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Coffee: Planting, Production and Processing

Coffee: Planting, Production and Processing
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Coffee is one of the most important cash-crop beverages around the world, apart from tea being an extremely valuable commodity, which lives upto its reputatation as an invigorating stimulant, it has transcended all barriers of religion, nation and race. While botanically different coffee and tea are commercially important beverages grown in the warmer regions of the world. Although primarily grown in countries steeped in poverty, coffee continues to bring a glimmer of hope in these countries economies through its commercial success. This book explores the delightful history of coffee, and examines all the elements which have combined to make coffee what it is today. It surveys the many ways to brew it, and embarks on a journey of international coffee recipes taking an in-depth look into the precious commodity that is coffee, this book should prove to be an interesting read for the reader.
GeneTech Books; January 2007
277 pages; ISBN 9789350430620
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