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Uncommon grounds : the history of coffee and how it transformed our world

by:Pendergrast, Mark

"Coffee has been banned as a creator of revolutionary sedition, vilified as the worst health-destroyer on earth and praised as the boon of mankind. Its history provides a window through which to view broader themes of colonialism and culture clash, the rise of mass production, modern-day media and marketing, women's issues and international commodity schemes. It also illustrates how an entire industry can lose focus, allowing upstart micro-roasters to reclaim quality and profits." "Mark Pendergrast enlivens his scrupulously researched history with anecdotes, eccentric characters and period commentary that will give readers stories to share - over good cups of coffee - for years to come."--Jacket.

Editions:25  Date:1999 - 2010  Genre(s):History

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All about coffee

by:Ukers, William H. (William Harrison), 1873-1945

This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. This book features a table of contents linked to every chapter. The book was designed for optimal navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone, and other electronic readers. It is formatted to display on all electronic devices including the Kindle, Smartphones and other Mobile Devices with a small display.

Editions:51  Date:1922 - 2012  Genre(s):History

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Coffee : a dark history

by:Wild, Antony, 1955-

"From obscure beginnings in east Africa in the fifteenth century as a stimulant in religious devotion, coffee became an imperial commodity, produced by poor tropical countries and consumed by rich temperate ones. Through the centuries, the influence of coffee on the rise of capitalism and its institutions has been enormous. Revolutions were once hatched in coffeehouses, commercial alliances were forged, secret societies were formed, and politics and art were endlessly debated. Today, while coffee chains spread like wildfire, coffee-producing countries are in crisis: with prices at a historic low, they are plagued by unprecedented unemployment, abandoned farms, enforced migration, and massive social disruption."--Jacket.

Editions:13  Date:2004 - 2012  Genre(s):History

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The world atlas of coffee : from beans to brewing : coffees explored, explained and enjoyed

by:Hoffmann, James

This book is a beautiful world guide to the brown bean. Taking the reader on a global tour of coffee-growing countries, The World Atlas of Coffee presents the bean in full-color photographs and concise, informative text. It shows the origins of coffee -- where it is grown, the people who grow it; and the cultures in which coffee is a way of life -- and the world of consumption -- processing, grades, the consumer and the modern culture of coffee. Plants of the genus Coffea are cultivated in more than 70 countries but primarily in equatorial Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa. For some countries, including Central African Republic, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Honduras, coffee is the number one export and critical to the economy. Organized by continent and then further by country or region, The World Atlas of Coffee presents the brew in color spreads packed with information. They include: The history of coffee generally and regionally; The role of colonialism (for example, in Burundi under colonial rule of Belgium, coffee production was best described as coercive. Every peasant farmer had to cultivate at least 50 coffee trees near their home.); Map of growing regions and detail maps; Charts explaining differences in growing regions within a country; Inset boxes (For example, what is the Potato Defect? Is Cuban coffee legal in the United States?); The politics of coffee and the fair trade, organic and shade grown phenomena; Beautiful color photographs taken in the field. Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day, equivalent to 146 billion cups of coffee per year, making the United States the leading consumer of coffee in the world. The World Atlas of Coffee is an excellent choice for these coffee lovers. - Publisher.

Editions:15  Date:2014 - 2016

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God in a cup : the obsessive quest for the perfect coffee

by:Weissman, Michaele

"In God in a Cup, journalist and late-blooming adventurer Michaele Weissman treks into an exotic and paradoxical realm of specialty coffee where the successful traveler must be part passionate coffee connoisseur, part ambitious entrepreneur, part activist, and part Indiana Jones. Her guides on the journey are the nation's most heralded coffee business hotshots - Counter Culture's Peter Giuliano, Intelligentsia's Geoff Watts, and Stumptown's Duane Sorenson." "Weissman tells the tale of an odyssey she shares with these and other brash visionaries who devote themselves to coffee with near-religious fervor, unquenchable energy, and geek-like attention to detail. This journey through the rituals and rivalries of today's ultra-premium coffee business begins in a sweltering Central American hotel, where "cupping" competition judges sniff and spit their way through hundreds of cups, detecting tobacco, chocolate, and blueberry in the brews."--Jacket.

Editions:6  Date:2008 - 2011

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Coffee : botany, biochemistry, and production of beans and beverage

by:Clifford, M. N. (Michael N.)

Editions:14  Date:1985 - 2012

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Joe : the coffee book

by:Rubinstein, Jonathan, 1969-

"Through explanations of how exemplary coffee is produced (along with the actual brewing techniques used to create great coffee at home), this fully illustrated book will provide the reader with all of the tools necessary for exploration into the vast world of coffee."-- Provided by publisher.

Editions:2  Date:2012

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Coffee

by:Mangal, S. K

Coffee is one of the most important cash-crop beverages around the world, apart from tea being an extremely valuable commodity, which lives upto its reputatation as an invigorating stimulant, it has transcended all barriers of religion, nation and race. While botanically different coffee and tea are commercially important beverages grown in the warmer regions of the world. Although primarily grown in countries steeped in poverty, coffee continues to bring a glimmer of hope in these countries economies through its commercial success. This book explores the delightful history of coffee, and exam.

Editions:7  Date:2007

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Tea & coffee: : a modern view of three hundred years of tradition

by:Bramah, Edward

Editions:7  Date:1972 - 1986  Genre(s):History, Geschiedenis (vorm)

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Black coffee

by:SBS-TV

A documentary series that traces the unique and volatile history of coffee: from its discovery on an ancient Ethiopian hillside to its role as a contemporary elixir, coffee has dominated and molded the economics, politics and social structure of entire countries.

Editions:19  Date:1985 - 2008  Rating:Ontario film Board DVD rating: G.  Genre(s):History, Nonfiction television programs, Documentary television programs, Documentary television programs

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