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    Just 42 Products For The Person Who Lives For Their Morning (Plus Afternoon And Night) Coffee Or Tea

    Obvious and out-of-the-box options for those who already own a million mugs. ☕️

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A hand-blown Chemex coffeemaker from which you can brew the baddest cup of coffee your kitchen ever did see. This way, you won't have to change out of your slippies and venture outside to secure your morning caffeine fix.

    Someone pouring water in the glass coffee maker which has a wooden cuff

    Promising review: "I was uncertain about Chemex at first, but the product received consistently glowing reviews so I had to try it. This coffee maker brews the most delicious coffee I've ever tasted in my life. I fully taste the flavor of my beans and it's smooth whether I have my coffee iced or hot! Definitely recommend and will never use another coffee maker!" —Courtney

    Get it from Amazon for $108.58.

    2. A burr coffee grinder with 40 different grind settings which, if you ask my coffee snob boyfriend, are ESSENTIAL for getting the perfect at-home cup. Espresso, cold brew, French press... you can do it all with this guy.

    Chelsea Stuart / BuzzFeed,

    I bought this for my BF a year or two ago and honestly, I think I'm the third wheel now. He uses it every morning and it's like a religious experience. He weighs his beans, pours them in, grinds, and still oohs and awws over his coffee. He is the literal human embodiment of those T-shirts that say "Don't talk to me before I've had my morning coffee!" so I don't take his review lightly.

    Promising review: "This coffee grinder cost about twice what my old one cost but it is money well spent. It is reasonably quiet, produces a uniform grind, and the ground coffee empties easily out of the container. My old one produced a powder that got on my hands and the counter, and I had to wash it out of the container. Don't waste your money on a cheap grinder." —Don Bishop

    Get it from Amazon for $139 (available in two colors).

    3. A pair of dinosaur looseleaf tea infusers that look a whole lot like Nessie when submerged in your mug.,

    The silicone infusers come with two pieces. Simply fill the bottom with loose leaf, reattach the top, and let it get to work. While they work with just about anything, the manufacturer does note medium and large leaf teas see the best results.

    Promising review: "These are darling! I have one at home and one at work and they both work well. Ultra fine leaves/pieces make it through, but that’s true for most infusers unless they’re ultra fine mesh. One (humorous) design flaw... it does look a bit like Nessie is relieving herself when you take her out of your cup. Haha" —M.D.

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $14.95.

    4. A set of five coffee syrups so you can whip up coffeehouse-worthy drinks right at home. The whole pack costs less than two grande caramel macchiatos so you'll save a pretty penny, too.

    the set of five coffee syrups
    Monin / Via

    What's included: 1.7-ounce bottles of caramel, amaretto, toasted hazelnut, Irish cream, and vanilla.

    Promising review: "I close my eyes and grab a different one each morning and they're all great. I use about half of what they call a serving and it gives a nice, subtle flavor. And it comes with recipes which I'll try this weekend." —anonymous

    Get it from World Market for $9.99 or Amazon for $13.49.

    5. A coffee poster that not only serves as decor, but doubles as an instructional guide to most coffees imaginable. So next time your MIL asks for a café con leche or ristretto, you can use this as a cheat sheet.

    the guide to coffee poster which has recipes and illustrations for 25 drinks
    Everlong Print Co. / Etsy

    Each entry features a short lil' recipe so a quick glance can replace a Google search.

    Everlong Print Co. is a UK-based Etsy shop that sells a whole bunch of prints so check them out if you're also interested in cocktails, plants, or personalized signposts.

    Promising review: "Love this print — I’ve had my eye on it for ages and so pleased I got it, the quality and the finish is incredible and I think it looks so nice." —Danniella

    Get it from Everlong Print Co. on Etsy for $26.09+ (available eight sizes and with oz. or mL. measurements).

    6. Or, if you're looking something semi-less-obvious, a set of three Pantone prints that convey your love of caffeine in a way that perfectly matches your neutral aesthetic.

    the three prints in Pantone colors vanilla, espresso, and latte
    Samahara Prints / Etsy

    Samahara Prints is an Australian Etsy shop run by Billie River. Featured items include boho Matisse prints, minimalist abstract prints, Scandinavian prints, and other options that will please anyone embracing a neutral aesthetic.

