The best of...coffee accessories
Friis Coffee Vault
“Sipping a sad, flat cup of coffee is not a solid way to start out your day.” Keep your beans fresh and _ avorful with this airtight 16-oz canister. A one-way release valve vents damaging carbon dioxide.
Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill
You won’t get fine espresso grounds out of this durable handoperated burr grinder, but you will get grounds suitable for drip or a French press. Of course, “you’ll also get forearms like Popeye.”
Stagg Pour-over Kettle
The narrow spout and counterbalanced handle on this sleek kettle allow for a slow, steady pour, while the thermometer ensures that your cup of single-origin brew turns out perfect every time.
Source: Bon Appetit
Bonavita Auto Tare
To make a perfect cup, you need to weigh the grounds precisely. This device has a scale accurate to a tenth of a gram, and you can use it to easily track brewing time when you begin a pour-over.
Source: Popular Mechanics
A champ among electric burr grinders in its price range, the quiet, powerful Virtuoso “turns whole beans into uniform grounds with near-perfect precision.” No rivals can match its ability to produce a fine espresso grind.
Source: Consumer Reports ■