Officially "a comprehensive guide to improving home coffee making, written by a coffee enthusiast for coffee enthusiasts. Includes information on 10 different manual brewing methods, such as French press, Chemex, and V60, as well as advice on selecting beans, choosing equipment, and deciphering coffee bags."
Personally, I fell in love with this book immediately. I've been working in coffee shops, studying the craft, and practicing brewing better coffee at home for a little while now. Even so, my practical knowledge and appreciation of coffee jumped several notches just after reading the first chapter, not too mention the rest of the book.
If you've ever wanted to learn more about good coffee but found the realm of specialty coffee intimidating or felt self-conscious around tattoo-clad, pretension-fueled high priest and priestesses of the realm, then this book is for you.
- Written by: Jessica Easto with Andreas Willhoff
- Format: Hardback
- Published: November 7, 2017
- Language: English
- Pages: 272
- Width: 5.50 Inches (US)
- Height: 7.50 Inches (US)