|Rating||:||4.21 (915 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
James Hayes-Bohanan said Pioneering history of coffee. In many ways, Pendergrast's book has led a small boom in books about coffee. His remains one of the most thoroughly researched histories, and I use it in my teaching on the geography of coffee. Pendergrast covers interesting social movements for and against the bean and details the rises, falls, and mergers of corporate dynasties in the coffee business.
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