I always consider quality gear to be a great investment in a morning coffee routine. Whether you're looking to purchase a basic setup or upgrade your daily coffee experience, you'll find my suggested equipment below. Please contact me with any questions.
Regardless of how you brew your coffee, I always recommend a simple food scale!
Single-origin specialty coffee is best when ground just before brewing. Whether you're brewing using a drip machine, pourover, french press, or aeropress, a reliable, consistent grinder is a must. Here are some recommended coffee grinders, at various price points:
Best for Filter Coffee
Best Budget Grinder
Drip Coffee Brewers
A good drip coffee brewer will heat water to an appropriate brewing temperature and will evenly distribute that water over the grounds. If you already have a Keurig, here is a Reusable K-Cup Pod.
A great drip brewer - SCA Certified
OXO Brew 9 Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Maker
A budget concious brewer
Ninja CE251 Programmable Brewer
Pourovers allow for the most control over your brewing experience. Dial-in your extraction with precise water temperatures, coffee:water ratios, grind size, and pouring techniques. The gear below, along with a pourover technique video, will help you get the most out of your specialty coffee.
Hario V60 Plastic Coffee Dripper
Stove Top Gooseneck Kettle with Thermometer
Electric Gooseneck Kettle with Precise Temperature Control
Bonavita 1L Digital Variable Temperature Gooseneck Electric Kettle