5. Wolferman’s: Holiday Coffee, Mug, and Coffee Cake
The coffee-lover in your life will love waking up to aromatic caramel pecan coffee in an adorable mug with delicious blueberry coffee cake.
A perfect festive breakfast on a cold winter day!
What They Get: This gift box includes a 1lb 14oz blueberry coffee cake, 2oz caramel pecan ground coffee, and a ceramic mug.
Perfect For: Breakfast Sweets + Coffee-Lovers
6. Copper Cow Coffee: The Classic | 5-Pack
Introduce the coffee lover (and globetrotter) in your life to classic Vietnamese coffee. They’ll get five single-serve packs of Copper Cow’s bestselling Classic coffee blend, along with sweetened condensed milk creamer (the traditional way to enjoy Vietnamese coffee).
Copper Cow’s coffees are made from a blend of 70% Arabica beans and 30% Robusta beans for a strong, smooth flavor. The coffee is meant to be prepared pour-over style, meaning hot water is poured over the grounds through a filter.
Copper Cow sources their beans from organic farms in Vietnam, while the creamer comes from local farms in California. Used coffee filters and grounds are compostable, while the outer foil of the packets is recyclable. (Read our Copper Cow Coffee reviews for more details >>)
What They Get: 5 packs of Copper Cow Classic Vietnamese Coffee and 5 packs of sweetened condensed milk creamer
At less than 5 inches wide, this mini brewer is compact enough to fit in even the smallest of kitchens, making it the perfect gift for your java-obsessed friend who has limited space.
This mini coffee maker can be used to brew anywhere from 6-12 oz. of coffee using single-serve K-Cups. It comes in five stylish colors (Matte Black, Cardinal Red, Studio Gray, Evening Teal, and Matte White), so there’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste.
Add a box of Keurig’s “Love Blend” variety pack ($24.99) to make it a truly special gift for any coffee lover in your life.
What They Get: A space-saving coffee maker that brews single-serve K-Cups in a flash
Perfect For: College Students, Apartment-Dwellers
8. Maud’s Coffee and Tea: Maud’s Flavored Coffee Pod Super Variety Pack
Whether your coffee-loving gift recipient already has a Keurig, or you’re planning on getting them one this year, this collection of Maud’s bestselling flavored K-Cups makes a great gift. (You can even break up the pack to use as stocking stuffers!)
Maud’s 15 flavors include Cinnamon Churro, Coconut Cream Chocolate Dream, Creamy Caramel Macchiato, Cup of PB & Chocolate, Luck of the Irish Cheesecake, Nana’s Oatmeal Cookie, Gone Bananas’ Foster, French Toast Roast, French Vanilla, Sister Hazelnut, Dreamy Creamy Salted Caramel, Cinnamon Roll Blend, Hottie Biscotti Vanilla Almond, Jamaican Rum Yum, and Raspberry Choco Latte. (View all Maud’s Coffee pods)
The K-Cups are compatible with all Keurig 2.0 machines and are fully recyclable.
What They Get: 80 single-serve K-Cups in 16 different varieties
Bring the joy of discovering different cultures home to the adventurer in your life with this Vietnamese coffee kit. It contains a unique stainless steel “Phin filter” that minimizes waste and can be easily packed for travel.
You also get to choose a bag of coffee from three blends, with the option of selecting whole beans or ground coffee. Loyalty is Nguyen Supply Coffee’s signature blend, made with a mix of Arabica and Robusta beans, while Moxy is 100% Arabica and Truegrit is 100% Robusta. All blends come directly from farms in Vietnam.
A true coffee lover needs a high-quality grinder in their arsenal. And this one truly does it all, with a whopping 15 settings. Create fine grinds for espressos, coarse grinds for French press coffee, and more. It even saves the last-used setting. Stainless steel conical burrs ensure beans are ground uniformly for a perfect-tasting cup every time.
Add on a Coffee Subscription (3 bags for $60) and your coffee-lover will experience unique, local coffee selections based on their preferences from top local coffee roasters.
