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.
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.
Stone-Ground Coffee Chocolate
These hand-crafted, traditional Mexican-style coffee-infused chocolate disks are great for munching, making drinking chocolate, and—naturally—mixing with espresso for a homemade mocha. Available from Taza Chocolate, $4.50 each.
"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.
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.
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.
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.
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.