Emma Chamberlain has released a range of coffee appliances, and they’re under £24 😱

We'll take one of each, please ☕

Emma Chamberlain x Bodum appliances

by Marina Avraam |

Let's be real, Emma Chamberlain is an internet icon, but she's also, without doubt, the internet's queen of coffee. The self-confessed coffee addict spends most of her vlogs either making an iced coffee, or talking about how she should stop drinking coffee - right before making herself another one. It's a vicious cycle, to say the least - and we're obsessed.

A few years back, Emma released her very own coffee line named Chamberlain Coffee, which is dedicated to coffee minus the 'boojie bullsh**t' - we love a no filter queen. Now, she's teamed up with kitchenware brand Bodum to bring us her very own, affordable coffee appliances.

The line comes with four tools which were all designed to make those early morning rises (and cheeky hangovers) just a liiittle bit easier. The range includes a cold brew press, a milk frother, a French press and even a cute little coffee grinder so you can whip up the freshest tasting coffee ever.

All items are minimally designed and chic AF, meaning they'll blend in with your kitchen decor no problemo.

The line is immediately available on Chamberlain Coffee, shop the full line here or browse our top picks below.

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Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum collection

Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum Cold Brew Press
Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum Milk Frother
Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum French Press - 3 Cups
Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum Coffee Grinder
Chamberlain Coffee x Bodum Full Collection

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The benefits of coffee

Did you know that when drank within reason (AKA not 12 cups a day) then the benefits of coffee actually outweigh the negatives?

Other than boosting physical performance and productivity, coffee has also been found to help reduce cravings for sweet snacks and also helps burn fat. It can also decrease the risk of some forms of cancers, as well as the chance of developing Type II diabetes.

The takeaway here is that coffee if kept to a maximum of three cups per day, is actually pretty great for you. However, it's not all rainbows and butterflies; too much coffee can cause insomnia, high cholesterol and other things you want to stay far away from, so take it easy.

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