1. Coffee Obsession
This book is the ultimate guide to coffee. With this book, you won’t be using only your eyes, you will also feel the taste and smell the aroma of coffee. That’s how good this book was written. Thanks to Anette Moldvaer! This book shows you how coffee grows, how it should be tasted, and even how to properly roast coffee. This book is easy to understand and is a favorite by many.
2. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing
This book by James Hoffman is one trustworthy book. The author is the co-founder of London’s Square Mile Coffee Roasters and his knowledge of coffee is praiseworthy. His goal is to make coffee more accessible to people instead of making it exclusive and mysterious. This book offers gives coffee tips and information about the coffee-growing countries as well.
3. Uncommon Grounds
This book by Mark Pendergast is a must-have. It’s not just about coffee, it’s more than that since it talks about anthropology, history, and economics as well. It makes you comprehend the origin and the characteristics of your most beloved drinks.
4. God In A Cup: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Coffee
This book by Michaele Weissman published in 2008 will take you to a journey you won’t forget. It focuses on the people behind the specialty coffee industry. It will show you how the industry has evolved over the last years especially in the Unites States.
5. The Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee
Written by James Freeman, Caitlin Freeman, and Tara Duggan, this book is the perfect reference whenever you have a coffee query. This is like the encyclopedia of the craft coffee world. It almost has everything you need to know about coffee. This book even offers a couple of recipes for the famous Blue Bottle treats.
6. Left Coast Roast
This attractive book is ideal for the visual learner. Written by Hanna Neuschwander, it contains beautiful illustrations and numerous learnings. It’s one entertaining book that’s worth your money.
7. Everything But Espresso
Written by Scott Rao, Everything But Espresso is for the geeks who love coffee. You’re still welcome to read it even if you’re not a geek, though. It’s all about espresso, as the name implies. It will show you why experts say brewing isn’t just an art but a science too. It’ll teach you proper techniques to be one professional espresso maker. We recommend this book in conjunction with a great espresso machine. We highly recommend that you read our guide found here: https://coffee-channel.com/best-home-espresso-machines/.
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