Best coffee gifts: 7 festive buys for £60 or less this season

If you, or know some who, loves coffee then these coffee gifts would be worth a shot (or two)

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Coffee lovers rejoice. We've found coffee gifts galore this year for all the java fans on your list. Plus, with the darker mornings calling for a shot of espresso or the drizzly (hopefully snowy) afternoons which are made all snuggly with a hot mocha in hand, these gifts will be even more appreciated. 

The seven coffee gifts listed below span a range of price points, from £7.99 stencils, to a more substantial pick like the Le Creuset espresso coffee mugs. There's even the gift that keeps on giving in the form of a coffee subscription, so there is plenty to consider.

Keep scrolling to see what we found below and get buying now – should the things you're after be available to purchase – before they all sell out. We'll be updating this page frequently and adding more top buys, while yet more coffee gifts and bundles become available. Otherwise, you can find the best prices on the web using our handy pricing tool.

Head to our dedicated Christmas page for more ways to get ready for the big day. It's something we can all look forward to...

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1. Barista & Co Cocoa Stencils

Specifications
Category: Coffee maker accessory
Price range: Less than £10
Reasons to buy
+Easy to use+Durable+Easy to clean
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

Make every cup of coffee a masterpiece with a special touch. Simply place one of the three stencils on the cup and sprinkle with chocolate or cinnamon for that extra special finishing touch. These would make a lovely stocking filler, too, if you're thinking that far ahead.

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2. Le Creuset Espresso Mugs, Set of 6

Specifications
Category: Mugs
Price range: £60
Reasons to buy
+Well presented+Look lovely on display+Made from robust stoneware
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

We LOVE Le Creuset mugs. I mean, who doesn't? And this set of six espresso mugs are already presented in a gift box so even the wrapping is taken care of with this gift. Inside you'll find an assortment of colourful rainbow mugs – Cerise, Volcanic, Dijon Yellow, Palm, Ultraviolet and Teal – which have been made from a robust stoneware which resist chipping, cracking, staining, scratching and colour fading. They're just perfect, in every way, for an espresso or mini pud.

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3. Miroco Milk Frother

Specifications
Category: Coffee maker accessory
Price range: Under £40
Reasons to buy
+Effortless frothed milk+3 foam textures+Strix temperature controls
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

Want to make a latte, cappuccino or even a hot chocolate? Miroco's electric milk steamer will not only froth, but will also warm your milk if you want it to!  There are three different foam textures to choose from – think hot airy foam through to hot dense or cold milk froth – so you can cater to your drink craving of choice. Ooh and this one comes complete with Strix temperature controls and automatically switching off when milk is ready – this is milk frothing at its best!

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4. Bodum Bistro Coffee Grinder

Specifications
Category: Coffee grinder
Price range: Under £40
Reasons to buy
+Easy to use+Versatile chopping+Long lasting
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

If you, or know someone who, has a filter coffee machine then this coffee grinder is a MUST. We have it in our own home and have done for years, so can vouch that it lasts AND it really does an epic job of grinding down the beans. It can even be used for chopping up nuts and spices, so it's a versatile and pretty essential kitchen cupboard item (in our opinion).

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5. Barista & Co Coffee Scoop Spoon

Specifications
Category: Coffee maker accessory
Price range: Less than £15
Reasons to buy
+Internal measure marks+Non-slip handle+Available in 3 colours
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

We like this spoon, very much. It'll easily measure coffee and tea directly from the bag first time and it looks pretty lovely, too. The extended handle will easily reach to the bottom of the bag with the internal measure marks being easily readable for measuring a 6ml teaspoon and 15ml tablespoon, for powders or liquids.

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6. Barista & Co Core French Press Coffee Maker

Specifications
Category: Coffee maker
Price range: Under £30
Reasons to buy
+Made from high grade stainless steel+Ergonomic and easy to clean+Available in 4 colours
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

This French press (aka cafeteria) will make a delicious, velvety coffee from your favourite ground beans. It's ergonomic, easy to clean and just looks good when in use, too. Prefer a lighter bodies coffee? You can add a second filter (sold separately) to the press.

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7. Pact Coffee: £5 off your first coffee subscription

Specifications
Catergory: Coffee subscription
Price range: Under £20
Reasons to buy
+Fairtrade coffee+Good range of subscription options
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing!

With all this talk of coffee we should probably get some beans, grounds or pods into the home so we can start enjoying a brew. Pact Coffee is a subscription coffee service which, although isn't certified organic, we like their philosophy: pay coffee growers more so that they have the time and resources to produce higher-quality coffee. Unlike mainstream brands, Pact invest into speciality coffee, which is produced under better conditions both for the environment and the worker.

Set up a subscription from just £1.95. You'll get world-class speciality coffee, expertly roasted and freshly ground delivered (for FREE) direct to your door. Use code PACTSB1 to redeem.

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