Coffee Basics A Quick and Easy Guide

ISBN-10: 0471136174
ISBN-13: 9780471136170
Edition: 1996
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Book details

List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
Publication date: 10/25/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

A coffee lover2s guide to the best brews-written by two industry insiders Coffee Basics is a brief, no-nonsense guide to coffee products, appreciation, and brewing. It demystifies coffee2s origins and history, explores the overwhelming amount of different varieties and explains exactly how to brew the best cup. The authors describe the regional character of coffee beans from around the world and discuss a variety of roasting equipment and brewing methods for both home and restaurant. Lists mail-order sources for the best beans, plus great coffee drink recipes, tasting tips, and a complete coffee taster2s glossary KEVIN KNOX (Boulder, Colorado) is a Vice President and coffee buyer for Allegro. As a beverage specialist for Starbucks he was responsible for appraisals, quality standards, recipes, training procedures, and brewing equipment. JULIE SHELDON HUFFAKER (Portland, Oregon) writes for Cafe Ole and Coffee Matters magazines.

KEVIN KNOX, Vice President and coffee buyer for Allegro and former coffee specialist for Starbucks, is the country's leading coffee expert.

JOE MONAGHAN is National Sales Manager for Espresso Specialists, Inc. He has also operated several espresso carts in Seattle, Washington. JULIE SHELDON HUFFAKER is a freelance writer specializing in coffee-industry subjects. Her background includes working with Starbuck's Coffee Company on public relations and retail training.

What Is Coffee?
A Brief History of the Bean
The Name Game: Reading Coffee Labels
A Taster's Guide to Cupping Coffees
Regional Character
Roasting and Blending
How to Brew Great Coffee at Home
Espresso: A World Unto Itself
Putting Restaurants to the Test
Customizing Your Coffee
Issues in the Marketplace
Appendices
Index

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