All about Coffee Beans: Where Beans Are Grown and How That Affects Flavor, Varieties, Fair-Trade and Roasting

All about Coffee Beans: Where Beans Are Grown and How That Affects Flavor, Varieties, Fair-Trade and Roasting by Hawkingbird, Lynn

All about Coffee Beans: Where Beans Are Grown and How That Affects Flavor, Varieties, Fair-Trade and Roasting

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Whether you like it black or with a little milk and sugar, coffee all starts with the bean. This book is all about the bean, its country of origin and how that affects flavor, varieties of beans, and roasting methods. It also covers the impact of coffee on the environment, and the coffee bean as a commodity. If you are just simply interested in the world of the coffee bean and want a simple read that is informative, clear, and concise, this book is for you.

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Author: Lynn Hawkingbird
Publisher: Webster's Digital Services
Published: 06/27/2011
Pages: 152
Format: Paperback
Weight: 0.63lbs
Size: 9.69h x 7.44w x 0.33d
ISBN: 9781241802486

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