Breville Smart Grinder
This machine offers “a truly high-grade grinding experience.” It features 25 different grind settings and grinds only as much coffee as you need for each pot brewed.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Made for a pour-over coffeemaker, like the hourglass-shaped Chemex, this perforated stainless-steel filter improves the taste of your java by liberating “the tasty tannins” that paper filters typically absorb.
Source: Men’s Journal
Nespresso Pixie Espresso Machine
The 4-inch-wide Pixie “isn’t some lightweight.” Feed it a Nespresso single-cup capsule, and it “pumps out a surprisingly well-structured espresso.”
Keurig Milk Frother
This pitcher will both froth and heat your milk—“and do it all in 90 seconds or less.” Pour coffee into the frothed milk, and “you honestly cannot tell” it’s not a $4 barista-made latte.
It isn’t pretty, but this syringe-like plastic press has built a large following because it encourages “endless experimentation” with coffee-to-water ratios and similar variables.
Source: Los Angeles Times