The Book of Coffee & Tea

The Book of Coffee & Tea

A Guide to the Appreciation of Fine Coffees, Teas, and Herbal Beverages

Book - 1982 | 2nd rev. ed
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The book of coffee and tea is a passionate guide to selecting, tasting, preparing, and serving the beverages caffeine connoisseurs can't live without. Written by acknowledged experts in the coffee-roasting and tea-importing business, this book will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about that beloved cup of joe (or orange pekoe), including how to: distinguish between Kona, Jamaican, Mocha, Java, and the other varieties of coffee; choose the method of brewing that's best for you; make the perfect cup of coffee at the ideal temperature, no mater which method you choose; recognize ginseng, oolong, Earl Grey Ceylon, and the myriad other types of tea; blend and prepare your own herbal teas at home; recognize quality and freshness; find the best coffee, tea, equipment, and accessories, using the completely updated mail order section.

Rich with the lore, steeped in tradition, and brimming with expert information, this is the only book coffee and tea lovers will ever need.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 1982
Edition: 2nd rev. ed
ISBN: 9780312140991
0312140991
Branch Call Number: 641.87 Sch16b
Characteristics: 313 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Schapira, Karl 1939-
Schapira, David 1906-

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