22 Wedding Gift Ideas for Coffee Lovers
Make your registry wish list buzzworthy. Add a few gadgets and goodies to cater to you and your spouse’s enjoyment of java. Here, some of our favorite items, whether you consider yourselves caffeine connoisseurs or simply savor a perfect morning cup of joe.
The Gift That Keeps on Giving
Love trying out the latest coffee from small-batch roasters? Ask friends and family to sign you up for this monthly subscription plan and you’ll receive four ounces of coffee beans from three different roasters every month. The monthly box also comes with a tasting guide and advice on the best brewing methods for each type.
Craft Coffee Subscription, from $29.99; craftcoffee.com.
To Have and to Hold
With a big handle, this mug is easy to grab onto, making it a dream for mornings on the go or seated across from your beloved at the breakfast table.
Heath Ceramics Large Mug, $35; heathceramics.com.
Out of the Woodwork
Mahogany is often used to make boats, so you know that this set of four coasters handmade from the material can handle any liquid that gathers on them.
Reclaimed Mahogany Coasters, $69; kaufmann-mercantile.com.
What’s on the inside counts, but with this design made in Japan from marbled black ceramic, what’s on the outside will be noteworthy, too.
Marbled Latte Mug, $22; leifshop.com.
In this treat, fresh roasted beans from Stumptown Coffee are chopped up and sprinkled over Mast Brothers dark chocolate for a pairing that is simply delicious.
Mast Brothers Stumptown Coffee Chocolate Bar, $10; deandeluca.com.
If you take your coffee with milk, this creamer will be a welcome addition to your table (and can double as a serving vessel for gravy, sauces, and syrups). Play matchmaker and pair it with the coordinating sugar bowl.
Heath Ceramics Creamer, $36; heathceramics.com.
The Daily Grind
Start off your day your way. With 40 grind settings, this machine enables you to make your beans as coarse or fine as you’d like.
Baratza Virtuoso Coffee Grinder, $229; food52.com.
Take the Plunge
This plunger-style coffee press produces a smooth cup of joe in less than one minute. What’s even better? The device is small enough to fit in your utensil drawer.
Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker, $25.95; crateandbarrel.com.
Hot Off the Press
This gives you the ease of a regular glass French press, with a bonus: The insulated stainless-steel pot keeps coffee warmer for a longer period of time.
Bodum Columbia 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker, $115; amazon.com.
The gooseneck on this kettle isn’t just good-looking—it’s ideal for pour-over brewing methods. The long, thin spout helps maintain control over the stream of water to evenly soak coffee grounds.
Level Kettle Narrow Spout, $45; ablebrewing.com.
Easy Does It
One of the simplest ways to brew a flavorful cup of coffee is also one of the easiest to clean up. Just toss the paper filter of spent grounds and rinse out the glass carafe.
Chemex 6-Cup Coffee Maker, $36.95; williams-sonoma.com.
A Thing of Beauty
Handcrafted in Fort Collins, Colorado, this coffeemaker features a striking trio that includes a Hario V60 glass pour-over filter, an adjustable brass stand, and an American walnut base.
Brass and Walnut Pour Over Coffee Stand, $189; food52.com.
Stirring the Pot
Inspired by Japanese and midcentury design, this ceramic coffeemaker is as sleek as it is functional. Once the brewer is removed, an attractive serving pot remains, making it ideal for those who enjoy entertaining at home.
Kone Brewing System With Filter, $160; ablebrewing.com.
Don’t want to give up counter real estate to a large appliance? This 80-year-old Italian design, which can make up to six cups of espresso, works its magic from your stovetop.
Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Maker, from $21; amazon.com.
Dare to Be Different
This new Krups machine brews a robust and aromatic cup of coffee using an inventive steam extraction method that saturates grounds more thoroughly than other drip machines.
Krups Moka Brew 10-Cup Coffee Maker, $149.90; thekrupsstore.com.
Skip your morning visit to the coffee shop and use it as an excuse to spend more time together. This machine is capable of brewing 11 kinds of coffee drinks and also perfectly steams milk with the touch of a button.
Jura Impressa Z9 One Touch TFT, $3,599; surlatable.com.
Have your coffee on the rocks. This brewer is a simple way to stir up to 20 ounces of velvety smooth cold coffee in about 4 hours (instead of the typical overnight process).
Cold Bruer, $75; bruer.co.
Pack It Up
Take the comforts of home with you. Register for this lightweight kit that includes a flat-pack Snow Peak coffee drip, a portable burr grinder, filters, an old-school enamel mug, and a bag of Stumptown coffee beans.
Stumptown Voyager Travel Coffee Kit, $125; food52.com.
On the Go
Need to take your morning cup on the road? Give your thermos a rustic twist. This travel mug, assembled by hand in Alabama from soft Horween Chromexcel leather, is durable and spill-proof.
Loyal Stricklin Travel Leather Coffee Mug, $29.99; ebay.com.
Drizzle this coffee-flavored syrup over ice cream or add it to a cup of milk (or even to a cocktail!) for a rich, sweet flavor.
Dave’s Coffee All Natural Cold Brewed Coffee Syrup, $10.99; ebay.com.
Wish you could take your morning cup of coffee into the shower with you? Now you can (in a way!). This hand-poured soap is made in Portland with coffee from local roasters. The beans make it smell great, and also act as a mild exfoliator.
Coffee Bar Soap, $9; maaklab.com.