Shopping for a Coffee lover in your life? Or maybe you’re thinking of upgrading the way you make coffee at home. Anyway, Cyber Monday brings us some deals on coffee making equipment and accessories. We’ve collected the best discounts on WIRED favorites, ranging from a free bag to a powerful professional-grade machine.
Coffee Subscription Deal
Atlas Coffee Club is one of our favorite coffee subscription services, and if you are a new customer you can get your first bag for free right now. You get single-origin beans from a different country each month, including postcards and testing notes. Atlas lets you customize your order; You can get ground coffee or whole beans, light or dark roast and the frequency of delivery. If you are already a subscriber, you can save up to 55 with a subscription gift.
One of our favorite coffee subscription services, Trade, offers a variety of beans and blends, as well as some of the best customer service around. You can also choose to get a 25 discount on your first six bags. Trade is also offering a 10 percent discount on coffee gifts.
Not only does the subscription service Grounds and Hounds have some of our favorite dark roasts, it also offers 20 percent of its profits to animal shelters.
Dripkit is not a traditional coffee subscription service. Instead of sending you a bag of coffee that you need to put in a coffee maker, the company sends you a pour-over packet that you can set on top of your mug. Pour boiling water over it and you’re good to go. It’s amazingly delicious. You can subscribe or order packs of five or 10 only.
Coffee Maker Deal
A solid, high-end espresso machine, Specialist looks gorgeous on any countertop. It is extremely well made, with a body that is almost entirely made of solid metal. A burr grinder is built; Just dump the whole beans into the grasshopper, then grind as needed. It’s a competitor to the Breville Barista Pro, another of our favorites.
An automatic coffee machine makes any morning a little better. It has a wide nozzle to shower evenly with hot water during the drinking cycle, ensuring an even and tasty drainage.
It’s not your dad’s coffee maker, but it follows in the footsteps of that venerable and probably weather machine. Simple and intuitive, it has an automatic brew timer, a setting to adjust the power of the drink, and a compact design for easy sliding on crowded countertops.
Have a big family? This coffee maker (9/10, cable recommendation) can make eight cups of coffee. Just add water, your coffee, and your precious drink will flow directly into the carafe. It knows how to make it at the right temperature for the right time.
This is our favorite cold brew coffee maker. It’s easy to use and makes 32 ounces of cold brew coffee. The taste of the fruit is not too glamorous due to the mesh basket filter and it is very easy to clean the whole thing when you are done. See our Best Cold Brew Coffee Maker Guide for more.
If you like a drip coffee, this machine will turn your morning cup into a sip of heaven. It has a wide tip for pouring water evenly over the soil and also has a small lump to increase or decrease the strength of the wine. Also, it’s Wi-Fi enabled and integrated with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can turn it on with your voice from the bedroom while hiding under the cover.
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The deal was a bit better on Black Friday, but it’s still a tough discount. Vacon (8/10, wired recommendation) is a rather unique drink. It uses an electric pump to create a vacuum inside the included glass carafe, extracting brewing coffee from the bottom of the brewing chamber after standing as long as you want. In addition to offering you more control, this method prevents you from mixing bitter oils in coffee, resulting in a less bitter cup. Use promotional code during checkout (as a final step, Later Enter your shipping information) to get 25 percent discount.
The Braville Infuser espresso machine is a solid mid-range machine. Made with Braville’s signature style and quality, it looks tough and doesn’t rotate easily when you’re using it. It also has a pressure gauge, which is important for dialing your espresso shots – if the pressure is too high, your grounds are too tightly packed or too finely grounded; If the pressure is too low, your ground may be too thick or not packed tightly enough. This is a great feature and one that I use every day on other Braville machines.
A sturdy all-around espresso machine from DeLonghi, it features a single boiler, steamer wind and all that is needed to make a good shot of espresso. It is good for small space and home use. It lacks the pro-grade features (shot timer, temperature gauge) that you want to get in more expensive models but it is still quite capable.
A top pick in our guide to the best portable espresso makers, we note the Flair signature as At least Portable, but it makes the best flavored espresso. It is easy to use, very easy to make and clean like a tank. This is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen recently.
Here’s another mid-range espresso machine built in the end without any unnecessary tricks. Solis Barista Perfetta is super compact and suitable for narrow, small kitchen counters. We have not tested this exact model, but its features suggest that it is compatible with the Bravilla Bambino Plus, another slimline espresso machine with basic-if-powerful-functionality.
Sometimes you need a perfect pour-over set for one or two cups of coffee. That’s where the Fellow Stag pore-over set comes in. It has a dual-walled glass carafe and a small metal dripper with a lid that pulls double duty as a measure to provide storage (which makes it great for travel) and ground. This deal is available in crates and barrels.
Grinder and accessory deals
It’s not a big deal, but origami drippers are flying off the shelf right now and for good reason. These are skillfully crafted, gorgeous, and since they have a small hole in the bottom to better control their liquid making time, they make a great cup of coffee. Making a cup of coffee with one of these is one of the most peaceful and meditative brewing experiences. This bundle has a wooden collar that fits over mugs of almost any size, as well as a pack of specially shaped filters for this dripper.
One of the best ways to set up your espresso game is to invest in a Burr Grinder. Solis Scala is a good entry-level model – relatively affordable without compromising on grind quality. Its internal burrs will grind your coffee evenly to ensure an even and consistent drainage.
A bottomless portfilter is a great way to judge and improve the technique you use to pull your daily espresso shots. Since it lacks the spouts you would traditionally find under a portfilter, you can more easily see if the coffee is coming out evenly and smoothly.
Love to make cappuccino and lettuce? Then you will like this. Nanofomer is our favorite handheld milk friend. It can texture your milk perfectly creamy top for the two included nanoscreens. You can read more about it in our Best Latte and Cappuccino Machine Guide.
Most espresso machines come with tamps but they are usually quite cheap or cheap. To ensure an even pack in your espresso, you should invest in a stiff and weighty tamp like this.
It’s an expensive coffee grinder, but its flat burrs are perfect for getting fat but Even Crushed It is intended for use with every coffee preparation but is essentially espresso. Flat burrs are adept at getting an even, semi-fine crush, but they are not suitable for the espresso you want for almost powder consistency. If you are looking for your pour-over game then this grinder is one way to do it. You will absolutely taste the difference.
Fellow EKG Gooseneck Electric Kettle is one of our favorites for making everyday coffee. Whether you’re making some powwow using a French press or a ceramic dripper, the long narrow spout will give you control over your water which you really need to make sure your grounds are evenly covered. Also, it looks great on any countertop.
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Kiriko is a small Portland company that specializes in making curated home goods and vintage Japanese textiles. It contains one of my favorite ceramic coffee drippers and an incredibly strong selection of coffee and tea-related products, including these adorable handmade mugs that keep your coffee warm longer than a typical mass-produced mug.