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Considered the definitive work about coffee of its time, "All About Coffee" was written by William Ukers, founder of the Tea and Coffee Trade Journal. In order to write this book, he spent seventeen years traveling to many places where coffee is grown, served, and enjoyed, and he shares his knowledge about all aspects of coffee, from farm to table, in a thorough but interesting fashion. The book contains a Coffee Thesaurus; a Coffee Chronology; the Complete Reference Table of the Principal Kinds of Coffee Grown in the World; as well as chapters on all aspects of coffee, such as the story of coffee houses in various places, the chemistry and pharmacology of coffee, and the preparation of roasted coffee. - Summary by Leni

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