What They Get: Stainless steel, BPA-free coffee grinder with 15 grind size settings
Perfect For: Coffee Enthusiast, Coffee Purest
11. Lady Flacon: All the Painted Ladies
All of the Lady Falcon Coffee Company colors in one beautiful set!
Enjoy 5 x 10 oz bags of coffee including Epic, Stoked, Atta Girl, Stairwell, and Ethiopia Limmu Natural. Choose between whole beans or course, medium, or fine ground.
12. Carta Coffee Merchants: Latitude – Traditional Process Kona Coffee
Bring a touch of beautiful Hawaii home with this Hawaiian whole bean coffee from Kona. The beans are processed via a “wet” method, which involves mechanically extracting them from the cherry and washing them. This results in coffee with a clean, bright taste and citrus notes.
The beans are sourced from Carta Coffee Merchants’ Kona-based Nolyssa Farm and small partner farms in Kona.
What They Get: 12-oz bag of coffee produced in Kona, Hawaii
Before buying gifts for coffee lovers, keep scrolling to learn more about the Benefits of Coffee, coffee bean types, the difference between regular and decaf, and whether you should buy whole beans, ground coffee, or pods.
What are the Benefits of Drinking Coffee?
Coffee isn’t your average morning drink—it has plenty of proven health benefits.
Many of coffee’s benefits are due to its caffeine content. Caffeine is known for its ability to boost energy levels, mood, memory, and more. Studies also show it improves physical performance during endurance workouts.
Research also shows caffeine aids in fat-burning by increasing metabolism. Plus, regular coffee drinking is associated with a lower risk of certain diseases, like type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, colon cancer, and liver cancer. This makes sense, given that coffee is full of antioxidants, which help protect against damaging free radical molecules in the body.
What Are the Most Common Coffee Bean Types?
The two main types of coffee beans are Arabica and Robusta.
Before buying any of the gifts for coffee lovers above, here’s what you need to know about the most common coffee types.
Arabica beans come from the Coffea arabica plant, which grows in cool, subtropical climates. About 70% of all coffee produced comes from Arabica beans. Arabica coffee usually has a mild, slightly sweet taste, featuring notes of chocolate, caramel, berries, and nuts.
Robusta coffee is the second most popular brew. Robusta beans come from the Coffea canephora plant, which grows in hot, dry climates. Robusta coffee has close to double the amount of caffeine as Arabica coffee. It also tends to have a stronger, more bitter taste since it contains about half the sugar as Arabica. Robusta is usually found in instant coffee mixes and espresso blends.
Liberica and Excelsa are a couple of harder-to-find coffee beans that would surely impress the coffee snob on your gift list. Liberica coffee is known for its smoky, nutty flavor and is grown primarily in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Excelsa coffee is a variety of Liberica coffee and is also grown in Southeast Asia. It has a dark, tart taste.
What is the Difference Between Regular and Decaf Coffee?
In general, an 8-ounce cup of brewed regular coffee has around 95 milligrams of caffeine, although this can vary by brand. Regular espresso clocks in at around 65 milligrams per 1-ounce. Decaf brewed coffee is usually around 2 milligrams per 8-ounce cup.
One of the most popular decaffeination methods entails soaking the beans in a solvent to remove the caffeine but leaving the other beneficial compounds. Depending on the method of decaffeination, decaf coffee may taste milder and less bitter than the regular kind.
What is the Difference Between Whole Beans vs Ground Beans vs Pods?
In general, whole Beans are the freshest, pods are the most convenient, and ground coffee is less expensive.
Whole bean coffee offers the freshest, most flavorful taste of any type of coffee. Keep in mind, though, preparing whole beans can be time-consuming since you have to grind the beans before you can enjoy them.
Pre-ground coffee is one of the most convenient and least expensive options, and there are plenty of delicious varieties available. Simply scoop a spoonful into a filter and let a drip coffee maker do all the work. On the downside, ground coffee tends to lose its freshness more quickly than whole beans.
Single-serve pods are another convenient choice. All you have to do is fill up the water tank, pop a pod into a single-serve brewer, and press a button. Pods offer a similar taste to ground coffee and allow you to easily try many different varieties.