Slideshow: Gift Guide: For Coffee Lovers

Bean Subscription
Bean Subscription
Plenty of great roasters offer subscription services to keep your loved ones in beans for 2011. Available from Ritual Roasters, Intelligentsia, and more.
Coffee Bag Redux
Coffee Bag Redux
These upcycled burlap sacks are a stylish (and eco) way to tote around all those buy-nine-get-the-tenth-drink-free cards. $55 from Etsy seller Nana&Co.
Manual Grinder
Manual Grinder
Great biceps exercise + super-fresh coffee = Perfect way to start the day. This manual grinder by Hario has durable, adjustable conical burrs, and is small enough to stash in a cabinet or pack in a carry-on. Available at Sweet Maria's for $40.
"Kill Time" Mug
Too much caffeine might make your trigger finger a little itchy; thankfully this fun mug only shoots blanks. $17 from Uncommon Goods.
mypressi TWIST
mypressi TWIST
Espresso on demand: the gift that keeps on caffeinating. Cranking out double shots is a breeze with this hand-held nitrous oxide–powered gadget. $149 at mypressi.
Vintage Photo
Vintage Photo
Know somebody who guzzles joe day and night? Help them make it arty with a museum-quality print of this cool 1935 photo. Available through Shorpy, starting at $15.
Espresso Cologne
Espresso Cologne
Why should your favorite barista only smell like coffee after a long, exhausting shift? Help them reclaim the delicious scent with this subtle spray. (Bonus: No stale-milk smell.) From $20 at Demeter Fragrance.
Coffee Beer
Coffee Beer
Uppers and downers, together at last. Japanese brewery Hitachino Nest's potent Espresso Stout is a delicious way to both knock off that caffeine headache and wind down after a long day of stressful family holiday festivities. $6.39 by the bottle or $133.79 for a case at Half Time Beverage.