All about Coffee (Second Edition)
|Rating||:||4.70 (991 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||840 Pages|
Covers the historical, technical, scientific, commercial, social and artistic dimensions of coffee. 2011 Reprint of the second edition (1935). A still unsurpassed work on the subject. Lavishly illustrated.. 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
Ukers was the founder of "The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal". . Though he died in 1945, his love of coffee lives on. William H
Ukers was the founder of "The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal". Though he died in 1945, his love of coffee lives on. . About the Author William H
if you don't mind the size and weight, definitely pick this classic up. Gene Bowker The only thing about this book I don't like is the size. For some reason, they printed the book HUGE with large borders around all sides of the reprinted pages. This makes it difficult to read and VERY heavy.Informationally, it's a reprint of the classic book on coffee. You won't be learning about the lates. WHAT A WASTE All about coffee re-defines the word ALL. The word abridged is more accurate. I have been doing extensive work on coffee for months in preparation for a patent application. I have downloaded 100's of times more information than that book contained. UKER'S original text (the unabridged version) is available . "The Bible of all other coffee books" according to Sandi Williams (email@example.com). The information contained in this book is perhaps the most complet and concise information on the subject. While it was written nearly 75 years ago there is no other work that is more complet. If I could rate it a 12 I would have. A must for any coffee profeciadnoda.