    Get it from Samahara Prints on Etsy for $11.68 (originally $14.60).

    7. A Smeg milk frother so you can craft a copycat version of Starbucks' sweet cream cold foam. One dollop of that stuff and you'll have no trouble drinking iced coffee at home.


    Promising review: "I’ve tried many different frothers before and this one makes the best foam. We do have an espresso machine with a frother, but I wanted one where I can mix my matcha tea powder right in with milk and froth it together. It works beautifully! We now use it to make cappuccinos, too. The foam is really thick. What was very important to me is the hygienic aspect of it. The tube that comes out of the espresso machine gets wiped and all but I keep thinking how much milk is inside it and how nasty it can get. This has a stainless container that comes right off for cleaning and makes a perfect foam. Yum." —Maria

    Get it from Amazon for $199.95.

    8. A bottle of Jot coffee concentrate for the person who ~exclusively~ drinks cold brew. Just pour one tablespoon over ice and add eight ounces of water for a super smooth cup of joe.


    Jot's Ultra Coffee not only tastes incredible, but it's also more eco-friendly than regular ol' concentrate as every batch is made *only* from Fair Trade coffee beans and the leftover grounds are composted. Each 6.8-ounce bottles makes 14 cups of coffee, so $24 gets you two full weeks of caffeine.

    PS: Try it over ice cream for a super simple affogato!

    Promising review: "I bought my first bottle of Jot to try after seeing someone on Instagram say how good it tasted. I've now turned into a coffee snob after trying it! It was -22 degrees on my way to work this morning and I still couldn't wait to make an iced caramel latte with my Jot." —Melissa A.

    Get it from Jot for $24.

    9. An embroidered sweatshirt that communicates the way a lot of us have been feeling lately. BTW spilled milk may not be worth a cry, but spilled boba *definitely* is.

    Pocket Me Tee / Etsy

    Pocket Me Tee is an Aussie Etsy shop with a whole bunch of kitschy designs including one of my personal favorites — the cheeky potato.

    Promising review: "Loving my new jumper! 💜 It’s super nice and soft inside! Will totally get another one in the future🥰" —Minh Anh Ly

    Get it from Pocket Me Tee on Etsy for $48.76 (available in sizes S–XL and in four colors).

    10. A designer-inspired coffee stencil you can use to create Instagram-worthy lattes or just impress your friends with whenever they can sleep over again (hopefully by the end of 2021!! 🤞🏻).

    XO Luxe Design / Etsy, XO Luxe Design

    If Chanel isn't your designer of choice, XO Luxe Design — a San Francisco-based shop — also sells a bunch of other stencils including ones inspired by Louis Vuitton, YSL, Gucci, and more.

    Get it from XO Luxe Design on Etsy for $8.

    11. A custom Starbucks cup with a bright sunflower design and your name in one of 20 (!) fonts. This way, no one can "accidentally" steal your cup.

    Karina Made It / Etsy

    The cheery tumbler comes from Karina Made It, an Oregon-based Etsy shop from Karina Valencia that specializes in custom cups. If sunflowers aren't your thing, they have a bunch of other designs, too, so take a look.

    Promising review: "This my favorite Starbucks custom cup ever!!!! I love the sunflowers!!!! The placement of the flowers and my name is perfect! I love that there is even a flower on the lid and that you get to choose your straw color (it also comes with a green straw!) This cup all just PERFECT!!!!!" —M J

    Get it from Karina Made It on Etsy for $16 (choose from 20 fonts and 10 straw colors).

    12. A coffee scoop clip that's pretty basic, but a must for anyone who buys their coffee ground. Obviously it makes it easier to scoop, but the built-in alligator clip also keeps your bag sealed so nothing goes stale.

    reviewer's photo of the coffee clip on a bag of ground coffee

    Promising review: "It's ridiculous how much the clip has improved my coffee life! No complaints here!" —J. Hopp

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    13. A metal mug rack with room for your entire collection. This way, you can show off all of your cool finds and free up room in your cabinets.,

    The rack has 27 prongs but some reviewers suggest skipping every other one for a less-crowded look.

