The coffee accessory landscape is ruled by one thing: coffee mugs. And while we all have a favorite one in our cupboard, we can definitely express our style and taste through other tools and accessories, which can be beautiful in their own ways.
Whether you might appreciate a handsome carafe or could use some add-ons to your home espresso setup, we found a range of gorgeous — and well-built — tools to make coffee time percolate. All our picks come from Prima Coffee, which sources the best coffee gear from around the world, and we covered everything: From countertop grinders and must-have espresso accessories to immaculately designed essentials, there’s a gift here for every coffee lover.
Hario Buono Kettle ($44.05) This elegant stainless steel kettle is the perfect partner for your Chemex, French press, or other manual coffee maker. Most importantly, the gooseneck design allows you to control both the flow-rate of the water and to precisely pour it over the grounds. Try the Fast Checkout button for flawless pours ASAP.
Orphan Espresso LIDO E-T Hand Grinder ($194) If you have high-quality coffee beans, you need to pair them with a high-quality grinder. This versatile hand-grinder can produce the consistently fine grind needed for espresso, or it can go even finer if Turkish coffee is your (ultra-strong) jam. It also comes with a neoprene travel case, in case you don’t want to settle for the instant coffee your Airbnb host leaves on the counter. Click below to get better grounds instantly.
Hario Thermal Server ($29.95) These smart-looking stainless steel carafes can keep your pour-over coffee hot for up to 90 minutes. It has been designed to accompany the Hario V60 Coffee Dripper ($8.15 – $49.99), which is the go-to manual brewer for some of the most in-the-know coffee pros. Tap the button below and never serve room temp coffee again.
Fellow Ode Brew Grinder ($299) This sleek countertop grinder has 31 adjustable settings, so you’re covered whether you need a finely ground afternoon shot of espresso or a coarse grind for a cold brew on an unseasonably warm day. And with its compact size and striking matte black finish, it’ll look cool on your countertop well after you’ve finished your last cup. Click below to get perfect grounds effortlessly.
Bellman Stovetop Steamer ($109) If you’re ready to start making your own lattes but don’t have the space (or the budget) for your own espresso machine, this stovetop milk steamer is the next best thing. Prima Coffee suggests that this is even good for making milk-based drinks during a camping trip. (If you’re the kind of person who can’t go camping without access to a cappuccino, we completely understand.) Click here to become a latte art pro.
Airscape 64-ounce Coffee Storage Container ($26.49) This slim stainless steel canister keeps your favorite beans fresher, longer by ensuring that they aren’t exposed to oxygen or moisture. It’s not the most exciting addition to your countertop coffee setup, but it’s an essential one that can add to your kitchen’s aesthetic. Click here to protect your beans.
Cafelat Robot Barista Espresso Maker ($499) We love the design of this manual espresso maker, and not just because it looks like something that wandered out of an eccentric inventor’s workshop. It’s a satisfyingly hands-on way to get a shot of espresso — and it’s a worthy complement to both the Orphan Espresso LIDO E-T Hand Grinder and the Bellman Stovetop Steamer. Tap the button below to bring this beauty into your home.
Barista Hustle Precision Milk Pitcher ($29.95) If you’ve ever wanted to start drawing your own latte art, this milk pitcher is the way to go. Plus, you can just drink the rosettes or ferns that look more like blobs and… bigger blobs. Click the button below to buy yours now.
Hottop Home Coffee Roaster ($1,300) If you like your coffee beans to be roasted just so, then it’s worth checking out this machine, which allows you to customize and fine-tune every aspect of the roasting process. Prima Coffee also offers a free Home Roasting class with every purchase, along with a six-pound coffee bean sampler. Click below to learn how to RIY (roast it yourself).
Hario Cupping Spoon ($22.05) and Hario Cupping Bowl ($16.95) To truly appreciate a particular coffee — especially if you’re roasting and grinding your own beans — then you need to try coffee cupping. This exquisitely designed spoon and bowl will allow you to distinguish the taste of coffees from different parts of the world, or to experience the full range of flavors from your favorite coffee shop’s in-house beans. Click below and taste the difference.