12 Christmas Coffees to Fill Your Mug with Holiday Cheer
December days just got merrier. We found Christmas coffee for any palate. (Bonus: They all pair well with Christmas cookies!)
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Harry’s Christmas Blend
Harry & David is one of our go-tos for ordering everything from Christmas gift baskets to delicious food gifts. But don’t sleep on their coffee, either. Harry’s Christmas blend merges flavors of butterscotch and caramel for a sweet morning pick-me-up. Pair it with one of these Christmas mugs for festive winter mornings.
Miracle On North 6th Street
No, this isn’t the iconic holiday movie. Rather, Partners Coffee fans can look forward to sipping the Miracle On North 6th Street holiday blend. This balanced blend puts forth flavors of orange, honey, cranberry and spices. Plus, the beans are sustainably sourced from the brand’s partners in Africa and Central America. We’ll drink to that! It’s one of our favorite gifts for coffee lovers.
When you’re craving the smooth taste of Irish coffee Bones Coffee Company has you covered. Their Irish Cream coffee captures all the familiar flavors and mouthfeels—creamy, nutty and rich—minus the booze. For extra indulgence, pair with frothed heavy cream or even a small scoop of vanilla ice cream. (Hey, it’s Christmas!) For more indulgences, turn to these Goldbelly food gifts.
‘Tis the season for a little friendly competition. This holiday blend from Equator Coffees was crowned this year’s winner in a contest amongst their roasters. Wake up to flavors of raspberry, vanilla, nutmeg and apple. And for best results, pair with a few of our berry shortbread dreams. (We wouldn’t say no to delivered Christmas cookies, either.)
Williams Sonoma is famous for their fan-favorite peppermint bark. And now, they’ve captured the magic in capsules. These peppermint bark coffee capsules work in your Nespresso machine to pull a rich, velvety and minty espresso pour. Plus, with a $9 price tag for 10 coffee capsules, this pick makes a great stocking stuffer.
As a kid, there was nothing better than a snow day. Relive those memories of waiting for a phone call or for your school’s name to scroll across the TV screen with Grounds & Hounds snow day roast. This is a dark, savory Christmas coffee with notes of dark chocolate, ginger and graham cracker. It makes for a cozy winter gift! Plus, a portion of every sale goes to support dogs in need.
Christmas Coffee Blend
Whittard’s Christmas coffee blend is the ideal companion for a dark, snowy night. Flavors of roasted hazelnuts will keep you warm as you curl up for a long winter’s nap. And that tin? It’s a beautiful, reusable bonus. Speaking of reusable, have you seen these re-fillable Advent calendars?
Remember those chocolate oranges St. Nick left in your stocking as a kid? Stumptown’s Evergreen coffee blend evokes those nostalgic, familiar flavors. Notes of citrus, chocolate and vanilla pair beautifully with a batch of orange cinnamon rolls for the ultimate holiday breakfast.
Naughty or Nice Grogg
If you’re looking for Christmas in a cup, this is it. As a Wisconsinite, I’m a big fan of Door County Coffee. And I look forward to their Naughty or Nice Grogg every year. With flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and dark rum, it’s a delicious Christmas coffee that packs a warm punch. This brand made the list of our best coffee Advent calendars, too.
Cookie butter is an often overlooked holiday flavor. It adds a sweet warmth to nearly any treat (hello, caramel-pecan cookie butter bars). And coffee is no exception. This Christmas coffee from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf evokes spicy cinnamon, sweet cookie butter and snappy ginger. I think even Buddy the Elf could get on board with that!
Would our Christmas coffee list be complete without a peppermint mocha? No. And this medium roast “Clever Cardinal” blend from Chamberlain Coffee is ready for revelry. The dynamic flavor duo—crisp peppermint and rich chocolate—are ready for any holiday occasion. Pair it with one of our Christmas chocolate gifts.
Do you remember that scene in It’s a Wonderful Life when Clarence orders a mulled wine? The revelry blend from Wonderstate Coffee won’t get you kicked out of the bar, but it does pay homage to holidays’ past. Notes of fig, fruitcake and honeysuckle remind us of the flavors found in both mulled wine and fruitcake. By the way, here’s what Christmas looked like the year you were born.
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