Cafflano Klassic Crams An Entire Coffee Setup Into A Travel Mug

Whether you like a simple pot of boiled beans or a fancier maker like the Chemex 8-Cup Classic Series Coffeemaker – Best Multi-Cup Pour Over Coffee Maker, you’ll like the simple coffee solution below.

If you’re fussy about coffee, beyond a certain point you’ll want to make your own as much as possible. But on the go, that can be something of a pain in the butt when you’re traveling. Or, if you’ve got a tiny apartment, you may want good coffee but you may not be able to fit all the tools you need into a tiny space. Fortunately, those who are fussy now have an option that packs pretty much every tool you need into a travel mug space, whether you’re on the go or in a small space. Meet the Cafflano Klassic.

Coffee Klatsch

The Klassic is pretty much everything packed in. There’s a drip kettle, stainless steel drip filter, a folding grinder, and, of course, a tumbler. The grinder has a ceramic stone and a folding arm, so it’s compact, but still capable of grinding beans efficiently. The filter is microetched stainless steel to keep you from using paper filters, and uses microchip technology to get all the grit and other stuff out. Just get the water through into the drip kettle, pour it into the insulated tumbler, and enjoy. About the only thing it can’t do is espresso, and that’s another set of travel stuff entirely.

Really, the only thing you’re missing here is the beans, the condiments you might want to add to it, and your favorite mug. But really, you can’t have everything when you travel.

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The Cafflano Klassic in its storage mode
Cafflano Klassic, fully assembled

Now, granted, adding another item to your travel kit may not be appealing to every coffee fan. But on the other hand, if you’re sick of travel coffee, it might be worth it. Similarly, if you’ve got a tiny apartment, this might finally cram everything into one place and get your coffee on without taking up a ton of space.

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Dan Seitz

Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.

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