Clear Coffee

What happens when two people who love drinking coffee but hate stained teeth get together? They create the world’s first colorless coffee of course. Brothers David and Adam Nagy, both avid coffee drinkers, founded CLR CFF to produce a coffee that would allow them to get their coffee fix while not having to worry about the stained teeth often associated with heavy coffee drinkers. Made from freshly roasted Arabica beans and pure water, their Clear Coffee uses never-before-used brewing methods to produce a unique colorless brew. There are no preservatives, stabilizers, sugars or sweeteners and, best of all, it won’t stain your teeth. —JB

Stagg EKG & EKG+

Building upon the success of their Stagg pour-over kettle, coffee brewing equipment maker, Fellow, has announced the Stagg EKG and EKG+ electric pour-over kettles. Both kettles share the award winning design esthetics of the original and can achieve a variable range of temperatures from 135°F to 212°F. There is also a convenient hold feature that will maintain water temperature for up to 30 minutes once your desired temperature has been reached. The EKG+ adds bluetooth connectivity and is compatible with Acaia’s Brewer app, allowing you to remotely power the EKG+ on/off, set and monitor the current temperature and keep track of your brewing recipes. The Stagg EKG/EKG+ are available now on Kickstarter with shipping estimated to begin in September 2017. —JB

Nomad Portable Espresso Machine

Don’t let the Nomad fool you. Though it may look simple—and dare I say toy-like—the Nomad from UniTerra Inc. is a serious, portable espresso machine. Unlike the majority of portable espresso makers on the market right now, the Nomad is capable of achieving up to 10 bars of pressure, controllable by the user. This allows for optimal brewing and, what’s more, their patented True Creme Valve helps ensure you pull a perfect shot every time by compensating for coffee grounds and tamping variations. —JB

Hario Cold-Brew Jug & Pitcher

Brew your next batch of cold-brew in style with Hario’s two latest additions in their Mizudashi (cold-brew method) collection. As simple in design as they are in use, both brewers consist of a removable stainless steel strainer and a 8-cup capacity glass carafe—with the only difference being the pour-spout and integrated handle on the pitcher. To brew, simply fill the stainless steel strainer with your favorite freshly ground beans. Next, slowly pour cold water over the grounds until they are completely submerged and the carafe is full. Then place the unit in the refrigerator and let sit for 8 hours. Once your brew is done, remove the strainer and enjoy. —JB