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The Coffee Dictionary

Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

An illustrated A-to-Z guide to coffee terms, techniques, beans, equipment, and more, from a champion barista. 
 
Here is the ultimate Arabica to Zambia guide to all things coffee. This informative dictionary covers everything that goes into brewing the perfect cup. There’s something new to learn on every page! More than two hundred entries, colorfully illustrated with artwork throughout, expertly explain everything from terms and techniques to beans and roasts to equipment and methods.  
 
Newbies and connoisseurs alike will while away the hours “pouring” over the amazing amount of information in this essential reference—a delicious brew for coffee lovers.

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