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March 12, 2013
Admittedly, our pre-coffee state is less than cutting-edge with the new time change in effect, but these new coffee serving staples make our morning routines far more modern (if not less miserable).
Stainless steel coffee pot by Nick Munro
Nick Munro’s stainless steel cafetiere was inspired by an old bike pump and its sturdy shape won’t shatter like the popular glass versions.
1 / 5
Latina Coffee Jar by Angeletti Ruzzi for Lavazza
A curvy storage jar designed by Angeletti Ruzza and coffee producer Lavazza is comfortable to hold and easy to open. The glossy red acrylic has a white interior, is dishwasher safe, and provides airtight storage for coffee and tea.
2 / 5
Manual Espresso Maker by Presso
Get off the grid with a manual espresso maker. Although it takes a little muscle to get it going, consider it your morning work out (with a very rewarding result).
3 / 5
Morijana ceramic cups
Ceramic cups are a tactile and sophisticated riff on the French style latte bowl. In a pinch, these curved minimalistic, yet tactile cups by Morijana could do double-duty for cereal as well.
4 / 5
Dunk Mug by Dominic Skinner
Designed by Dominic Skinner, this ingenious mug holds your coffee and your cookies, without needing a pesky plate. Dessert for breakfast? Yes, please.
5 / 5
Stainless steel coffee pot by Nick Munro
Nick Munro’s stainless steel cafetiere was inspired by an old bike pump and its sturdy shape won’t shatter like the popular glass versions.

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