Coffee Lovers Gift Guide

Coffee is a universally loved beverage and chances are you have a coffee lover in your life if you’re not one yourself. As you likely know, I’m a coffee lover and enjoy a daily couple of cups in the morning as well as an afternoon espresso (which usually takes place on the front porch with my kids).

Of course, everyone loves a gift card to their favorite coffee chain, but if you’re looking to get more personal for the coffee lover on your list, I put together a guide with some helpful suggestions.

Coffee Lovers Gift Guide

You don’t have to spend a ton of money on a fancy espresso machine to enjoy great quality espresso at home. The stovetop Bialetti does an excellent job as long as you’re buying quality coffee.

Does your someone already have an espresso machine? Treat them to a can of top quality Illy espresso, which is sure to put a smile on their face.

If you think your someone would like to enjoy a cappuccino sometime, the Aeroccino is the perfect accessory to warm and foam their milk. For a more budget-friendly option, a frother is the way to go, but there’s definitely room for both types in a kitchen (I make use of both regularly for different things). You can use these for all sorts of things, even without the espresso.

Plenty of people have everyday ones, but it sure is nice to have a pair of fancier espresso cups for a coffee date. We have everyday glass ones, but when Doug and I are enjoying our afternoon pick me up together, we break out our nice set that was a wedding present (until one broke recently. So sad).

A good set of espresso spoons is also a lovely gift on its own or as an add on to something else.

And if the person on your list simply likes to enjoy regular coffee on the go, I can’t recommend the Contigo travel mug highly enough. It keeps coffee hot for hours, is spill proof and comes in a variety of pretty colors.

What else would you add to this list?

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