    Promising review: "This rack is lightweight yet durable. We were able to put it together in about 10 minutes with no difficulty. It mounted on the wall exceptionally easily. Perfect for our Starbucks mug collection!" —Jen Phen

    Get it from Amazon for $35.99.

    14. A pair of tongue-in-cheek socks that tells it like it is — "Get my coffee wrong, and I cut you."

    a model wearing the socks which say "get my coffee wrong and I cut you"
    Funatic Socks / Via

    Get them from Amazon for $13.99.

    15. A stoneware cream and sugar set so you can feel like you're sipping an after-dinner espresso in a fine dining restaurant even though you're just sitting at the kitchen table with a fresh cup of Folgers.

    the white canisters holding sugar and cream and sitting on a stoneware tray
    Pottery Barn

    Get it from Pottery Barn for $20.

    16. A French press tumbler ideal for the caffeine aficionado who's always running behind. With this insulated mug, you can brew your coffee or tea right from the car, office, or even Target's parking lot.

    the two-piece silver tumbler and black lid

    The portable coffee maker is super simple to use. Just add ground coffee and hot water to the outer tumbler, wait three minutes, and then insert the inner press and push down like you would a normal French press. A built-in micro filter traps your grounds at the bottom of the cup so you won't suck up any bitter bits.

    Promising review: "I was given this mug as a gift and I use it daily. It's the best thing since sliced bread. It's easy to use, cleans up in a second, is well insulated, and makes a great cup of coffee (actually two cups). I recently returned from an extended stay in Guatemala. My favorite things I had while there were my hiking boots and this press. Every morning fresh brewed Guatemalan coffee. Buy this for yourself, and as gifts. Yours friends will love you forever no matter what you do to them in the future :)" —U Know Who

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99+ (available in seven colors).

    17. A pack of honey clover spoons so you can add a special touch to your daily cup of chamomile. If you're trying to cut out refined sugar, it also makes a sweet, all-natural alternative.

    one of the honey spoons being used in a cup of tea
    Neiman Marcus

    The clover honey spoons have a shelf life of eight months so if you want to stow them away for a special occasion, that's A-ok.

    Promising review: "Tea honey spoons arrived sealed and exactly as advertised on Neiman Marcus. The flavor of honey is delicious. Ordered as a gift and for my household. Gift recipient loves the flavor and so do I. I highly recommend these Tea Honey Spoons for repeat purchase." —A. Fields

    Get a pack of six from Neiman Marcus for $16.

    18. A hand-thrown stoneware mug to take your morning caffeine kick up a notch. Each wabi-sabi (perfectly imperfect) piece has its own quirks, so no other mug will be identical to yours.

    a hand holding the pink speckled stoneware mug
    Earth + Element

    Earth + Element is a four-woman pottery studio in Los Angeles. The brand is very conscious of their impact on the planet and as such, they're committed to recycling their clay and shipping all of their ceramics in eco-friendly packaging.

    Get it from Earth + Element for $48.

    19. A filtered tea bottle so you can always have a full carafe in your fridge. Brew your tea in the decanter overnight and even infuse it with lemon or your favorite fruit.

    the diffusers in light pink, white, and light green

    The three-piece decanter includes a glass bottle, silicone lid, and plastic filter.

    Promising review: "This is an absolutely fabulous way to enjoy fine tea. For the tea lover in your life, it'll give you a chance to enjoy cold brewed tea in any flavor, loose leaf or bagged quickly and easily in the elegant and easy-to-wash container. After buying one I have given these out to several of my friends and I just love it. If you like tea at all, this will add a whole new dimension to your tea enjoyment, highest recommendation." —Kryptography

    Get it from Amazon for $28.50+ (available in two sizes and seven colors).

    20. A groovy tee that wastes no time in getting straight to the point — you need coffee, STAT!

    a model wearing the "bring me an iced coffee" shirt in yam
    Emily Paige Co. / Etsy

    Emily Paige Co. is an Ohio-based small business from college student Emily Paige. Along with coffee-themed goodies, the Etsy shop also sells small biz owner stickers and shirts, inspirational banners, and floral embroidered beanies.

