Chris loves a good cortado, but has no clue how to make it. He's also known to fancy macchiatos and flat whites, but couldn't tell you what they consist of to save his life. Are you like Chris? If so, then this mug from Museum of Modern Art designer Josh Corn is just for you. The Multi-ccino includes surface-ethched instructions on the proper combos and mixtures of seven different coffee based drinks. Made from borosilicate glass, able to hold 16 ounces of caffeinated goodness and featuring a heat resistant composite, this is the perfect mug to take your espresso game to the next level.
Verve x Dripkit Single-Serve Pourover Coffee
Verve Coffee Roasters is collaborating with Dripkit to bring you a ready-to-brew, single serve pour over that yields a delicious cup of coffee whenever you need. The kits contain 15 grams of fresh roasted coffee in a small, packable sleeve that you can take anywhere. Simply add hot water and in a few minute your coffee will be ready. Their site tags: No prep. No clean up. Just really, really good coffee. We have to agree.
Peak Water - Coffee Filtration System
One of the main reasons that coffee house drips taste so much better than the ones you make at home is the water. While not often talked about, using quality water for your coffee can make a bigger difference than fancy grinders, pour over systems or exotic beans. It makes sense if you think about it: the average cup of coffee is 99% water and 1% plant matter. The Peak Water filtration jug was just launched on Kickstarter and aims to bring coffee house caliber water to your home. The Peak jug uses a maze-like filtration path that forces water through filters while removing unwanted trace chemicals and achieving a balanced pH level. In addition to that, the design is sleek and minimal and would look great on any countertop.