This dreamy machine is “endgame espresso setup” material if we’ve ever seen it.
You want thicc (with extra c’s) espresso crema? These are the beans you’re looking for.
Coffee Gear Guide
Start every morning (and keep fueling into the afternoon) with this delightful coffee ritual/artform.
The first jet-engineered stovetop espresso maker.
Features a steel based topped by a beautifully crafted curved wooden handle.
A capable and nice-looking scale (with an auto-timer) for your brewing station.
This Australian studio takes the best espresso machines and components in the world, and refines, replaces, and enhances them in a way that makes them exceptional.
Incredibly fresh beans from a Brooklyn-based roastery that’s been producing this espresso blend since 1972.
Admire your beautifully pulled espresso shots without scorching your fingers.
A worthy successor to the original moka pot, sold by the grandson of its inventor.
Crafted from thick double-walled ceramic with a stunning copper base, these little cups are each the perfect size for sipping double-shots of espresso.
Removes coffee oils and grind particles in standalone coffee grinders without having to disassemble anything.
Makes your espresso-making routine a far less messy affair.
Don’t mess with a classic.
Heavy-duty enough for coffee shop usage, so it’s more than sturdy enough for your home espresso setup.
Though it’s designed more for weighing jewelry, this highly accurate little scale works wonders for dosing espresso shots and single pour-over coffees.
A small funnel + plunger combo that replaces the Baratza Sette espresso grinder’s stock hopper for single dosing purposes.
Adds hands-free espresso grinding to the Baratza Sette 30, as well as more clearance for higher grind doses across the entire Sette line.
These colorful cups are every bit as stylish and sophisticated as the espresso + milk drinks you prepare in them.