Description - The Book of Coffee by Alain Stella
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 collection of images the importance of coffee in society from the London coffee-houses of the seventeenth 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.
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(240mm x 310mm x 24mm)
Publisher: Editions Flammarion
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