14 Coffee Gifts for Your Valentine


“Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love.” — Charles Maurice de Talleyrand

Looking for a sweet coffee gift for your Valentine angel . . . ?

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, our top 14 suggestions for coffee-related tokens of your affection:

ibrik for turkish coffee

1. To present your love (and your coffee) in form Talleyrand himself would appreciate: A vintage Ibrik

green coffee beans

2. For the beginning home roaster: A green bean sampler from Sweet Marias

counter culture coffee

3. To say: “My love will last beyond February” – a coffee subscription from Counter Culture Coffee


4. An artistic infographic: Know Your Coffees

hario grinder

5. To keep love hands-on and fresh: a Hario grinder


6. For the espresso lover who has everything: A luxury upgrade, in the form of a Vanelli rosewood tamper


7. To say: “You Complete Me” – a complete AeroPress Kit


8. For the book worm: Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World


9. To see just how hot your love is: a Taylor Classic Thermometer


10. I’ve got my love (and my glass) to keep me warm: A set of 2 Bodum Thermal Tumblers

aerolatte milk frother

11. To say: “You had me at sweet and frothy” – an Aerolatte Milk Frother


12. Proud of the match you made? Tell her (or him) that she’s (or he’s) clever: Clever Coffee Dripper


13. To say: “I love you beyond all measure and time” – a Hario scale (with timer!)


14. For a love that keeps on growing: A Grow Your Own Coffee Kit


Need a card to go with the above? The ultimate sentiment from one coffee lover to another: “I love you more than coffee.”


{But don’t say it unless you really mean it!}


Share some words of coffee love with us in the comments below!


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Robyn is a freelance writer, editor and a serious foodie. A native of Seattle, she has found a new home in Northern California where she splits her time about equally between hiking in the redwoods and typing in local coffee shops. In addition to writing for CoffeeKrave, Robyn is currently working on a project to produce a short animated documentary—"Clipped and Tucked"—about her adventures in cooking recipes from antique cookbooks.

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