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Some dads love their coffee almost as much as their children. Whether they’re sipping a morning latte or evening espresso, these guys are never without a cup of joe. In honor of Father’s Day, we pulled together some of the best coffee relatedgifts that appeal to java-drinking dads everywhere. Whether it’s a high-tech gadget or a pun-filled mug, these items are sure to please the pickiest drinkers of them all. And thanks to the wonders of the modern supply chain, (also known as Amazon Prime) most will still arrive by Sunday!

Bourbon Infused Coffee, $20 at Uncommon Goods

bourbon infused coffee

Uncommon Goods

Here’s the perfect gift for the dad who is equally obsessed with booze as they are with coffee. These beans are infused with bourbon so you can have a taste of Kentucky’s best spirit alongside your breakfast.Buy Now

Related Reading: The Best Gifts for Booze-Loving Dads

Zulay Milk Frother, $14.99 on Amazon

milk frother


With this handy milk frother, dad can create the lattes of his dreams. This comes with a lifetime warranty, which your dad is also sure to approve of.Buy Now

Dad Joke Coffee Mug, $15.95 on Amazon


If your dad is running low on jokes, this mug is here to supply him with a lifetime of cheesy puns, including this classic: Why did the coffee file a police report? It got mugged! Just pretend to laugh the next time you pour him a cup.Buy Now

Drift Away Coffee Subscription (price and plans vary)

Driftaway Coffee subscription


There are a lot of coffee subscription services on the market, but what we appreciate about Drift Away is that it provides customized orders based on your taste preferences. It’s the perfect way to ensure dad gets his favorite roast without doing any guesswork.Buy Now

Read More: Best Father’s Day Gifts for Dads Who Love Breakfast

Steampunk Coffee Grinder, $65 at Uncommon Goods

Uncommon Goods

This old-timey coffee grinder is the perfect way for dad to crank up his morning routine; highly recommended for steampunk obsessives everywhere.Buy Now

Coffee Bell, $7.98 on Amazon


Depending on your living situation, this could make for a dangerous present. After all, gifting dad a bell that explicitly says “ring for coffee” means he will definitely take advantage of that offer. Better get used to a lot of ding-ding-dinging!Buy Now

French Press Coffee Maker, $25 on Amazon


This shiny, stainless steel French press is a great way to make a strong morning brew and a great entry level model if you think dad’s likely to go back to his cheap drip coffee maker at some point.Buy Now

Pop Chart Espresso Poster, $30 on Amazon

espresso chart poster


This poster is not only aesthetically pleasing, but incredibly practical. It features loads of recipes and ratios for all your favorite coffee drinks. Dad will never forget the difference between an Americano and a flat white again when this work of art is hanging in his office.Buy Now

Mug Warmer, $18.99 on Amazon


Dad can keep his coffee nice and hot, instead of gross and lukewarm, with this hot plate. Now he can continue to sip at a long and leisurely pace without fear of the temperature dropping at all.Buy Now

Coffee Puzzle, $17.94 on Amazon

vintage coffee puzzle


With 1,000 pieces, this jigsaw puzzle will keep dad busy for days. While he attempts to put it together, he’ll also probably regale you with stories about coffee companies that no longer exist. Those were the good old days.Buy Now

Mini Espresso Maker, $40.49 on Amazon

mini espresso maker


This mini espresso maker is a portable gift from the gods. Now dad can never go without a well-needed shot of caffeine to help him through the day.Buy Now

Thirsty for more? Check out 12 Coffee Products You Never Knew You Needed, and see CNET’s Best Coffee Grinders.

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