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INVENTORY 5 Products That’ll Level Up Your Coffee GameWhether you like your brew hot or cold, from a fancy machine or a new-school French press, this crop of gear will provide an instant upgrade.

Roughly 66% of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, according to the National Coffee Association. In fact, coffee consumption has hit a two-year high in the U.S. Along with providing an energy boost and helping focus, coffee can be delicious — if you put a little effort into finding the right products. So whether you’re an at-home brewer or take your joe on the go, these products will help you elevate your coffee game to a new level.

(2) Image Courtesy Fourtillfour.

01 FourtillFour Coffee 12oz Coffee Tin

Fourtilfour was founded in ’07 and has been a favorite to fill our cups with for a while now. Each 12-ounce tin of Sunday Motor Club blend of Honduran and Ethiopian whole beans is ideal for espresso or drip.

$24.50 Sunday Motor Club Blend Buy Now
$695 Osma Pro Buy Now

02 Osmo Pro Cold Brewer

Fire up the Osma Pro and in less than 60 seconds eight ounces of ice coffee will be waiting in your mug. Each unit is handmade out of Oregon and has been engineered by a bunch of eggheads to retain the most flavor possible.

So yeah, it’s pricey, but if you’re experiencing sticker shock or if you don’t care whether your coffee tastes like motor oil, stick with gas station brew.

03 Northbound Steeped Coffee

This nitro-sealed dark roast is the perfect way to start the day on the road or get you that quick afternoon pick-me-up. Simply steep the bag in hot water for a couple of minutes for a smooth, flavorful cup of joe.

Union Coffee Co.
$70.00 Union Coffee Co. Buy Now
$29.95 Pourigami Buy Now

04 MiiR Pourigami

The world’s smallest, most durable and portable travel coffee dripper fits in your pocket, and its three stainless steel panels interlock for easy assembly. Make the best pour-over coffee you’ve ever had while camping.

05 Fellow Clara French Press

Clara is made from stainless steel, not glass, like many other french presses we’ve used. That means if we drop it — and of course, we will — it’ll clang around instead of shatter.

In addition, the internal walls feature a carbon coating to keep the liquid hot while the mesh filtration keeps sludge from creeping back into the mix once it’s separated.

To get the most out of each use, this is all you have to do:

  • Add coffee grounds to the pre-marked coffee line, and then add hot water to the waterline.
  • Stir for 30 seconds.
  • Pop on the mesh filter/lid.
  • Wait four minutes before pouring.
$99 Fellow Clara French Press Coffee Maker Buy Now
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