Its unparalleled design has landed it in both the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian. The Chemex really is a work of art—and the go-to pour-over brewer for serious coffee drinkers.
The most convenient, durable, and perfectly insulating mug you can buy. Just be sure your coffee is the temp you want it before you pour it in this mug. Your brew isn’t going to lose any heat once this bad boy has it in its belly.
Love cappuccino or macchiato? If you want to enjoy them at home, you’ll need a milk frother. This insulated electric model makes delicious frothed milk—and keeps it warm for hours.
Just a handful of coffee makers are certified for brew quality by the Specialty Coffee Association of America. This is one of them, and it indeed brews a superior cup of joe.
If you want coffee shop-quality espresso at home, you need to spend some coin. This Breville machine delivers, and for a lot less than commercial-grade espresso makers.
Great coffee requires precision. This scale from Bonavita will ensure your grounds-to-water ratios are always spot-on.
A major upgrade to your old glass-and-metal Bodum press, this sharp olive wood model will look great on your kitchen table or countertop, even when you’re not using it.
Coffee aficionados know the more hands-on you can get, the more satisfying your morning brew. This adjustable hand-crank grinder is the perfect partner to the olive wood French press you just read about.
If your weekday mornings are too busy for hand-grinding beans, this Capresso grinder is the perfect blend of function, speed, and affordability. Conical burr grinders crush your beans as opposed to slicing them, which ensures a tastier brew.
The ultimate in-home coffee maker. From espresso and cappuccino to less-concentrated varieties of joe, you’ll never have to stand in line at Starbucks again.
For the eco-minded, its pod-less operation is also a plus.
If you’ve never had Japanese iced coffee, you don’t know what you’re missing. This eye-catching conversation piece brews acid-free iced coffee that will put to shame the stale, aroma-less cold brews your local coffee shop is hocking.