EComm, Everything You Need to Get Your Coffeehouse Fix at Home

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Do you feel like you're the last person on earth who still hasn't made one of those whipped coffees that are all over TikTok? Well, we have the recipe for you, plus all sorts of coffeehouse essentials for making the perfect cup of joe at home.

First things first: whipped coffee (also known as dalgona coffee). You will need 2 tbsp. granulated sugar, 2 tbsp. instant coffee, 2 tbsp. cold water, ice and milk to make this Insta-worthy beverage, according to Delish. Simply combine the sugar, coffee and water in a bowl and then whisk it until it turns foamy. Fill a glass with mostly ice and milk, and then top it with your coffee mixture. It's simple as that!

If you're trying to get your coffeehouse fix at home, also be sure to shop the 12 items below that will save you money on all of those to-go orders in the long run.

Blend Box

First, invest in some nice coffee beans. We recommend this variety pack from California-based brand Blue Bottle Coffee to find your new favorite. It includes the varieties Bella Donovan, Three Africas and Giant Steps.

Medium Sowden Coffee Pot

This pretty mint coffee pot actually makes coffee for you. It has a filter up top that you pour ground coffee beans and water into, allowing coffee to seep down into the pot. 

Bodum Eight-Cup Pour Over Coffee Maker

The classic Bodum pour over coffee maker not only looks beautiful sitting out, but also makes a killer cup of joe. Just insert a filter into the top, plus coffee powder and water. When it has seeped through, pour yourself a cup of java without burning your hands by holding onto the cork cuff.

Insight Mug

A pretty mug to sip your coffee from of should not be overlooked. This globally-inspired, hand-painted find has eye-catching gold accents.

Yidada Wood Coffee Scoop with Bag Clip

Get more bang for your buck with this coffee scoop that doubles as a bag clip. No more digging through your kitchen drawers to find a scoop!

Bonjour Coffee Eight-Cup Coffee and Tea Ceramic French Press in White

You can also try a French press to make your coffee, which involves pouring ground coffee and water inside and then pressing down until the grinds all gather at the bottom, leaving delicious coffee at the top. This pretty ceramic and teak wood option won't get grubby thanks to its stain-resistant glazed finish.

Corkcicle Coffee Mug in Rose Quartz

If you're taking your coffee to go, invest in a mug that will keep it warm and toasty. This triple-insulated option in a nice pink shade keeps drinks warm for up to three hours, and is leak resistant. 

Torani Toasted Marshmallow Syrup

If you love going to the coffee shop for a flavored cup of joe, know that you can recreate the same experience at home. Add a unique flavor to your coffee with this toasted marshmallow syrup, for example. You may come to find that your local coffee shop actually uses Torani syrups too.

Old Havana Creamer

How you serve your coffee is half of the magic. Beautify every aspect of your coffee ritual by picking up serveware like this creamer crafted in Portugal with a crackle glaze. Grandma would be proud.

Old Havana Sugar Pot

And don't forget this matching sugar pot. It comes with an adorable spoon.

Bodum Electric Milk Frother

Frothed milk atop your coffee or espresso drink is a luxury nobody should be deprived of. This electric milk frother gets the job done in a snap. Just don't forget to sprinkle some sugar on top! 

K-Slim Single Serve Coffee Maker

Does all of the above sound just a little too…complicated for you? If you don't want to put that much thought into making the perfect cup of joe or you live alone, why not go with a K-Slim single serve coffee maker from Keurig? It barely takes up any counter-space and gets the job done quick. 

Working from home? Check out these essentials to make your own home office and this loungewear that you'll want to cozy up in.

—Originally published March 29, 2020, at 5:00 a.m. PT

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