We get it. You can’t function before a morning cup of joe. Here’s new gear to fuel your caffeine addiction.
HAVE IT YOUR WAY
Brew as much (or little) java as you’ll drink with the Black + Decker 4-in-1 Coffee Station ($20, Target). It makes a full pot, a travel mug’s worth or a regular-size cup, plus has a removable filter basket so you can make your own pour-over.
Keep whole coffee beans fresh in the airtight Friis Coffee Vault Storage Canister ($25, Walmart). It features “freshness valves” to vent coffee’s carbon dioxide gas emissions, which can erode the beans’ rich-roasted flavor.
CHILL AND SMOOTH
Making coffee from cold water means none of the bitter oils and acids are released, so you end up with a smooth sip that’s easy on your stomach. With the Primula 50-oz Cold Brew Coffee Maker ($24, amazon.com), you add ground coffee to the center core, pour in cold water, then put in the refrigerator to brew for 12 to 24 hours. You get 32 ounces of coffee concentrate that stays fresh for two weeks.
The shatter-resistant OXO Good Grips Venture French Press ($20, Bed Bath & Beyond) is sturdy enough for camping or road trips and brews up to eight rich, filtered cups.
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