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by Alain Stella

eBook The Book of Coffee epub
  • ISBN: 2080136194
  • Author: Alain Stella
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Home Improvement & Design
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Flammarion; 1st edition (October 23, 1997)
  • Pages: 232 pages
  • ePUB size: 1763 kb
  • FB2 size 1272 kb
  • Formats mobi lrf lrf azw


The Book of Coffee Hardcover – October 23, 1997. This book is overflowing with gorgeous pictures of all phases of the global coffee history and process, from many nations to our tables and cups.

The Book of Coffee Hardcover – October 23, 1997. by. Alain Stella (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Alain Stella is a writer. His other works for Flammarion include The Book of Coffee, The Book of Tea, and The Book of Spices. Series: Little Book o. .

The Book of Coffee tells of famous coffee-lovers - such as Bach who de.Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

It also has a guide to the best coffee addresses in the world. ISBN13:9782080136190. Release Date:October 1997.

How many of us appreciate the extent to which coffee, first popularized during the fifteenth century, has changed the world? Coffee has circled the globe and is now consumed by billions of people who value it for the extraordinary benefits it bestows: its delicious flavors and frangrances, of course; plus its virtues as a physical and mental stimulant; and, above all, its admirable ability to inspire conviviality. From Asia to the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas, coffee warms the soul and brings people together.

ISBN 10: 2080136194, ISBN 13: 9782080136190. Alain Stella is a writer who divides his time between France and Egypt where coffee is an institution which has become a way of life. His mother, who is originally from Turkey, introduced him to the birthplace of coffee, the East, and in particular to that special concoction known as Turkish coffee. Fascinated by the way that such everday pleasures have shaped whole civilizations, Alain Stella is a contributor to the companion volume, The Book of Tea, also published by Flammarion.

This book can be found in: Food & Drink Drinks Non-alcoholic drinks. The Little Book of Coffee - The Little Book Series (Paperback). Paperback 120 Pages, Published: 11/06/2001. Publisher out of stock.

Find nearly any book by Alain Stella. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780789205179 (978-0-7892-0517-9) Hardcover, Abbeville Pr, 2000.

Alain Stella has written both The Book of Coffee and The Book of Spices. A tea connoisseur and keen traveler, he divides his time between Egypt and France. Gilles Brochard, a writer and journalist, is author of The Tea Box: Book and Cards and Le The Dans l'Encrier

Alain Stella has written both The Book of Coffee and The Book of Spices. Gilles Brochard, a writer and journalist, is author of The Tea Box: Book and Cards and Le The Dans l'Encrier. Nadine Beautheac is a consultant for the United Nations and is the author of numerous books, including L'art de vivre au temps de Proust and Jardians Fantastiques. Catherine Donzel is a historian who has written varions books such as The Book of Flowers, Grand American Hotels, and La Route des Epices

How many of us appreciate the extent to which coffee, first popularized during the fifteenth century, has changed the world?Coffee has circled the globe and is now consumed by billions of people who value it for the extraordinary benefits it bestows: its delicious flavors and frangrances, of course; plus its virtues as a physical and mental stimulant; and, above all, its admirable ability to inspire conviviality. From Asia to the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas, coffee warms the soul and brings people together.Discovered in a remote corner of Abyssinia, coffee has its roots in a land where genies appear from magic lamps, and where seers use it to foretell the future. No wonder coffee began its history surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend.The Book of Coffee tells of famous coffee-lovers--such as Bach who dedicated a cantata to his favorite beverage, and Pope Clement VIII who refused to ban the allegedly "diabolical" drink--and reveals through an astonishing and beautiful collectio of images the importance of coffee in society from the London coffee-houses of the sevententh century to the Prohibition years in the United States when coffee consumption reached record levels.Filled with advice on how to achieve the perfect cup of coffee, the book also includes a Guide to the best coffee purveyors and coffee shops throughout the world--making The Book of Coffee and indispensable gift for the true coffee-lover.
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