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The Book Lover's Guide to Coffee“Good. Coffee is good for you. It’s the caffeine in it,” Ernest Hemingway’s character Bill Gorton says in The Sun Also Rises. Indeed, Hemingway. It is the caffeine. But there’s more to it than that. Coffeehouses have long acted as our “third places,” hotbeds of intellectualism where ideas are shared, argued, revised, and rinsed down with anoThe Book Lover's Guide to Coffee“Good. Coffee is good for you. It’s the caffeine in it,” Ernest Hemingway’s character Bill Gorton says in The Sun Also Rises. Indeed, Hemingway. It is the caffeine. But there’s more to it than that. Coffeehouses have long acted as our “third places,” hotbeds of intellectualism where ideas are shared, argued, revised, and rinsed down with another invigorating cup. It’s this open celebration of ideas that makes coffee and literature inseparable. To commemorate that union, we’ve created a free guide filled with the following:6 authors on coffee's cultural significance;The rituals of 7 famous coffee-obsessed authors;Infographics rich with caffeinated, bookish data;Tips on taking the perfect coffee + book photo;Brewing guides from Birch Coffee....

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ISBN : 34375742
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 31 Pages
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the book lover s guide to coffee Reviews

  • Gargi Sharma
    2018-12-24 22:21

    What a nice little book! The best way to describe it would be armchair travel with a caffeine drip."Viennese coffeehouses fueled intellectual life. “The city of Vienna is filled with coffee houses,” wrote a visitor early in the 1700s, “where the novelists or those who busy themselves with newspapers delight to meet.” And in England, before tea took over, coffeehouses were called “penny universities” because for that price one could purchase a cup of cof- fee and sit for hours listening to extraordinary conversations."Putting together coffee and literature, the 31-pages long book has caffeinated literature and literary coffee: history of coffee, coffee drinking habits of writers, role of coffee in socialisation, and the worst historic exclusion of women from both literary and coffee-drinking circles.Bonus: a cool comic called 'Tips & Tricks on Taking Photos of Coffee & Books" :D

  • Thomas
    2018-12-31 19:21

    quick little free book of coffee writing. mostly felt like reading snippets from other articles/other books on coffee. been on this coffee book kick lately.