9 Books That Will Teach You About Coffee
The world of coffee is a complex thing wouldn’t be the right thing to say, sometimes we need help in understanding it. From the history of coffee to perfect brew methods, there are some interesting books out there.
The Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee by James Freeman, Caitlin Freeman, and Tara Duggan
This book happens to be a book for anyone that has ever wanted an encyclopedia to the craft coffee world it also includes a few recipes for popular Blue Bottle treats.
Uncommon Grounds by Mark Pendergrast
If you are looking to explore how a cup of coffee can affect foreign policy, Uncommon Grounds will tell you. This is the book for history, economics, anthropology, and of course, coffee lovers. It gives a comprehensive understanding of the history and complexities of your beloved coffee.
God In A Cup: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Coffee by Michaele Weissman
Parkison’s slowly develops over the years with tremors, slow movements and speech problems. Coffee could play a role in preventing it. A study published in Movement Disorders found those who drank coffee every day had a lower risk of developing the disease than non-drinkers.
Left Coast Roast by Hanna Neuschwander
The Left Coast talks about the craft coffee movement. It takes a look at the iconic artisan roasters of this region as well as those who love a good-looking book. It also has a look at the iconic artisan roasters and carries beautiful illustrations.
The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing by James Hoffman
The author is the co-founder of London’s Square Mile Coffee Roasters, he also writes on his popular coffee blog, Jimseven. The World Atlas of Coffee is intended for both people in the industry and on the outside. There are maps of growing regions and insight into all the coffee-growing countries and how they got to where they are today, as well as helpful tips like brewing techniques.
The Birth of Coffee by Daniel Lorenzetti and Linda Rice Lorenzetti
The book is about the people that make our coffee. It talks about the origins of our beans, coffee-toned photos and text weave together to tell the story of the people around the world who grow our beans. The book gives us a look at the cultures and communities behind coffee farming.
Everything But Espresso by Scott Rao
If you love yourself brewing a cup of coffee, then this book is for you. This book is all about measurements, ratios, and what makes or breaks a good brew. You will certainly be able to brew excellent coffee with consistency.
33 Cups of Coffee
The book 3 Cups of Coffee is actually a notebook intended for documenting all of your coffee experiences. It’s a journal written by coffee lovers for others to learn from the experience.
Coffee Obsession by Anette Moldvaer
The books talk about how it grows, to how to taste it, to how to roast it. The book has maps, diagrams, and tips and techniques to make the world of coffee easy for everyone to understand.