From subscription coffee delivey to grinding your beans and transporting your precious liquid, we have everything you need to stay alert and caffeinated.
Pact coffee subscription
FROM £6.95 A BAG, PACTCOFFEE.COM
Never settle for stale, pre-ground supermarket coffee, which could have been sitting on a shelf or warehouse for weeks or months. A Pact subscription will deliver freshly roasted beans to your door each week.
The 70s Mug Collection
FROM £7, nordicnest.com
The 70’s mug from HKliving does exactly what it says on the tin: it’s a beautiful throwback to the colours and materials of the 1970s. Made from glazed ceramic , the collection is available in different glazes and colours, allowing you to mix and match.
TOPL travel cup
Take your freshly brewed coffee with you in the ingenious Topl cup, which keeps your drink hot and comes with ‘anti-spill’ technology thats seals the cup if it’s dropped. It will also help cut down on paper cups.
A thermos flask for Gen-Z, Ocean Bottle is the stylish, ecologically sound way to transport your morning coffee. Made from stainless steel and recycled plastic, it will keep your coffee hot all day.
This handheld device is a portable espresso machine that will allow you to make a decent brew in the office. Simply add ground coffee and hot water, and use the pump to pressurise the device and pour out a smooth shot of joe.
Niche Zero Grinder
Every coffee nerd knows that the most important piece of kit you own isn’t the espresso machine but the bean grinder. This Kickstarter-funded conical grinder is dial adjusted and promises to produce a consistent grind without retaining any residue that might upset your espresso.
Better known for producing massive, stylish fridges, the Italian boffins at Smeg have knocked it out of the park with this sleek and functional espresso machine. Featuring an in-built grinder and 19 bars of pressure, the BCC02 is more than a pretty face, promising an all-in-one solution to your morning caffeine needs.