32 Tasty Coffee Websites to Inspire You

By / Dec 6, 2010 / Inspiration
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We all know that a good coffee can really make a difference in our day. The smell, the appearance, texture… everything surrounding coffee gets our attention, specially if you – like me – believe that the main consumers of coffee are web designers, developers and ‘tech related’ people. What better way to celebrate than a collection of coffee related websites to inspire us. From coffee shops to roasters and famous brands, we have several sites to start off your week with an extra dose of caffeine and inspiration.

Caribou Coffee

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Starbucks Coffee at Home

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America’s Best Coffee Roasting Company

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Park Avenue Coffee

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Far Coast

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Bo’s Coffee Club

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Melitta

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Kapepur

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Press Coffee

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Henrici

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Copper Door Coffee Roasters

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Looney Bean

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Gorilla Coffee

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Kicking Horse Coffee

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Caravan

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Pura Vida Coffee

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Quills Coffee

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Blaser Cafe

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Robust-ah

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1369 Coffee House

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Jones Coffee Roasters

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First Colony

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Shenandoah Joe Coffee

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Mugg & Bean

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Joe

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Barista

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Café do Porto

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Trager Brothers Coffee

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McCafé

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One Village Coffee

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Dollop Coffee

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Rio Coffee

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About the Author

Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

14 Comments

  1. ian
    December 6, 2010

    yes..coffee indeed..this is really a great list..thanks gisele!

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  2. Angelee
    December 6, 2010

    I’ll go for Bo’s and Mellita. It would be so nice to collect different coffee mugs from each of’em.

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  3. Kenny
    December 6, 2010

    Kicking Horse Coffee is my favorite. Awesome, simple design. Now I just need to try their coffee!

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  4. Anything Graphic
    December 6, 2010

    These websites are amazing and the creativeness is asounding! Great collection. I’m such a coffee whore too… mmmmmmm!

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    • Anything Graphic
      December 6, 2010

      *astounding :-)

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  5. MikeH
    December 6, 2010

    Wow love the VARIETY in these… very inspirational — the many colors and textures. There’s a certain graphic presence and warmth with most of ‘em.
    Thanks for the compilation.

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  6. gregor
    December 6, 2010

    I would also add sevastia.ro

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  7. Buzz
    December 6, 2010

    Really nice collection… I love quite a few of these sites, favourites are One village coffee, Henrici and Dollop Coffee. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Smashing Buzz
    December 8, 2010

    really inspiring websites.

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  9. Warren Jerzyszek
    December 9, 2010

    Hey Gisele,

    Once again these are really great collection of inspiring websites… I honestly had no idea that there would be this much creativity with websites to do with coffee – I have been blown away. All of the websites you’ve featured above are really interesting with really tight designs, web designers can learn a lot from these. Thanks for sharing Gisele.

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  10. Carl – Web Courses Bangkok
    December 15, 2010

    Nice that the web designers have to just put a big yummy picture and the site looks perfect ;)

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  11. Frank
    December 20, 2010

    Great web site designs, but when it comes down to the coffee, Stumptown trumps them all!

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  12. john shupe
    December 23, 2010

    Great collection of websites , I am actively checking the. Thanks for putting the time together to get this out there.

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  13. Jonathan Rivera
    June 7, 2011

    I think the Kicking Horse, and Dollop are the best designed. I like Dollop’s simplicity and balance of imagery and straight HTML. Most of the websites either used massive, outdated flash, or way too much imagery. Check out http://www.sozocoffee.com . I just finished this for a client, really proud of how it came out. Dude roasts the best coffee too.

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