3 of the Best Books for Coffee Lovers

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Millions of people across the globe are coffee drinkers. Coffee lover or not, you probably had at least cup in your life unless there is a health-related or other compelling to avoid it. From homes to old town coffee shops you stumble upon when traveling, delicious brews continue to become part of people’s everyday life. If you are curious about what makes coffee an integral part of many people’s lives, here are some recommended reads to better understand this popular and well-loved commodity.

1. Amazing Coffee Travels (Tales of a Coffee Expert, #2) by Serge Remy
Amazing Coffee Travels is an entertaining read about a coffee buyer’s adventures and experiences as he travels in search of coffee. The book provides fascinating insights into diverse coffee cultures and the unique ways each culture celebrate and enjoy it.

2. Beginners’ Guide To Coffee At Home: Coffee Basics For Coffee Enthusiasts by A. Edward Gur
Why pay more for a cup of delicious brew every single time you want it when you make it at home? If you are among those people who want to prepare great-tasting coffee at home but have no idea on how to get started, then this book is for you. From learning how to store coffee properly to brewing the coffees you love, Beginners’ Guide To Coffee At Home provides the information you need.

3. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing- Coffees Explored, Explained, and Enjoyed by James Hoffmann
This book takes you on a journey into the world of coffee. With impressive and vivid images to interesting stories and details, The World Atlas of Coffee will leave you more informed and in awe of the amazing thing that is coffee.

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