Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Read: The World Atlas of Coffee

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Title: The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing - Coffees Explored, Explained and Enjoyed.
Author: James Hoffmann
Publisher: Firefly Books Ltd (2014)

In the hope to learn more about coffee, from beans to brewing, I borrowed this book from the library. This is a useful resource book for enthusiasts who love coffee.

The book is classified into three different sections. The first section which provides an introduction to coffee is informative and succinct enough to the point.

The second part of the book, discusses about coffee "From Bean to Cup". I have learnt quite a number of new things from this section.

Section Three of the book provides a good reference to Coffee Origins. Other than listing the taste profiles of coffee beans from various countries, this section listed the varieties in the selected regions in these countries.

Section One and Two are fairly accessible to read. Section Three makes a good reference to refer to when it comes to the topic of coffee origins.

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