern times.

To use, water must be heated prior to brewing. After the water comes to a boil, the water should be cooled slightly — for about 30 seconds — and then used to wet the grounds, which must be a regular grind so that the filtration rate is not impeded. Once the water has drained and the grounds allowed to bloom, water should be poured up to 1/4-inch from the top of the class and allowed to brew for up to six or seven minutes, for a 10-cup vessel.
A three-cup model runs $37.50 and a ten-cup vessels sells for $45.50 on www.williams-sonoma.com .

Hot Rod Heated Travel Mug
Not everyone owns a car, every car does not have a cigarette lighter, and certainly there are many Americans who do not commute by car — but if you happen to be driving in a car with a cigarette lighter, you can have hot coffee.
This thermally-insulated travel mug comes with a 12-volt power outlet and a digital temperature gauge on its side. Some people could have a problem with the small amount of coffee the mug holds; its capacity is only 8 ounces.
To some coffee drinkers, the mug — with its retro-inspired design — may be a bit of a novelty item. But the fact remains that Americans throw away 25 billion paper cups, which translates into approximately 363 million pounds of waste, and there are numerous unique, environmentally-friendly cups to replace their paper counterparts. Some are even as simple as the “cuppow,” a 100 percent recyclable and BPA-free lid that turns a canning jar into a travel mug.
The pour-over method allows coffee aficionados a greater degree of control on the finished beverage. With this method, the brewer can control the rate of extraction by how fast or how slow the water is poured as well as the temperature of the water. It also brings the focus back to the coffee being made instead of the technology used to make it.
On Amazon, list price of the travel mug is $19.70.

Peet's Coffee Chest
Yum! Coffee, chocolate, biscotti, cookies and more – this gift basket is chockfull of tasty goodies he’s going to enjoy … and want to share. Relish a lazy Sunday morning together by sleeping in, then lounge around in your pajamas, drinking delicious Peet’s Coffee, and snacking on the premium coffee treats. Use the map-themed chest as inspiration to plan the destination of your next getaway!
Measures 12" x 8" x 5
Arrives decorated with a hand-tied satin ribbon
Items are presented in a beautiful map-themed chest.
The price is $64.95 at GiftTree.

Iced Coffee Maker
Iced coffee has taken criticism. For many people, the problem is that most cafes simply put leftover coffee in the refrigerator to use as iced coffee. However, as cold brewing has become more widespread, coffee no longer has to be the beverage that started life out hot. The science behind cold brewing is simple — any ingredient that is water soluble can dissolve and therefore infuse the water with its flavor. If coffee grounds are placed in water for 21 hours, the result is coffee. Of course, heat speeds up the process, but cold-brewing makes a far tastier beverage that is less acidic.
 Bodum Bean Ice French Press runs $37.00 on Amazon.

Death Wish Coffee
There are a ton of great coffees out there that are worth your while, and we could easily make a list on just those, but there’s one thing that really stood out with these beans. Death Wish boasts the title of the world’s strongest coffee with 2x the amount of caffeine as your standard cup of joe. The beans are carefully selected and roasted to perfection in order to provide a bold, smooth and strong cup of coffee.


CapsuleKong
This is a great choice for anyone out there that owns a Nespresso coffee maker. Designed to look just like the classic Donkey Kong game, this thing will add some nice flair to your kitchen, while at the same time providing storage for up to 50 coffee pods. CapsuleKong is a wall mounted display for Nespresso® Pods, inspired by the Arcade classic Donkey Kong. Through countless design revisions and prototypes we finally achieved the perfect spacing and angles to enable the Pods to elegantly roll down the levels from top to bottom.
The design references the original game level and features beautiful scale cut-outs of the game characters, right down to a flaming barrel of Coffee that functions as the Capsule exit...
Kong is produced in gorgeous Anodised Aluminium and stocks exactly 50 Capsules - including the double-barrel shot slot to keep two favourites on hand for quick access anytime.
The price is $170.00 on hologramer.com.

Handpresso Auto Expresso Maker
The team at Handpresso make some pretty solid mobile coffee devices, and this one is a fan favorite. While it doesn’t make a huge cup of joe, its 16-bar pressure is created using nothing more than a 12v cigarette lighter, and is capable of heating up a cup of coffee in just 2 minutes. Price is $162.93 at Amazon.

Sugar Cube Skulls
Whether you’re indulging in some hallucinatory green absinthe, preparing for some epic trick or treating or just having a Halloween cuppa, these Sugar Cube Skulls help the medicine go down. 
Perfect for themed parties or special occasions, these haunting, hand-moulded sugary skulls are a great way to indulge your spooky sweet-tooth. 
Unless you’re sweet enough already. Sure you could just throw any old sugar cube in your coffee, but that wouldn’t be awesome. Made from 100% cane sugar, each pack includes 9 sugar cube skulls.

I hope I could give you ideas! ;)

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