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The devil's cup : a history of the world according to coffee —Allen, Stewart Lee, author.

A wild ride through the history of coffee offers a humorous revisionist take on world events with this magic bean as the prime mover of everything from Napoleon's downfall to the prosperity of America.

Coffee : A Global History —Morris, Jonathan, 1961- author.

"Most of us can't make it through morning without our cup (or cups) of joe, and we're not alone. Coffee is a global beverage: it's grown commercially on four continents and consumed enthusiastically on all seven - and th...

Coffee the drink that changed America

Join a coffee roaster and a food lover as they unravel the secrets behind the one of America's favorite drink. Unravels the secrets behind coffee, charting the discovery of the bean in Ethiopia more than a thousand years...

咖啡 咖啡 Ka fei, ka fei —齐鸣, author. —Qi, Ming, author.

An enthusiast's guide to selecting, roasting, and brewing exquisite coffee.

Coffee

Traces the origins of coffee from Ethiopia over 1,000 years ago to the espresso-fueled explosion of specialty coffee stores like Starbucks today. See how American coffee companies grew to be giants, and how billions of c...

Fresh brewed murder —Duncan, Emmeline.

Portland is famous for its rain, hipsters, craft beers...and coffee. Sage Caplin has high hopes for her coffee truck, Ground Rules, which she runs with her business partner, Harley--a genius at roasting beans and devisin...

Coffee shop

When a young coffee shop owner is threatened with repossession she must take a chance with life and love as she fights to save her business.

Craft coffee : a manual : brewing a better cup at home —Easto, Jessica, author.

This comprehensive but accessible handbook is for the average coffee lover who wants to make better coffee at home. Unlike other coffee books, this one focuses exclusively on coffee, not espresso, and explores multiple p...

The little book of fika : the uplifting daily ritual of the Swedish coffee break —Balslev, Lynda, author.

"A little book on the Swedish tradition of fika--the twice-daily coffee break--including facts, quotes, tips, and 20 sweet and savory recipes."--Amazon.ca.

Tea, coffee & chocolate : how we fell in love with caffeine —King, Melanie, author.

Did you know that coffee was recommended as protection against the bubonic plague in the seventeenth century? Or that tea was believed to make men 'unfit to do their business' and blamed for women becoming unattractive? ...

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