Review Book The World Atlas of Coffee? This fantastic book by James Hoffmann will appeal to both professionals and fans.
The content is instructive, thought-provoking, and significant, ranging from an overview of the world’s most lively coffee-growing regions to step-by-step brewing tutorials. “I’ve suggested this book to many Barista readers.” -Barista Magazine editor Sarah Allen
This book takes the reader on a journey around the world to coffee-growing countries.
Color photographs and brief, concise words will be used to introduce coffee beans in The World Atlas of Coffee.
It encapsulates the essence of the coffee bean: the farm, the farmer, and the coffee culture. And how to drink it: preparation, grading, customers, and modern coffee culture.
Coffee is grown in more than 70 nations, with the majority of them being in Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Africa.
Coffee is the most important export item in various nations, like the Central African Republic, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Honduras, where it makes for a large amount of the GDP.
It is divided into continents and then further divided into countries and regional cultures, and it includes:
- Coffee overview and regional history.
- The contribution of colonialism to the introduction of coffee to colonial countries.
- Detailed map of coffee-growing regions.
- Within a country, the graph depicts the differences in coffee-growing regions.
- Regulations for input.
- Coffee’s influence and fair trade, purebred and shade varieties are all examples of this phenomenon.
- In the fields, beautiful color images were shot.
- Those who enjoy coffee will appreciate the World Atlas of Coffee.