Gift Guide 2019 - Equipment





Welcome to the last instalment in this years Gift Guides and it's a super exciting one!


Coffee Equipment 


It's no lie that there is coffee equipment coming out of everyone's ears, there is so much to choose from now, and it can be confusing for a non coffee addict looking to get a gift for their coffee loving friend - or if you're just starting in the coffee industry and want to dip your toes into the home brewing side of things. 

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V60 
A classic start for home brewing equipment

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V60 Papers
I always find myself asking for V60 papers for Christmas because I somehow always forget to buy them before I run out! 

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Stainless Steel Pour Over V60 Cone

A great alternative if you're wanting to reduce the amount of single use items you use.



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Aeropress
Another classic piece of equipment for home brewing.

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Aeropress Papers
and again, the perfect gift. You easily forget to buy them yourself! 




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Reusable Aeropress Filter
Another perfect product to reduce single use waste.


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French Press
Brewed right, you can get a gorgeous coffee out of a french press (I recommend James Hoffmans video on YouTube for brewing techniques!)




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Mokka Pot / Stove Top 
Another one that if it's brewed correctly can produce some amazing coffee (and I've obviously chosen this gorgeous yellow one for the photo and link!)




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Baletti Espress
One thats been on my wishlist for years, it's a gorgeous piece of equipment




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Clever Dripper 
One for the people wanting to dabble in more immersion brews.




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Clever Dripper Papers




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Hario Hand Grinder 
The perfect hand grinder for if you're starting out in coffee and want to experiment. 




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Wilfa Grinder 
More of an upgrade from the classic hand grinder, the Wilfa is a great piece of kit.




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Wilfa Svart Classic Coffee Maker
Looking to upgrade from your typical batch brewer? This is the perfect alternative.


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Niche Zero Grinder
A big upgrade for grinders, the Niche grinders are precise, and a gorgeous piece of kit (but quite pricey, so only buy it for people you REALLY LOVE)




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Goose Neck Kettle 
A basic gooseneck kettle will help you gain more control over the flow of water in your home brews.




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Hario Temperature Controlled Kettle
Upgrade your goose neck kettle with a temperature control one (ooh, snazzy)





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Cupping Spoon
If you're dabbling into tasting more coffee, it's always essential to have a cupping spoon (bonus points if it's a snazzy one)




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Cupping Bowls 
Again upgrade from mismatched cups with a set of matching cupping bowls (so aesthetically pleasing)




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Chemex 
A chemex is just such an aesthetically pleasing piece of brewing equipment


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Tamper
An essential piece of kit for someone with a home machine.




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Hario Scales
Also ESSENTIAL!! 





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Acaia Scales
Probably some of the best and precise scales out there.


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Sage Machine 
A great machine that wont break the bank.




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Moccamaster
 Much like the Wilfa brewer, a big upgrade to the batch brewer.


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La Marzocco Linea Mini
Now listen, I know nobody loves someone that much to just outright buy a linea mini, however La Marzocco have introduced monthly payments (a very dangerous game as I almost ordered one for myself) to make it easier and not break the bank (so much)




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Ember Mug
As James Hoffman explains "this is a gift for the person who has everything" The ember mug is perfect for the person who forgets they've made a drink, but still wants it at the perfect temperature. 


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Fellow Prismo - AeroPress Coffee Maker Attachment
An easy attachment for easy espresso making with the Aeropress

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PuckPuck Cold Brew Dripper for AeroPress

Another great attachment for the Aeropress.



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Coffee Alarm Clock - Automatic Timer Coffee Machine

Ok, this is something that is actually on my list. It's ridiculously expensive (around £350!!) but an alarm clock that automatically starts making your coffee. WHATS NOT TO WANT?



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Aeropress Go

A newbie from the Aeropress team, a small travel sized aeropress, and it comes with a handy cup too! 


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Aergrind 

This is actually going to be my next investment. It's a hand grinder that .. wait for it.. FITS INSIDE OF AN AEROPRESS ... phoar. 



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The most beautiful cupping spoon ever
We're ending with an extra looking cupping spoon, because who doesn't want the most beautiful  cupping spoon? And it'll make everyone else jealous when you go to cupping events.



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