If you have a partner who’s notoriously difficult to buy gifts for, birthdays and holidays can provoke a distinct sense of dread. An easy way to figure out gifts, however, is to latch onto one of their hobbies or personality traits and run from there. Are they a dog walker, a computer whiz, a chemistry professor, a yoga enthusiast, or even a coffee lover? Luckily, for those of you whose romantic partners are coffeeholics, this is the gift list for you.
1. A Locally-Made Ceramic Mug
Tap into your local community to find a unique, one-of-a-kind mug that will stand out in your (probably vast) mug shelf. You probably have at least a few ceramic artists who make mugs for a living, and your partner is sure to appreciate the sweet, local touch in your gift. You might even be able to create a custom order with an artist to create something your partner will truly love.
2. A Coffee Club Membership
It’s easy to get bored of the same old brews and shops — so why not introduce your partner to diverse, exotic flavors they may never have touched otherwise? Get them a coffee club membership that will deliver right to your doorstep.
3. A New Espresso Machine
If you have some money to drop, invest in your partner’s coffee addiction by giving them the ability to brew their own espresso at home.
4. Coffee Wall Art
You can help your partner show off their love of coffee in their home by tracking down some unique coffee art for their walls, mantlepiece, or desk. Perhaps you can tap into a local artist or two, but there are sure to be plenty of options on national ecommerce sites, as well.
Picky partners are difficult to shop for, but if your partner is a coffee lover, this list will make your gift-giving a breeze. Grind out your gifts with these four ideas!