When it comes to doing basic maintenance on your espresso machine, one of the tasks that can be easy to forget about is cleaning the group head (where the portafilter goes in) of oils and coffee debris. The cleverly designed “Coffeetool” by Pällo makes this much less of a chore. On one end of the ergonomically angled handle is a dosing spoon…
Perfect the art of steaming milk for lattes/cappuccinos/flat whites.
When combined with a mineral water bottle, the PUCKPUCK turns any AeroPress coffee maker into a cold brew drip system.
Lets you measure out your morning coffee dose, then slips over the bag to seal in the freshness.
Keep your counter clean and organized with this hardwood tamp station that doubles as a knockbox, along with two handcrafted stainless steel espresso prep tools.
Cleverly stores around 30 drip coffee filters on your fridge for easy grabbing.
Colorful and whimsical ceramic pots, bowls, and mugs that look like they’re dripping with cartoonish icing.
This surprisingly affordable solid aluminum grinder has 48mm stainless steel burrs that can churn through 30g of beans in a minute or less while producing impressively uniform espresso grounds.
The true entry level grinder for espresso purposes.
The latest iteration of the popular pour-over brewer that celebrates the ritual of slow coffee. (Estimated to ship in May 2020)
A real nifty way to ensure your various types of coffee filters are always on deck, ready to be grabbed and brewed with.
Bring out your inner barista without breaking the bank.
Might just give our beloved Espro Press a run for its money, at least in the looks department.
Designed by travelers, the Pipamoka is an entirely self-contained brewing system for making smooth, clean coffee wherever your journey takes you.
Comes with everything you need to prepare your own cold brew, including the jar and filter basket.
Substantial without being heavy, this minimalist, wide-mouthed mug has a lovely splash of color and is great for drinking homemade lattes with.
A portable silicone brewer that produces no paper filter or pod waste, and collapses because it is the press, and not — as its appearance might suggest — an expanding pour-over cone.