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Holiday Gift Ideas for Coffee and Tea Lovers

Updated on October 30, 2007

Gourmet beverages make great holiday gift ideas for those folks on your holiday shopping list who really appreciate a great cup of coffee or tea. One of the great things about giving a gift of coffee or tea is that you can easily tailor your gift selection to match your budget. These types of gifts are available in a full spectrum, from inexpensive options perfect for co-workers, your children's teachers, etc. to extravagant gift basket selections appropriate for your closest friends and relatives.

Gift Ideas for Coffee Lovers

For Those Who Truly Appreciate Freshness

The Senseo coffee maker is designed to make one serving at a time, which appeals greatly to those who feel that freshness is the most important component of a great cup of coffee. Designed to be used with special Senseo coffee pods, available in a wide variety of flavors, this is a great gift idea for gourmet coffee lovers who appreciate a freshly brewed cup of coffee every time.

For the Environmentally Conscious Coffee Connoisseur:

Jim's Organic Coffee: This delicious, certified organic coffee is hand roasted and vacuum packaged for the best taste and freshness. Jim's Organic Coffee is available in whole bean as well as fine, medium, coarse, and espresso grinds. Several blends and roasts are available, as are caffeinated and decaffeinated varieties.

For Those Who Love a Great Cup of Cappuccino

Victorian Inn instant cappuccino mix is a delightful gift for those who enjoy rich, creamy cappuccino beverages that are easy to make. Available flavors include: Almond Amaretto, English Toffee, French Vanilla, Irish Crème, White Chocolate Caramel, and more.

Gift Ideas for Tea Lovers:

For Those Who Enjoy Tea Bags

Market Spice Tea: Made in Seattle, Market Spice teas have a reputation for excellent taste at an affordable price. This delicious tea has been around since 1911, so it is bound to appeal to the traditional tea drinkers in your life. Market Spice also markets a line of gourmet honey products, so you can create a perfect combination gift for those who love hot tea with honey honey.

For Those Who Love Loose Teas:

Golden Moon Tea: True tea lovers will appreciate tins of delicious and healthful high quality loose leaf tea from Golden Moon. This tea, which won first place for best flavor at the World Tea Expo is a perfect choice for those who appreciate the finest teas. Select from a variety of flavors available in individual tins as well as gift sets.

Any Suggestions?

Have another great holiday gift idea for coffee and tea lovers? Post it in the comments below, or create your own hub!


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    Rebecca Graf 9 years ago from Wisconsin

    Great ideas. My in-laws love coffee and other I know love the organic kinds. Thanks for the gift suggestions.

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    Erin  10 years ago

    I drink Jim's Organic coffee almost everyday and absolutely love it!! I think that giving it as a gift is such a great idea for the holidays! I'm addicted to my coffee and have tried every major chain and brand but fell in love with Jim's. If you haven't tried it yet you should!

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    Caitlin 10 years ago

    I drink Jim's Organic coffee every day before work, it is my favorite, and as an added bonus it is all organic and fair trade! I was actually thinking about giving it as a gift to a co-worker who only drinks organic coffee and this site made me realize what a great idea that is!

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    Kate W. 10 years ago

    Jim's Organic Coffee is great tasting and really high quality! The best part about it is it's 100% Organic!!! I love it.

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    Linda  10 years ago

    Golden Moon is the best! The leaves are big and have so much flavor you can use them more than once. The flavors are bright but you can still taste the tea. They obviously use really, really good tea. And, you know, using loose leaf tea is easier than grinding coffee beans - and the results are spectacular. No more tea bags for me.