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Book Review: A COFFEE LOVER’S GUIDE to COFFEE by Shlomo Stern

Book synopsis:

In a quiet, unnoticeable revolution, multitudes of coffee shops have opened in recent years around the world. The popular instant and drip coffees have been replaced by espresso, macchiato and cappuccino – as good as those served in the best coffee shops in Italy. The expansion of a flourishing coffee market was followed by the development of espresso machines, moka pot, French press and other newfangled equipment.

This rapid development created a gap between those who wanted to learn and understand the coffee world and the availability of reading material. The aim of this book is to fill that gap.

I hope you’ll enjoy reading this guide and that it will improve your coffee enjoyment.

To all coffee lovers everywhere, cheers!

My review:

I will be the first one to admit it, I am not a coffee drinker. At all. Actually do not like the taste of it. But after reading this book, I am thinking that I might give coffee a try…again.

This book was fascinating. It covered everything from how/where to grow coffee, how it is picked, different ways to brew/roast it, different machines to brew it in…the list goes on and on. The author even included a list of countries (and one animal…lol)where the best coffee comes from.

Like I said, a fascinating book!!!

Will I read it again? Yes

Will I reccomend it to family and friends? Yes

Age range? All ages

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Disclaimer: I received A COFFEE LOVER’S GUIDE to COFFEE from eBook Pro for free for my honest review.I received no financial compensation for this review and all opinions are mine and mine alone.

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: A COFFEE LOVER’S GUIDE to COFFEE by Shlomo Stern

  1. The book sounds like a great gift for a coffee lover! I am going to check it out. Thanks for bringing it to my attention! I know many coffee lovers. Cheers, Koko:)


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