By Alessandro Carosi
I have a problem ,I can’t stick with reading one book or magazine I will get bored easily so I need a reading rotation that keep me focus and interested in what I’m reading ,which is the problem ? I did start at least eight books ,to don’t talk about all the articles I read on Internet ,I need more time to read everything but I don’t have it I do have to work ,eat ,use the toilet,normally 3 times a day so basically I keep to add on stuff to read with the feeling now I will never finish it or if I will I will be over one hundred year old ,It doesn’t sounds a good idea ,I promise I will stick with what I have and by the end of 2019 I will finish to read all.
In past articles I showed you which books I had in my hands ,now in my endless collection I added something new
The World Atlas of COFFEE
By James Hoffmann
The second edition of The World Atlas of Coffee from our co-owner James Hoffmann, an updated definitive guide to coffee from beans to brewing. Coffee has never been better, or more interesting than it is today.
The second edition sees new producing countries added including DRC, Uganda, Thailand, Philippines, China and Haiti, alongside updated statistics and data for each producing country.
The first covers the coffee tree itself, from the plant through harvest to processing and roasting.
The second section explores getting the best from the coffee you buy at home. Various brewing methods, including espresso, are covered as well as the finer details of water and coffee grinders themselves.
The third, main section of the book covers the countries producing coffee. Subdivided by continent, the book covers the history of coffee in each country, as well as the key growing area. There are maps, information on harvest times and varieties, and guiding tasting notes as well.