    Promising review: "Obsessed is an understatement. The quality and design is perfect. The color is even more beautiful in person. Emily was so sweet and kept me up to date when there was a mailing delay. Can’t wait to order from this shop again! Highly recommend!" —Megan

    Get it from Emily Paige Co. on Etsy for $28+ (available in sizes S–3XL and in long sleeve).

    21. A colorful macrame coaster so you can take your coffee all over the house without worrying about cup rings. Or, you can just get a few and leave them scattered about if that's easier.

    the coasters in  neutral, pink, orange, mustard, sage, blue, and lavender
    Jess Makes Macrame / Etsy

    Jess Makes Macrame is a small Etsy shop with a handful of boho pieces from wooden garlands and woven plant hangers to macrame earrings and colorful keychains.

    Promising review: "The care and love that went in to making this item was so evident. The added touch of a hand written note and a small sprig of lavender made this purchase all the more special. Now, my beautiful coasters sit at their new homes smelling of sweet lavender giving off that boho vibe that make my space feel... well... more like me! Thank you! I wish all the best to Jess Makes Macrame. Look out... I'll probably be a repeat buyer!" —mdkk

    Get them from Jess Makes Macrame on Etsy for $9.99 (available in seven colors).

    22. A hand-poured soy candle that will come in handy come nighttime when you don't want to drink another cup of coffee, but would love to savor the divine smell.

    two nine-ounce caramel drizzle coffee candles in  amber and clear jars
    The Home Nest Candles

    The Home Nest Candles is a small Iowa-based Etsy shop from Alivia McClain. If you could use some other delicious scents, they also have banana bread, sea salt, and citrus, among others.

    Promising review: "I love coffee scents but it's so hard to find one that isn't overwhelmingly sweet. This is literally my dream candle! I'm definitely going to repurchase when I run out, which doesn't seem too far off, judging from the speed I'm going through it." —Hannah Oh

    Get it from The Home Nest Candles on Etsy for $12+ (available in two sizes and two jar colors).

    23. An Aeropress coffee and espresso maker to make one to three (your choice) full, flavorful cups of coffee without any bitterness. The rapid brewer operates similarly to a French press, but is much faster (it only takes a minute) and a micro-filter keeps even the finest grounds at bay.,

    What's included: AeroPress press, funnel, scoop, stirrer, 350 microfilters, and a filter holder.

    Promising review: "I've heard lots of hype about an Aeropress and finally decided to buy my own. I am so glad I did. I am a barista so I have lots of experience with making coffee. This was a new method to me, and I love it. It's so easy to use and the most forgiving method when it comes to proportion, grind, and experience. Most baristas I know make coffee in a press when not at work. I don't like a press because it's just too much coffee for me by myself and is hard to proportion correctly and consistently without a scale. The Aeropress makes great coffee and is super fast, easy to take care of, and very convenient. I carry mine with me in a plastic box when I travel! No matter your level of coffee fanaticism, you can get into this brew method as much or as little as you want (I mean, there's an annual Aeropress contest). And my barista friends like the flavor of the coffee as well. It's a win! I'd definitely recommend this product." —AF

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95.

    24. A coffee scale so accurate, you'll be able to perfect your grounds to water ratio down to a single drop.

    reviewer's photo of the scale weighing a Chemex full of coffee

    The heat-safe digital scale features five different units of measurement, a timer, and an easy-to-read LCD screen that can measure weights as low as 0.1 ounces.

    Promising review: "I wake up to this gizmo every morning. It’s so accurate, it even tells me how much water clings to the carafe LOL. The timer is also spot-on. It's a solid, cool part of my daily goal to create the best coffee on earth." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    25. A HyperChiller beverage cooler that allows you to turn hot coffee into iced coffee in 60 seconds flat. Just fill the container with water and keep it in your freezer so it's always ready when you need it.

