Christmas is less than four weeks away.
Crazy. I know.
So what do you get the coffee snob in your life that won’t have them turning up their nose and regifting? It’s a conundrum. But thebeanstalker.com is here to help. Here’s my guide to Christmas shopping in the under $100 category.
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Here’s a bit of a guide to where to find bits and pieces around the web at the prices outlined above (most don’t include postage).
- Ministry Grounds stocks: The Aeropress, the Able Disk and Kone, the Skerton Grinder, the V60 (and other Hario products – including a cheaper price for the pouring kettle), VST baskets, the Clever Dripper.
- The S Filter was a Kickstarter project and you can now buy them direct from kaffeologie.
- Bunker Coffee sells Aeropress gear. Wolff Coffee Roasters sell a range of chemexes (and other cool stuff).
- A place called Coffee Shrine sells the Hario Buono pouring kettles (the electric ones aren’t available in Australia yet).
- You can grab the Clever Dripper, Aeropress, and the V60 from Sleepless City Roasters (Toowoomba).
- Ministry Grounds, the Bean Providore, and Market Lane all offer coffee subscriptions.
- I bought my Rockingham cups from Hospitality Depot, and my latte art jug from talkcoffee.com.au.
- Bodum’s double walled cups come in boxes of eight from Kitchen Style.
- The T-Shirts come from Espresso Parts (Viva Barista), Five Senses (exploded Synesso), and from the Australian Specialty Coffee Association.
- Pullman Tampers and other accessories are sold through Things Coffee.
- You can buy a naked portafilter here, there are other places that’ll do the chopping for you.
- Espresso Quest has a website.
- My e-Book Five Steps to Better Coffee is available here (using PayPal).
- BeanScene sells subscriptions here.