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talley
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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2010, 7:23am
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I'm looking for this year's trendiest, hippest, coolest, (you get the point...) coffee-related stocking stuffers.

Any ideas?
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Posted Wed Dec 1, 2010, 4:01pm
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talley Said:

I'm looking for this year's trendiest, hippest, coolest, (you get the point...) coffee-related stocking stuffers.

Any ideas?

Posted November 30, 2010 link

5 pounds of www.HulaDaddy.com 's best 100% Kona.

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Posted Wed Dec 1, 2010, 4:29pm
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talley Said:

I'm looking for this year's trendiest, hippest, coolest, (you get the point...) coffee-related stocking stuffers.

Any ideas?

Posted November 30, 2010 link

Easy.  A KONE married to a Chemex or an 02 Ceramic Pourover:

http://coava.myshopify.com/products/kone

 
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Posted Wed Dec 1, 2010, 6:29pm
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I'll gladly take any of these:

You could also add the following for others

I'd better stop, I think I can keep going a long time and may even make me buy something.

 
-Chris

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Posted Thu Dec 2, 2010, 7:11am
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@Yakster -- awesome list!!  Wow, and with links!  Too easy.  I'm debating who all I should forward this list to now...  :)

Looks like you're from CA!  I just moved to Orange County a few months ago (previously in MT).  Do you know of any amazing shops I must try??


p.s.  @Chris and @Yakster:  How have I never heard of the Kone?  I love it already.
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Posted Sun May 29, 2011, 9:54am
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Check out this new game called Coffee Talk Game.  It is a game that's all about the joy of conversation.  It comes packaged in a unique coffee bag.  Great as a gift for coffee and game lovers.  

www.coffeetalkgame.com

Become a fan at www.facebook.com/coffeetalkgame   and get regular updates , enter a contest to win a free game and more.  

Thanks!
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Posted Wed Nov 2, 2011, 5:00am
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wow, that list is great.

Also, checked out the game. It is a cute idea, but the game itself doesn't really have anything to do with coffee, does it? despite of that, it sounds like a cute idea. I would prefer the gifts from the list above to be in my stockings :D
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Posted Fri Nov 4, 2011, 10:16am
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I ordered some of the Ethiopia Harar Longberry that Sweet Maria's just got in... going to roast them in the new Behmor that am getting off of the UPS truck today... then I'm going to bag them in my new gold valved coffee bags and stuff all of my coffee-drinking relatives' stockings.  (They better hope they have stockings, or I'll have to look for some other place to stuff it...lol.)
Trick or Treat!  errrr... Merry Christmas

Edit: I didn't mean to hijack your thread... I guess I got too excited about the Behmor.  Hopefully others will jump in with more good ideas for stocking stuffers.

 
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Posted Wed Nov 9, 2011, 5:21am
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I must say, I have been a huge fan of the Behmor for a few years. Just recently I decided to finally take the next step and purchase a Hottop. I am still stoked about my new kitchen addition. If you have an extremely generous Santa you should ask for a Hottop :P

I had a USB Coffee-mug warmer in my stockings last year. It is very practical since I have to do a lot of work on the pc and my coffee always gets cold, especially when I get one phone call after another. With the Coffee mug warmer, my coffee stays warm! I thought it was a great gift.
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Posted Wed Nov 9, 2011, 6:49am
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Taking it from the point of view of how can i work my hobby into gifts for the family. I roasted a few different kinds of beans but you can purchase them roasted. We cover some with a couple kinds of chocolate and put them in little bags tied with ribbon some bags for eating and some for grinding. We made up and wrap some biscotti and our own dipped decorate or own coffee spoons. But it all together in a basket with a couple of cool coffee cups and viola. You can drop they goodies into stocking hung by the fire just as easy :)

 
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