    The frozen black canister next to a glass of iced coffee

    The dishwasher-safe container can also be used to cool chill tea, juice, wine, or whatever else you feel like drinking. No water comes into contact with your beverage, so you don't have to worry about dilution, either.

    Promising review: "I am an avid (i.e. daily) iced coffee drinker, but I have been extremely hesitant to make my own iced coffee at home because I didn’t want the bitter flavor from two-day old coffee or the watered-down nature of just adding ice to coffee. Thanks to the HyperChiller, I have now found a solution!!! The HyperChilller worked like a CHARM today!!! I was able to create my own iced coffee directly from my coffee maker in the comfort of my own home. I guarantee this item will be used frequently! Great job!" —Chelsea

    Get it from Amazon for $21.65.

    26. A handheld milk frother with a faux wood or marble finish that does cartwheels around its plain plastic counterparts. No moving this gadget out of frame when you take an aesthetic IG shot!

    The milk frother which comes in different wood and stone finishes

    Just don't forget to buy some AA batteries at the same time, or who knows when you'll actually get around to using it.

    Promising review: "Great little frother! I love the wood grain aesthetic, much prettier than your average random plastic color kitchen appliance. Makes a very frothy beverage so it’s equally stylish and useful. Keep in mind batteries not included so make sure you have two double A's!" —Nashvillian

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in three finishes).

    27. A Yes Plz Coffee subscription so you can get new beans delivered straight to your door every week (or other week, or once a month — you get it). Specialty coffee and I don't have to walk anywhere to get it? Sign me up.

    The coffee beans which come in a clear plastic bag
    Yes Plz Coffee

    Beans for the single origin releases and blends are sourced from around the world before being roasted in Los Angeles. And you can trust the guys behind Yes Plz — Tony (Tonx) Konecny and Sumi Ali — as the coffee-obsessed duo worked as baristas, head roasters, and "nomadic coffee consulters" at beloved joints like Intelligentsia, Blue Bottle, and Victrola Coffee before diving into their own direct-to-consumer roasting company.

    Get it from Yes Plz Coffee for $17+ (available in two sizes and your choice of 1–4 shipments a month).

    28. A matching pour-over set that looks like the sun is wearing a speckled top hat. Making coffee with a plain white pour-over = boring. Making coffee with a celestial set = decadent.

    The celestial-themed set which comes with a blue pour over and white mug
    Urban Outfitters

    Promising review: "I love this!! The drip part has quite the heft to it. They are such a cute addition to my kitchen and morning coffee routine." —Mystic Moonshine

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $20 (originally $24).

    29. A stainless-steel pour-over coffee filter destined to replace those paper filters you've come to use oh, just three times a day, every day., Amazon

    The mesh filter can be washed and used over and over again, so it'll save you space in your pantry and trash bag. One reviewer says they used theirs for 3.5 years!

    Promising review: "Love mine! Saw a video about the waste from Keurigs and the mold issues in the water lines. I wanted to reduce waste and have something quick and easy. I'm the only coffee drinker in the house and I will never bother with a coffee pot again. The taste is better with this! And it's so easy to clean." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in two sizes).

    30. A pack of reusable K-Cups for those who like to grind their own beans but still enjoy the convenience of a Keurig. Just stuff your caffeine of choice into the reusable purple pod, pop it into your machine, and brew like usual. ☕️,

    Promising review: "I bought these refillable coffee filters over a year ago for my husband and I. We each have a coffee daily, if not two. We use them multiple times a day and this brand has outlasted others that we have purchased. Luckily, this set comes with multiple so you can rotate them pretty easily. We fill them up, empty them by tapping on the side of the garbage can (or sometimes we save the used coffee grounds and put them around our plants outside) and then rinse and wash in the sink. Don't wash them aggressively! We also will periodically run them through the dishwasher on the top rack. We haven't seen any of the netting pulling away and they still operate as if brand-new. You will not be disappointed in this brand! We love ours!" —Three Little Kittens

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95+ (available in packs of two, four, or six).

    31. A four-beverage cup caddy so you can stop relying on those flimsy cardboard ones your fave coffee shop hands out. Keep this in your car or everyday tote and you'll have no trouble transporting your flat whites, frappes, and lightly sweetened teas.

