The best coffee books

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Reading a good book with a cup of coffee leads to an intimate moment that allows us to find ourselves while we enjoy the pleasant aroma that the infusion gives off, all at once! An experience that results in a magical change and lifts our mood.

Do you like coffee and reading a good book? Here we have a list of the best books by authors who have written about coffee so that you can combine both preferences.

The World Atlas of Coffee

James Hoffman is the writer of this magnificent book known as the coffee bible, and this illustrated text will teach you everything about baristas and the industry. Hoffman earned the “2007 Barista Champion” distinction for his extensive knowledge of coffee.

Manual del café (Coffee Manual)

A practical manual where you will learn to select, compare and prepare coffee by Nicolás Artusi, who shows the best ways to enjoy coffee to the fullest.

The text uses understandable technicalities and entertaining and dynamic language to learn general aspects such as the origins of coffee, productive areas, consumption growth, preparation methods, and recommendations for combinations.

El mundo de la cafeína (Caffeine World)

The main component of coffee takes center stage in this book by Bennett Alan Weinberg and Bonnie K. Bealer.

The text details how caffeine works in the body, among other topics such as its history, origin, marketing, advantages, and how it should be consumed to avoid harmful effects.

¡Al Grano! (To the Grain)

The famous barista and coffee influencer Kim Ossenblok launched for his followers a complete but easy-to-read compendium where he teaches how to buy, prepare, and taste coffee. It is a perfect book for beginners and the curious who want to learn step by step about the most basic and relevant aspects of coffee.

Other hands-on books about coffee to read are the Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee by James Freeman and Caitlin Freeman, and The Barista’s Handbook by Scott Rao.

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Malbin Rodríguez
Malbin Rodríguez