We don’t care what age you are – nobody is too old for a coffee advent calendar.
But if you want to ditch the cheap chocolate and opt for something a bit more special, getting that coffee lover in your life (or yourself) a coffee advent calendar is perfect.
There are dozens to choose from too, whether they love instant, whole bean, pour-over or have a pod machine.
We have picked out the best coffee advent calendars which we would love to be opening throughout advent ourselves, so you or your giftee won’t be disappointed.
Pact is one of the biggest names in coffee, so an advent calendar was in demand. And they listened. Introducing the Pact coffee advent calendar.
It includes 25 (yes, 25 – you don’t just get a coffee up until Christmas Eve) individual coffees, ranging from rich and chocolatey to light and fruity. The coffee is pre-ground to suit cafetière, Aeropress and drip brewing methods, and it even includes Limited Edition sell-outs and top picks from the team.
It is the most anticipated coffee pod advent calendar of the year, for Nespresso pod machine users anyway.
In fact, it is so hyped that it goes on a bit of a flash sale…and 2019’s sold out pretty much instantly. It will take you from December 1st to the 23rd, and you get a little gift on the 24th.
So, bookmark the page and check daily for a sale date.
The 2019 Yawn Brew calendar was super popular, but 2020 brings us something new and improved.
With a window to open every single day, 18g of coffee is in every sachet which is double last year. A quarter of the brews are brand new finds, and this year, the sachets and box are all biodegradable.
You can choose from a french press grind or whole bean.
Advent calendars can be a bit samey, which is why this one is one of the best in our minds.
You get some picks of their specialty hand-roasted coffee, but you’ll also receive teas and fruit tisanes, as well as Neapolitan chocolates and other goodies. What are these goodies? Well, they wouldn’t want to spoil the surprise for you…
Every thought has gone into it, being handmade and packed, so you get something unique. The same things aren’t behind every door either, so if you get your other half one too, just because they got a certain coffee doesn’t mean you will too.
The previous three Perkulatte advent calendars have been a soaring success, so it is back again.
As before, the 24 day Christmas coffee advent calendar is full of 12 different coffees. You get 20g of coffee in each sachet which will just be enough to get your day started. Available in whole bean, cafetiere, french press or Aeropress grinds.
It will be dispatched starting mid-November so it is super fresh at the start of advent.
Beanies coffee is the brand to go for if you’re after flavoured instant coffee. So, whether they are a fan of the stuff, or you think they’d like to try something a bit on the wild side, this is something different.
There are 24 windows, and it is pretty great value with what you get. You get 46 Beanies coffee stick sachets (which works out as 2 per day), as well as a Beanies travel cup and a full-sized jar of Beanies coffee.
It’s sugar-free and suitable for vegans, and while you can’t get to choose the colour of the cup or the jar flavour you get, the value is pretty incredible.
This isn’t technically an advent calendar, so not one for people who absolutely have to open the windows. But, it will start their day (and the countdown to the big day) off correctly.
You get 24 sachets with 9g of coffee in them, which is good for espresso.
Including Nespresso compatible aluminium capsules for anybody with a pod machine and who wants something eco-friendly.
The pods are recyclable, and all of the coffee is sustainable with UTZ-certified farms used. You get 24 pods, one for each day, and the name of every capsule is inside the door so they know what they are drinking before they pop it in the machine.
24 coffees from all over the world, and 25g of coffee per day. This is enough to make a cafetiere-worth of coffee, which is good news for the rest of the family.
Every coffee is detailed on the back of the calendar, with strong espressos, flavoured coffees and blends from different countries detailed. It is a pretty huge box, and there is punched in holes at the back so you can hang it on the wall within easy reach of your kettle.
After the purchase, you get send a brochure with some extra info about the coffees.