    The foldable four-cup caddy in colorful dots

    Promising review: "This is one of the most useful products I have ever bought. My local baristas are always asking me where to get one. It’s very sturdy and reliable." —Lily

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99 (available in three colors/patterns).

    32. A moka espresso pot that — if you were also raised on late-'90s Disney — will likely give you major Rollie Pollie Ollie energy.

    The yellow, blue, silver, and red espresso pot
    MoMA Design Store

    The petite, Memphis-inspired pot can make three cups of espresso at once and in less than ~two~ minutes.

    Promising review: "So stylish and makes the perfect amount of expresso..." —Elizabeth

    Get it from the MoMA Design Store for $32.

    33. A cult-favorite Fellow electric kettle for those who control the outcome of their at-home brew down to the degree. A dial allows you to adjust the temperature by individual degrees and a hold button means you can keep your water at the perfect temp once it's done.

    a model pouring water from the pink electric kettle
    Amazon / Via

    Promising review: "I was hesitant to spend this much on a variable temp gooseneck kettle but I am so glad I did. It checked off all the boxes... variable temp, hold setting, quick to heat, gooseneck, AND it was the best looking one! We have been using a gooseneck stovetop kettle for a few years for pour over and wanted more control over the water temp (I’d often forget I put the kettle on and start multitasking). This heats the water so quickly which is great in the morning. And the hold feature is my best friend for when I’m multitasking. I’m able to pour over my coffee when it is convenient and not have to worry about taking it off he stove top immediately like I did before." —Aunt Lindsey

    Get it from Amazon for $169 (available in five finishes).

    34. A starter matcha set with everything you need to whip up your favorite Shrek-colored drink. (I just don't get the appeal of matcha guys, sorry 🤷‍♀️.)

    The matcha set which comes with ceramic and bamboo utensils

    What's included: 100-prong bamboo whisk, bamboo spoon and scoop, ceramic matcha bowl, and jade whisk holder.

    Promising review: "The set arrived sooner than expected and is absolutely beautiful! The tea made with it was delicious! I would recommend this, especially for those looking for a nice gift set." —bjbbw

    Get it from Amazon for $43.99.

    35. A Breville espresso machine that will allow you to live out your barista fantasy in the comfort of your own home. As someone who had high school and college jobs at Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks, I can tell you it's much more fun this way!!


    This coffee shop-worthy setup features a built-in conical burr grinder, digital temperature control, integrated milk frother, and settings for single and double shots (the latter is where it's at).

    Promising review: "After working as a barista for four years, the thought of leaving the cafe to go to grad school was upsetting. As an early birthday gift slash cafe departing gift my mom purchased this machine for me. It does everything I need it to in order to prepare any coffee shop drink! It makes perfect single or double espressos, and includes a steam wand with acceptable pressure, a tamp, a nice size water tank with good filter, a hot water spigot for americanos, a nicely sized milk pitcher, a hidden storage tray, a built-in burr grinder which works just as well as a separate one, and a shot splitter on the portafilter. I really love this machine and after using it four times a day for the last two months, I still have yet to need to clean it with the tablets provided due to all of the self cleaning the machine does. Water is a great temperature for brewing and steaming, and it’s not piping hot but plenty hot enough from the water spigot. This machine is kind of a 'why on earth not?' kind of deal." —Samantha Stangl

    Get it from Amazon for $699.95+ (available in two colors).

    36. A Sips by subscription box so you can enjoy four new teas every month — without having to hunt them down yourself.

    a Sips by subscription box and a mug with a teabag steeping
    Sips by / Via

    Sips by is a woman-founded company run out of Austin, Texas. They currently partner with more than 150 partners — from international brands to local farmers — to bring you the best teas whether you prefer loose leaf or bagged, caffeinated or herbal. In every box, you'll get four premium teas, enough to make 15+ cups (45+ if you re-steep), steeping guidelines, exclusive discounts, and recipes created by tea experts!

    Promising review: "Sips by really knows me better than I know myself! They always know just what to send." —Allie in Colorado

    Get it from Sips by for $15.

