Coffee Essentials

This weekend was extra lovely. I spent Saturday exploring Windy Hill Orchard with food blogger friends and the rest of the weekend watching football and baking. It’s how fall weekends should be spent, no? The tips of the trees are just starting to change color, too.

Fall is for warm beverages, right? Right. Let’s talk about coffee. There are so many ways to drink coffee at home — and you don’t even need one of those fancy, Earth-hurting K-cup things. Instead, you could go for the brewed kind, the French press, the Chemex, the Aeropress. Not to mention espresso and cold-brewed coffee. Options!

Really, there is absolutely no reason for you to be paying $5 for a pumpkin spice latte every day when you could make your own at home. Pick up a few of these coffee essentials and be your own barista. I have faith in you. But first, coffee… // susannah 

Coffee Essentials // Feast + West

1. But First Coffee Thermal Mug by // 2. 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker by Bodum // 3. 6-Cup Coffeemaker by Chemex // 4. Tri-Band Mug by Target // 5. Espresso Cup & Saucer by Nero // 6. Espresso Cup & Saucer by Nero // 7. Coffee Press by AeroPress // 8. Copper Coffee Grinder by Cost Plus World Market // 9. Coffee Tin by Dot & Bo // 10. Grady by Cold Brew Bags, set of 4 // 11. Coffee Subscription by Pony Brand Coffee // 12. Retro Coffee Maker by Nostalgia Electrics // 13. Milk Frother by Bodum // 14. Coffee Cup Cozy by Natalya 1905 // 15. Gold Coffee Spoon by Villeroy & Boch // 16. Octopus Creamer and Sugar Bowl by Jessica Howard Ceramics

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  1. meredith f says

    real talk – i just learned how to use a french press a few months ago, but it has completely changed my coffee game. also, i have no. 9 but haven’t quite figured out how to use it. finally, i recently discovered the youtube channel “peaceful cuisine” (i think you might like it?) and he makes a pumpkin spice latte that looks scrumptious.

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