Best Gifts for Coffee Loving Campers
Know a camper who can’t make it through the morning without their coffee? I’ve compiled a list of 15 gifts any coffee lover would want…I even found one for the coffee loving Harry Potter fan. Scroll down to see…it’s my favorite!
Bean Box Gourmet Coffee Gift Box — Bean Box is a subscription service that selects 4 gourmet coffees from Seattle’s top small-batch roasters. This gift will keep on giving.
Porlex Mini Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder — Fresh ground coffee at your campsite. This little coffee grinder has ceramic conical burrs to grind your coffee from powder to french press.
YETI Rambler 14 oz. Stainless Vacuum Insulated Mug with Lid — According to YETI this is the toughest and most over engineered camp mug out there. It has a wider handle to fit gloved hands, the beautiful seafoam color won’t scratch (if seafoam isn’t your thing it comes in several other colors) and it’s doube-walled vacuum insulation keeps your coffee hot to the last sip.
Wacaco Minipresso Portable Espresso Machine — A perfect gift for the serious coffee drinker. It’s kind of crazy how perfect this little guy is. It weighs in at .8lbs, doesn’t require compressed air or N2O and is hand operated. If you have a Nespresso machine at home they also make a model that works with your capsules!
Beast 30oz. Tumbler with Lid, 2 Straws and Brush — This bundle is good for hot and iced coffee drinkers. At a stonking 30oz you’re sure to get your coffee fix with this mug. It comes in lots of colors, is stainless steel, comes with a brush to clean the reusable straws and has a spill-proof lid.
Kuju Coffee Pocket PourOver — These little pour over packets are genius. They anchor to your mug without any extra brewing equipment, include the filter and are filled with ethically sourced coffee. Great for backpackers and campers alike.
Skinny Dipped Almonds, Dark Chocolate Espresso — These could be the perfect camping snack. A little protein from the almond, a little zing from the coffee and a layer of dark chocolate to bring it all together.
Bialetti Moka Express Espresso Maker — The moka is one of my favorite coffee makers. It’s simple, easy to use and makes perfect espresso. I recommend getting the 6-cup model so you can have a few cups or if you’re feeling generous you can share.
Classic Espresso Lungo Double Wall Stainless Steel Cup Set — Once you’ve brewed up your perfect every time Moka espresso, serve your coffee up in one of these perfect little espresso cups. They’re double walled to keep your double shot warm and durable thanks to their stainless steel design.
Espresso Patronum T-Shirt — Espresso meets Harry Potter with this t-shirt. Frankly it was just to much to resist so I had to include it in this gift guide. Accio Espresso!
Overmont Camping Kettle — Every pour over coffee needs to start with some hot water. Overmont’s camping kettle is made with hard-anodized aluminum, the handle is wrapped with insulated plastic and the spout is shaped to allow for easy steam exit. It’s lightweight and heats your water quickly.
Adventure Enamel Camping Mugs — Cute and cheerful, these enamel camping mugs are fun and a little bit nostalgic. They might not keep your coffee as warm as an insulated mug, but they look sure look good.
nutpods French Vanilla Dairy-Free Creamer — Just because you’re lactose intolerant, or vegan or doesn’t mean you don’t want creamy coffee. nut pods is an almond and coconut creamer that’s tasty, certified vegan, kosher, gluten-free and non GMO.
Wolecok Silicone Collapsible Pour Over Coffee Brewer — This collapsible pour over brewer is perfect for backpacking and camping. It’s made from BPAfree silicone that won’t absorb flavors or smells. You will need to bring along some pour over coffee filters, but it’s worth it for a perfect morning coffee ritual.
Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub — You might not take this one camping, but you will probably need it after a week in the wilderness. Ground coffee and sweet almond oil will scrub the dirt off and have you smelling fresh.