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Travel Coffee/Tea Set?

post #1 of 12
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I'm looking for a high quality coffee/tea travel set with cups. Perhaps something in a leather case. Perhaps silver cups and thermos

I can't seem to find anything special.

Any suggestions?
post #2 of 12
This sounds like something you'd either get in a Christmas gifts catalog or at Hermes.
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Doesn't change the fact that I'm right. How's this:

http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Travel-Coffee-Case-Accessories/dp/B0027HZXZQ
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Doesn't change the fact that I'm right. How's this:

http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Travel-Coffee-Case-Accessories/dp/B0027HZXZQ

There is nothing beautiful or elegant about that frown.gif

An Hermes set would be nice
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There is nothing beautiful or elegant about that frown.gif

An Hermes set would be nice

Honestly, I think you'll spend less money getting room service to fetch you coffee from whatever haute hotel you're staying in at the time.
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Honestly, I think you'll spend less money getting room service to fetch you coffee from whatever haute hotel you're staying in at the time.

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Order of coffee - $6 or $9 I think


I'm going to call Hermes to see if they have something
post #8 of 12
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Hermes has horrible customer service facepalm.gif
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FTFY
post #10 of 12
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FTFY

Yep...

After being hung up on during a failed phone transfer I called back...

"You haven't called the right department. Is there something I can assist you with?...We don't have anything like that. All we have is fragile porcelain. Is there anything else?"

Me: "I'll ask Goyard. Thank you"
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post #12 of 12
I have not used one, but this gets universally excellent reviews:

http://www.orphanespresso.com/Handpresso-Wild-ESE-Pod-Espresso-Maker_p_2947.html

When I travel I usually take my french press with me. It's made of pyrex, but I put my (clean) socks inside of it so it's not empty space in my luggage, then put it inside a bag so that if it does break, I wont have glass shards throughout my clothes. It's cumbersome and I wish I had something better.
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