Dubbed, “a kick-starter for geeky coffee conversations,” Kaffikaze’s A-Z Coffee guide is a caffeinated force to reckon with. Valuable bits of coffee knowledge are dropped next to drawings by the talented London-based illustrator Lars Kolstad Huse.
The perfect sweet for an afternoon pick-me-up, these quirky Japanese candies combine green tea and caramel flavors to surprisingly tasty effect.
Keep your tea bag from falling deep into the depths of your beverage with Molecule’s clever new mug which features a tiny rivetâ€”modeled after a boat tie cleatâ€”to wrap the string around.
Specifically geared towards power grillers, Grillworks’ luxe new rotisserie model features a floating brick backing to reflect and retain heat as well as a crankwheel and axel for rotating up to 80lbs of meat.
Brooklyn may have its own brewery and even a whiskey distillery, but this nostalgic-looking spearmint is actually made in Milan. No matter what side of the Atlantic you chew it on, Brooklyn fans are sure to love it.
Margriet Foolen’s terracotta and silicone slowcooker cooks/steams food like a traditional tangine, retaining the natural vitamins and flavor of the ingredients. The modern, spaceship-like design also makes it an elegant serving piece.
Valerie Confections’ limited-edition collection of elegant tea truffles lends exotic appeal to traditional chocolates with flavors like Jasmine Pearl, Marrakesh Mint and Earl Grey.
Made with grapes from three distinct South African vine parcels, this affordable vintage offers major bang for your buck, with notes of honeyed pear, butterscotch, citrus and ginger with subtle hints of spice.
Get your ass in gear with Good Fucking Design’s no-nonsense inspirational mugs, which are printed with blunt reminders like “Don’t Fucking Procrastinate,” “Work Fucking Harder” and “Stay Up All Fucking Night.”
Portland chocolatier Elizabeth Montes produces her unique single-origin coffee bars with finely ground beans and top-notch cocoa butterâ€”there is no chocolate. Sugar crystals throughout give the bars a crunchy texture, while 96 grams of caffeine puts an extra jolt in your life. A unique treat for the coffee nerd in your life.
Perfect for small-space dwellers, the Nespresso U Expresso Maker not only brews espresso pods with a single click, but the individual components can be moved around to adapt to the smallest of countertops.
Help support Alessi’s effort to build a family home in the Congo for orphaned children. For every product purchased worldwide between 1 November and 24 December, Alessi will donate $1 its construction.
Chopping onions is often a teary affair, but the solid beech wood boards will cheer up even the saddest of slicers with its cheeky grin-shaped handle. The twice-oiled wood also makes the board more scratch resistantâ€”yet another detail worth smiling about.
We’ve been fans of the SodaStream for years, and the Source is a complete redesign by Yves Behar. The improvements are both technical and stylistic, but the fundamentals are the sameâ€”make your own carbonated water or soda.
Gifting loved ones with Murray’s cheese will not only win over hearts and tummies, it also increases your chances of having tripped-out, wacky cheese dreams. Win-win!
This quintessential multi-tool combines everything you need to open, serve, and preserve your favorite wines.