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All about Coffee (Second Edition) ebook

by William H. Ukers


Much of this book contains dated information, two years post WWI, however there is a fascinating wealth of botanical and historical information about the spread of coffee agriculture from Africa to the rest of the world, and the political and social implications of the rise of the coffee house in Europe and the United States.

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All about Coffee (Second. has been added to your Cart. Much of this book contains dated information, two years post WWI, however there is a fascinating wealth of botanical and historical information about the spread of coffee agriculture from Africa to the rest of the world, and the political and social implications of the rise of the coffee house in Europe and the United States.

William H. Ukers was the founder of "The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal". Informationally, it's a reprint of the classic book on coffee

William H. Though he died in 1945, his love of coffee lives on. Product details. Informationally, it's a reprint of the classic book on coffee. You won't be learning about the latest trends, but you will learn about the history of coffee drinking around the world and see some well reproduced pictures showing that. One big drawback to the cheap Kindle version, is that those pictures are gone.

All About Coffee book. The boss dismissed the idea, Ukers summarily quit, and the rest is coffee and tea history – literally. Books by William H. Ukers. Mor. rivia About All About Coffee.

Author(s): William H. Published March 21st 2011 by Martino Fine Books. Paperback, 840 pages.

All About Coffee - William H. (William Harrison) Ukers. By. William h. ukers, . The Project Gutenberg EBook of All About Coffee, by William H. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. almost no restrictions whatsoever. The tea and coffee trade journal. Among the unique features of the book are the Coffee Thesaurus; the Coffee Chronology, containing 492 dates of historical importance; the Complete Reference Table of the Principal Kinds of Coffee Grown in the World; and the Coffee Bibliography, containing 1,380 references.

Ukers, William H. (William Harrison), 1873-1945

Ukers, William H. (William Harrison), 1873-1945. You can read All About Coffee by Ukers, William H. (William Harrison), 1873-1945 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

Of the two, the tea leaves lead in total amount consumed; the coffee beans are second; and the . The history of the word coffee involves several phonetic difficulties. This was the name, not of the plant, but the beverage made from its infusion, being originally one of the names employed for wine in Arabic.

2011 Reprint of the second edition (1935). Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software.The second and standard edition of this definitive work on the history and influence of coffee. Covers the historical, technical, scientific, commercial, social and artistic dimensions of coffee. A still unsurpassed work on the subject. Lavishly illustrated.
unmasked
Dated, but well written. Basically if the average coffee snob read this book, they would cease drinking any coffee from a big name company. And buy only fresh roast from a local supplier.......or roast their own
Flower
Much of this book contains dated information, two years post WWI, however there is a fascinating wealth of botanical and historical information about the spread of coffee agriculture from Africa to the rest of the world, and the political and social implications of the rise of the coffee house in Europe and the United States. It is remarkably detailed, and I enjoyed it very much.
Kinashand
This has got to be one of the ultimate resources on the Coffee-Human Connection. While some of the information is dated and overly scholarly it traces the history of coffee, the art and literature of coffee and the science of this most popular beverage. The coffee industry has grown and changed since 1922, but as a comprehensive historical resource from that time is is valuable.
Miromice
The cover says All About Coffee, but inside is a Belgium cookbook. Wtf?
Bundis
This book has provided a complete history of coffee up to the early 1900's. It reviews the origins and how coffee came to be grown in the various countrys spread thouhgout the world today. The countrys and/or areas are named as they were pre-world war 1.
Voodoogore
The title said 'All About Coffee', but the inside pages were a totally different book!
Thetalas
Old information, hard to read, I do not recommend this book, in fact for the price it is a rip-off. I wasted my money expecting more current information from a 2009 copyright, not a cheap reprint of public domain info.
It is a concise and informative book about coffee. It is for the beginner as well as the seasoned coffee maker.
All about Coffee (Second Edition) ebook
Author:
William H. Ukers
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Martino Fine Books (March 21, 2011)
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840 pages
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