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Score Product Price Our Take
84
$9
Editors' Choice Award
Great taste, easy to use, and lightweight, we loved this plastic iteration of the classic glass and ceramic versions.
78
$45
Top Pick Award
The Planetary Design French Press is insulated, durable, and has a screen that fully stops extraction once pressed.
78
$35
One of our favorite coffee makers and it's filterless to boot!
77
$6
Best Buy Award
If you're on a budget but love pour over coffee, the Melitta 1-Cup is a fantastic option.
75
$30
The Snow Peak Collapsible Coffee Drip brews nicely and is great for travel despite being a bit on the heavy side.
75
$35
Top Pick Award
The superfine double filter and extraction-stopping plunger of the Espro Travel Press made for a very excellent brew.
75
$30
Top Pick Award
While the AeroPress has a bit of a learning curve, the final flavor was the best in our test suite.
74
$10
Top Pick Award
Durable, light, and compact, the Primula is a fantastic option for backpacking trips or any kind of light travel.
74
$13
Innovative and compact, the GSI Collapsible Java Drip is perfect for small spaces and larger groups.
74
$45
Top Pick Award
If you need to serve up quality coffee for a larger group, look no farther than the iconic and well-performing Bialetti Moka Express.
73
$17
The MSR MugMate is a tried-and-true no-fuss filter that can also be used for steeping tea and pre-filtering water.
72
$56
We had high hopes for this lightweight press but be ready to strain a few grounds with your teeth as the filter leaves a bit to be desired.
69
$40
Top Pick Award
The stovetop espresso set is easy to use and brews right into the included cup - just make sure it won't fall through the grates of your stove.
67
$10
The JetBoil Coffee Press is light, easy to transport, and convenient, but if you need your stove for other things this may not be the best option.
66
$10
If you are counting every gram in your bag, this is a great ultralight option - just be sure to pour carefully.
66
$30
If you love French press coffee on the go, the GSI Personal Java Press is a solid choice, though it is on the heavy side and harder to clean.
63
$20
Top Pick Award
This instant coffee is impressive enough to fool an unsuspecting consumer. Color us both caffeinated and impressed!
63
$17
This is a craft instant for coffee lovers that don't want to sacrifice any more flavor than necessary.
52
$25
The Farberware Yosemite 8-Cup Coffee Percolator is tricky to use and doesn't produce nearly as nice a final cup as most of the other models in our review.
43
$110
The Coleman QuikPot is an interesting concept, but it's expensive and doesn't measure up to our standard for a good morning brew.