Our Favorite Travel Coffee Grinders! Hario Slim Hand Grinder. Porlex JP-30 Stainless Steel. Hario Skerton Ceramic Burr Hand Grinder. JavaPresse Manual Coffee Grinder. Bring only the best gear with you on your next adventure.
Having to deal with a frustrating coffee maker each and every morning is the #1 cause of being bummed out. Don’t worry about fact checking that. We already did the research. But seriously, a nice coffee maker really can make your morning just a little bit better by optimizing your route from sad and coffeeless to buzzing and caffeinated.
If you’re feeling sluggish from all that summer heat, there’s no better way to cool down and perk up at the same time than with some cold brew or iced coffee. Regardless of which you prefer, we can all agree that these drinks are better the colder they are. We’ve written a lot about keeping your drinks hot, but what about keeping them ice cold?
A quality travel mug can make or break your on-the-go coffee experience. For keeping your drink hot all day long, we always recommend vacuum insulated stainless steel travel mugs. Not only will they keep your drink hot for 6+ hours, but they can also take a beating making them an ideal travel mug to bring with you on a short hike, long road trip, and everywhere in between.
Pour over coffee is one of our favorite ways to brew. It’s great for making a single cup, or even a few cups to share with your friends. This post is going to focus on the latter, brewing multiple cups of coffee the old fashioned way using a pour over method. There’s a lot of options out there for decanters, but which one is best for you? Let’s get into it.
It’s the holiday season once again and already your family and friends are asking if they should get you a new Bonmac or a Kalita Wave. Okay, maybe not. But with this guide, you’ll have something to show them when they ask what you want this year! So let’s get started. We’ll divide the list into five sections: Pourover Drippers, Hand Grinders/Mills, Electric Kettles, Kettles, and Travel Mugs.