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You'll find that our book is chock full of information about coffee's history, international trade, consumption trends, growth of the specialty coffee industry, and the blossoming of the organic and fair trade coffee movements--and it's filled with fun illustrations, photos, maps, graphs, and a few cartoons to boot. We think you'll find it really gratifying to learn about the products you use, and to learn about them in such an accessible and fun book. We also think that this book, together with a nice pound of delicious coffee beans, would make a darling gift for all those coffee fans out there (doesn't everyone in the world know a coffee fanatic?)
Since we're madly in love with coffee, we had a great time doing the research and know that you'll have a great time drinking it up!
Our favorite coffee? We like maximum flavor and minimum impact--so we dig fairly traded organic coffees.
Nina Luttinger and Gregory Dicum
This is a very nice book with lots of interesting information and history. I would recommend it to anyone looking to learn more about the coffee industry.Published 18 months ago by Hale Kai Lana Kona Coffee
Very informative on the history and business of coffee. Certainly the author has prejudices (decaf is "vile"), but other assertions (ie grocery store coffee is swill) are... Read morePublished 20 months ago by ACG
And I thought it was just a cup of coffee. The author takes us through the process from the ground to the bean. I found it very helpful and informative. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jacqueline Hendricks
This was a really informative and factual, yet easy-to-read book. As a regular coffee consumer, it definitely opened my eyes to the coffee market and has made me more conscientious... Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Kayla Auletto
very informative. it is a good book for those that roast their own coffee . recommend it buy it then share itPublished on June 1, 2013 by bobbywebb