highly recommend for anyone interested in the many details of coffee. Also highly recommend Ken Davids' book "home coffee roasting"Published 2 months ago by js
Since there are so many books purported to cover coffee there is some repetition of other sources but all in all this book is filled with information useful to a budding home... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hal Remz
DETAILS ON DIFFERENT METHODS HOW COFFEE IS PROCESSED. HOW COFFEE IS GROWN & WHY TASTES VARY FROM COUNTRIES & EVEN WITHIN REGIONS.
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Or else accept that the 'updated' Kindle version is only updated in the sense that it is now available in the Kindle format. Read morePublished 7 months ago by David
My husband and I both enjoyed the book. Lots of interesting information about the world of coffee, differents kinds, brewing, history, etc.Published 8 months ago by Walter F. Billings
I do like that there is a lot of relevant information for anyone that wants to truly know about coffee. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Christopher R. Hetrick
I recommend this book to anyone interested in coffee. Be prepared to cover the topic in depth. The book answers many questions that I had about coffee. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rene Reid
There is much good information in this book on many topics about coffee roasting, grinding and brewing. Read morePublished 21 months ago by PhilBob48
I've read a number of coffeebooks, but the history section in this one is quite thorough. It also gives information about the various types of coffee around the world and how... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Arne Kuilman