    37. A canister of chai that tastes JUST as good as your favorite coffee shop cup. If you already have a stove top espresso pot, you can even make it ~dirty.~


    Not gonna lie, I went on a serious reconnaissance mission at my local joint just to figure out what kind of chai they were using and lo and behold it was this bad boy! All you have to do is add water or milk (and ice if you want it cold) and BAM, you've got a chai that could go for $5+.

    Get it from Amazon for $12.05+ (available in two sizes).

    38. A cold brew coffee maker with — if you can even believe it — more than 26,000 5-star Amazon reviews!

    Maitland Quitmeyer / BuzzFeed

    The BPA-free pitcher can make four servings of cold brew at a time and with whatever ground coffee you prefer. After you let it steep, a fine-mesh filter keeps the grounds from flowing into your cup.

    Promising review: "This Takeya cold brew coffee jug is wonderful! I know a lot of people use Mason jars, however, I wanted something easier to grab from the fridge and more lightweight (and cheaper!). I have used Takeya products before and have been impressed with their durability as well as the easiness of cleaning them. This cold brew jug has only four pieces; the jug, the handle, the lid, and the coffee filter. The coffee filter has an extremely fine mesh and it has not let through even the finest of coffee grounds. It is really easy to clean! The filter, after filling it with your favorite coffee (I find non-flavored coffee to taste best during the cold brew process), just screws into the lid. After you have filled up the jug about 85% of the way with filter water, you place the filter (already attached to the lid) into the water filled jug and screw it on! The coffee will have a great flavor within eight hours, however, it is most potent by 24 hours and stays fresh up to 72 hours, in my opinion. Remember, you are brewing a coffee concentrate as about 1 cup of grounds are used to brew. Mix with two parts water or you will... well, be like me that didn't read the directions and was up until 3 a.m. with a caffeine high, lol. Overall, I am really pleased with this purchase!" —LiliBelle

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in two sizes and three colors).

    Interested in reading more? Check out our full review of the cold brew maker.

    39. A temperature-controlled smart mug ready to extend the life of your latte. Once paired with your smartphone, you can choose the exact degree you'd like your beverage (between 120 degrees F to 145 degrees F), so no more sippin' on lukewarm coffee at your midday meeting!


    A single charge can keep your drink piping hot for 1.5-on-the-go-hours or if you leave it on the charging coaster, it'll maintain its temp all day. There's more to the stainless steel mug than just temperature, too. It'll automatically turn on and off when it senses your cup is empty or liquid has been poured in. It's basically the mug of our dreams.

    Promising review: "Hot till the last drop! I work in healthcare and I can’t sit and sip my whole cup of coffee all the time. After going back and forth between patients my coffee is always hot. I have one for work and one for home. Love them!" —Chris H.

    Get it from Ember for $129.95 (available in two sizes and colors).

    40. A set of snail-shaped silicone tea holders so you no longer have to use your finger to fish your tea bag string out of ~boiling hot water.~ These guys have it from here.


    Promising review: "They are adorable!!!!! Really easy to use and work like a charm, I've given my friends some by sneaking them on their mugs and they have also been delighted! 😄🐌💙" —Hazel

    Get a 10-pack from Amazon for $4.99.

    41. A vintage Kate Spade kettle tea drinkers are sure to adore. If you have a thing for matching sets, you can also get accent plates, mugs, trays and more in the same darling design.

    The polka-dotted white kettle which has a cherry pattern

    Promising review: "I absolutely love Kate Spade and this kettle adds so much character to my kitchen!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $50.

    42. And a Dunkin' Donuts AirPod case I ~personally~ refuse to shut up about. Yes, I run on Dunkin' and now, my headphones do too.

    Amazon, Chelsea Stuart / BuzzFeed

    Guys, I really talk about this thing far too much, but I don't care. I LOVE how 1. It has *all* the same text as an actual cup, 2. the top looks like a legit lid, and 3. this makes it way easier to find my AirPods in the bottomless pit that is my purse.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    Me after expending a lot of energy on this list:

    The WB / Via

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