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The World Atlas of Coffee

An exceptional guide to all things coffee. It covers how coffee is produced, from harvest through to the roasting process. All of the main brewing methods for the home are covered, with detailed guides and step by step photography. Country by country, the Atlas covers the history, key growing regions and taste profiles of the countries producing the best coffees in the world.

http://www.theworldatlasofcoffee.com/

The author is James Hoffmann is a former World Barista Champion and founder of Square Mile Coffee Roasters in the UK.

An exceptional guide to all things coffee. It covers how coffee is produced, from harvest through to the roasting process. All of the main brewing methods for the home are covered, with detailed guides and step by step photography. Country by country, the Atlas covers the history, key growing regions and taste profiles of the countries producing the best coffees in the world.

http://www.theworldatlasofcoffee.com/

The author is James Hoffmann is a former World Barista Champion and founder of Square Mile Coffee Roasters in the UK.

Independent Reviews

  • Goodreads rated it 4.41
  • Barista MagazineProfessionals and enthusiasts alike will love this beautiful book by James Hoffmann. From overviews of the world’s most vibrant coffee-growing regions, to step-by-step brewing tutorials, the content is educational, thought-provoking, and substantial. I’ve already recommended this book to Barista Magazine readers countless times. — Sarah Allen, Editor Barista Magazine
  • The KitchnHoffman is the co-founder of London’s Square Mile Coffee Roasters, and as such, he knows a thing or two about coffee. As he writes on his popular coffee blog, JimsevenThe World Atlas of Coffee is intended for both people in the industry and on the outside. “I believe that understanding something more can make it more enjoyable, and I wanted to make more of coffee accessible rather than make it more mysterious and exclusive.” Just like a good atlas should have, 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.