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New! CoffeeSmarts

Flavored lattes originated in: Seattle Rome Portland Vienna You’ll find out the answer to this and 59 other caffeinated trivia questions in CoffeeSmarts, a fun and interesting Q&A game that covers everything from coffee history to concoctions. In addition to…

New! Baratza PortaHolder

Grab a few extra seconds in the morning with the Baratza PortaHolder attachment, made for Baratza Maestro, Maestro Plus or Virtuoso grinders. Insert the PortaHolder into the grounds bin slot and you’ll be able to rest your portafilter there, set…

New! La Pavoni Manual Espresso Machines

Get back to espresso’s roots with these gorgeous and easy-to-use manual espresso machines by La Pavoni! Featuring a variety of beautiful finishes – from chrome with wood accents to gold-plated brass — La Pavoni’s traditional lever-style espresso extraction is an…

New! Coffee: Scrumptious Drinks & Treats

Irish Coffee Tart or Profiteroles with Coffee Ice Cream & Warm Chocolate Sauce? Who can choose? We certainly can’t — and now, we don’t have to! We love Betty Rosbottom’s elegant and treat-filled book Coffee: Scrumptious Drinks & Treats so…

New! DeLonghi Alicia Moka Espresso Maker

We love DeLonghi’s Alicia Moka Espresso Maker because it’s very portable and easy to use. Utilizing the Italian Moka method for espresso extraction, this compact unit makes a rich, tasty brew anywhere near an outlet. Great for the home or…

New! Coffee Bean Vac

Never taste stale coffee again! The Coffee Bean Vac is a portable, vacuum-sealed unit that keeps everything from coffee beans to brown sugar fresh and delicious. Since it’s cordless, you can keep it anywhere on your counter top, in your…

New! DeLonghi Nespresso Lattissima

Striking design and fool-proof functionality combine in the Nespresso Lattissima. This eye catching superautomatic espresso machine is perfect for those of us that are morning-challenged. The patented coffee capsules take out all of the guess work around coffee grind level,…

Delicious Espresso — Anywhere!

What will they think of next? The most robust mountaineer is probably loathe to admit she may need a little kick in the pants on the last leg of the climb, but, thanks to the Handpresso, she can sneak a…