The best Christmas gifts for coffee lovers

We all know someone who loves coffee. Some of us may even known someone who practically survives on the stuff. I’ve been looking for a Christmas gift for my dad, who runs on coffee. Dependent on how much you want to spend, there are a range of Christmas gifts for coffee lovers available, from gourmet coffee machines to quirky gift sets.

Here’s my pick of the Christmas gifts guaranteed to perk up any coffee lover’s Christmas Day!

Sage by Heston Blumenthal Smart Grinder Pro, Amazon, £179

Sage by Heston Blumenthal Smart Grinder Pro, Christmas gifts for coffee lovers

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Any coffee connoisseur will tell you that grinding your own beans is the best way to ensure they stay fresh and full of flavour. With a sleek, contemporary design and no less than 60 grind settings, each with its own auto-adjusting grind time, Heston Blumenthal’s Sage Smart Grinder Pro is the perfect present for coffee geeks.

Keurig K-Select Coffee Maker, £75

Keurig coffee machine Christmas gift for coffee lovers

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As far as coffee pod machines go, it doesn’t get better than Keurig. The latest coffee maker, the Keurig K-Select, is simple to use, quieter than earlier models and capable of brewing the perfect cup of coffee in under a minute. With four cup sizes, it comes with a Strong Brew option enabling coffee lovers to boost the strength and intensity of their cuppa.

If you’re going to splash out on a Keurig coffee machine, consider opting for 100% compostable coffee pods, like these compostable Keurig K-Cup pods from Gourmesso, as a sustainable alternative to plastic Keuric K-Cups.

Espresso Martini Cocktail Kit, Not on the High Street, £29.95

Contents of epresso martini cocktail kit

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This excellent espresso martini cocktail kit is bound to get any coffee lover into the Christmas spirit. Complete with Lazzaroni amaretto, Tovaritch vodka, and hazelnut and coffee liqeurs, this kit has everything you need to make up to seven espresso martinis.

The Union CoffeeClub subscription, £12.95 per delivery

The Union Coffee Club subscription box

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Feed a coffee lover’s addiction with The Union’s CoffeeClub subscription service. Choose from wholebean, cafetiere, espresso or stovetop/ filter/ aeropress, then decide upon the number and frequency of deliveries – weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Each letterbox-friendly delivery costs £12.95 and contains two 200g bags of coffee, along with information cards.

Yankee Candle Cappuccino Truffle Large Pillar Candle, £15.39

Yankee Candle Cappucino Truffle, Christmas gifts for coffee lovers

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Everyone loves a Yankee Candle, and this cappuccino truffle-scented version is the ideal Christmas gift for coffee lovers. It will fill your favourite coffee lover’s home with the smell of freshly roasted coffee and decadent chocolate for up to 150 hours. Whenever they smell it, they’ll think of you.

Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub Introduction Kit, £29.95

Original Coffee Scrub, christmas gifts for coffee lovers

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What do you get for someone who loves coffee so much, they’d happily rub it all over themselves? Frank Body’s Original Coffee Scrub Introduction Kit, of course. Containing a 200g pack of Original Coffee Scrub to buff away dead skin and a 100ml tube of Body Balm to hydrate afterwards, this set will help any coffee lover scrub up in the morning.

Thomas and Grace Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans, Lakeland, £4.99

Thomas Grace Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans

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Forget Quality Street or Roses. What any coffee lover really wants to be munching on Christmas Day is these Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans from Thomas and Grace. Handcrafted using premium Colombian coffee beans enveloped in creamy milk chocolate, this is one of the best Christmas gifts for coffee lovers I’ve come across.

Do you like coffee? Can you recommend any Christmas gifts for coffee lovers?

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