Don’t drink muddy hotel juice. Pack a coffee kit.

Traveling started again, great news on so many levels. However, there is one downside for those of us who take our morning cup of joe seriously: foul hotel coffee. The flavorless brown water that appears on most room service trays and oversized jars at the breakfast buffet is no way to wake up. You’re out in the world, need bustling energy, and as always, you deserve great tasting coffee.

Instead of forcing yourself to drink muddy liquids, it’s time to start packing your coffee kit. Don’t worry, all of these suggestions can easily fit into a handbag (some can slip into a luxury handbag or briefcase). Whether you want to enjoy a fresh pour or a French press, grab a cup of espresso, or sample an iced coffee, these 10 travel-friendly products ensure you enjoy Grand Cru Java no matter where in the world you live.

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AeroPress Go Travel Coffee Maker

The OG coffee press is still going strong nearly two decades after it was invented. This smaller model—which includes a cup with lid, ladle, stirrer, and filter holder—brews up to three cups of coffee per press, plus espresso-like coffee and a cold brew. Longtime fans praise her ability to consistently produce mugs that aren’t bitter or firm. $39.95

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Wacaco Minipresso NS

This hand-held gadget is a godsend for Nespresso addicts on the go. Insert a capsule of the original size on top, fill the bottom with boiling water, then use the pump on the side. there he is! Your daily fix is ​​offered. $54.90

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Bucket coffee set

Thoughtfully designed with coffee nerds in mind, the integrated integrated toolkit includes everything needed to make pouring on the road. Inside the sturdy, zippered canister is a pop-up cone, a reusable metal filter (you can use disposable filters, of course), a mug with a lid, a cereal container, and an electric kettle. As long as you have a water port and an outlet, you will never be short of your favorite cup of coffee. 205 bucks

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Planetary design Bru at Home Bundle

Glass French presses may look light, but they are thin and don’t retain heat well. Made of steel and featuring double wall insulation, this stylish and sturdy model can withstand the rigors of travel while keeping your coffee hot. Comes with a coordinating stainless steel case for transporting grains or grounds. $88

south indian stainless steel coffee filter

The small filter group produces flavors that are beyond flavour. Fill it with 2 tablespoons of finely ground coffee and add hot water. After 15 minutes, the bottom cup will contain concentrated coffee still steaming, which should be diluted with three times the amount of milk or water. Whether enjoyed hot or cold, it’s an intense brew that’s guaranteed to beat the most grueling periods of jet lag. $16

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Unido Ninety Plus Geisha Dripkit

When you don’t have a lot of space in your luggage, but still want a barista-level experience in your room, this clever, single-use pouring set features ground beans that have been naturally fermented, emphasizing their fruity and floral undertones, resulting in A lively drink enriched with the colors of cherries and raisins. 7 dollars

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Canyon instant coffee

Don’t worry, this is nothing like Folgers. Sourced from Gedeb, Ethiopia, single-origin coffee beans are roasted, fermented, and freeze-dried to make surprisingly instant coffee with notes of chocolate and cherry. Each box contains six boxes. $18

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jute ultra coffee

Iced coffee on the go without any fuss. Just one tablespoon of concentrated syrup yields a cup of rich coffee flavor and all the caffeine you need to fuel your early morning flight to the airport. Make sure to reserve a room with a small refrigerator as it must be refrigerated after opening. Each set contains 2 bottles, enough for 28 cups. $52

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Yeti Rambler

The gold standard for keeping brewed coffee hot and cold brewed. Sturdy, yet still light, it’s an asset whether on adventure or vacation. The 18-ounce bottle comes covered with a Hot Shot cap, so you can store it in your backpack or handbag without worrying about an epic mess. $30

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India Demerara Sugar

Forget the single-use packets of white sugar and sweeten it with style. This amber cane sugar adds subtle undertones of light molasses and caramel to a cup of coffee. To save space, pack a few crunchy crystals into a small bowl with a lid. $17.33

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