How to make coffee: The science behind the bean
Most of us know that caffeine is the most widely consumed mind-altering molecule in the world; we cannot get enough of it, and drinking good coffee is one of our delivery system. But do we really know how to make a good cup of coffee? This book takes a dive into the science behind the bean.
This book is an in depth look about the art and the science behind the coffee bean. The book will help you understand and learn about the anatomy of coffee; roasting, grinding brewing and the chemistry behind caffeine. Rather you are new to coffee or a coffee aficionado this book will help you understand how you can brew that perfect cup.
- Hardcover 160 pages
- Publisher:Abrams Imprint
- ISBN: 1419715844
- EAN: 9781419715846
- Author: Lani Kingston
- Publication Date: April 14, 2015
- Trim Size: 5 x 7 1/4
About the Author:
Lani Kingston obtained a master’s degree in food studies and food writing from the University of Adelaide and a master’s in education from Deakin University. Her expertise includes not only coffee but the anthropology of food and food heritage. This is her first book.