GUIDE: National

Coffee (& Tea) Connoisseurs

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    Barrington Coffee

    Lee, MA can now be added to the list of the best places for coffee thanks to Barrington Coffee, a small batch roaster that’s been committed to quality, sustainable coffee—sourced directly from the world’s finest farms—for over 20 years. READ REVIEW

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    Blue Bottle Coffee

    Find out why Food & Wine magazine chose Blue Bottle Coffee as one of their 100 Tastes to Try. READ REVIEW

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    Bodum

    This Scandinavia company could be your one-stop shop for affordable presents this year if you have friends who care dearly about caffeine. READ REVIEW

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    Crop to Cup Coffee

    The company works directly with fair-trade, sustainable farmers in East Africa bringing those high-grade beans straight to your French press. READ REVIEW

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    Driftaway Coffee

    With fresh-roasted, single origin beans and personal touches like a brewing guide and tips for making café-caliber coffee at home, your new morning ritual will be far from a grind. READ REVIEW

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    Grady's Cold Brew

    What could be better than sitting in an outdoor café in New Orleans, eating a beignet and sipping on a creamy glass of chicory flavored iced coffee? How about getting to drink that same great iced coffee every day—at home. READ REVIEW

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    In Pursuit of Tea

    In Pursuit of Tea front man Sebastian Beckwith traverses the remotest regions of Asia and India seeking out small farmers whose skilled handiwork and traditional methods produce exceptionally fragrant varieties. READ REVIEW

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    Intelligentsia Coffee

    Intelligentsia is one of the few U.S. specialty coffee roasters to focus on seasonal coffees which are picked, roasted and sold within 10 months of harvest. READ REVIEW

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    LAMILL

    If your coffee is more than just a caffeine fix, you will love this complex, nuanced, and truly superior cup of joe—even if you don’t live in LA. READ REVIEW

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    MarketSpice

    If your summer weeks threaten to stretch out in a haze of heat and ho-hum eats, turn to Seattle's MarketSpice for treats both hot and cold. READ REVIEW


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