Best Coffee & Tea Books
Here you will get Best Coffee & Tea Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. A History of the World in 6 Glasses
Author: by Tom Standage
Walker Publishing Company
The New York Times BestsellerThere aren’t many books this entertaining that also provide a cogent crash course in ancient, classical and modern history. Los Angeles Times Beer, wine, spirits, coffee, tea, and Coca-Cola: In Tom Standage’s deft, innovative account of world history, these six beverages turn out to be much more than just ways to quench thirst.
They also represent six eras that span the course of civilizationfrom the adoption of agriculture, to the birth of cities, to the advent of globalization. A History of the World in 6 Glasses tells the story of humanity from the Stone Age to the twenty-first century through each epoch’s signature refreshment.
As Standage persuasively argues, each drink is in fact a kind of technology, advancing culture and catalyzing the intricate interplay of different societies. After reading this enlightening book, you may never look at your favorite drink in quite the same way again.
2. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing — Coffees Explored, Explained and Enjoyed
Author: by James Hoffmann
The bestselling reference updated and expanded with seven new coffee-growing countries. Praise for the first edition: “Fills a gap in the popular reference literature. Recommended.” – Booklist “The definitive guide…. Well-written, informative, and a must-have for general readers who want to know more about their favorite morning brew.” – Publishers Weekly “Educational, thought-provoking, and substantial.
I’ve already recommended this book to (our) readers countless times.” – Barista Magazine The World Atlas of Coffee takes readers on a global tour of coffee-growing countries, presenting the bean in full-color photographs and concise, informative text. It covers where coffee is grown, the people who grow it and the cultures in which it is a way of life.
It also covers the world of consumption – processing, grades, the consumer and the modern culture of coffee. For this new edition, the author expanded his research travels over the last several years to include seven additional coffee-growing regions: Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, China, Philippines, Thailand, Haiti and Puerto Rico.
The Big Book of Kombucha: Brewing, Flavoring, and Enjoying the Health Benefits of Fermented Tea
Author: by Hannah Crum
2016 Silver Nautilus Book Award Winner Brew your own kombucha at home! With more than 400 recipes, including 268 unique flavor combinations, you can get exactly the taste you want for a fraction of the store-bought price. This complete guide, from the proprietors of Kombucha Kamp, shows you how to do it from start to finish, with illustrated step-by-step instructions and troubleshooting tips.
The book also includes information on the many health benefits of kombucha, fascinating details of the drink’s history, and recipes for delicious foods and drinks you can make with kombucha (including some irresistible cocktails!. This is the one go-to resource for all things kombucha.
Andrew Zimmern, James Beard Awardwinning author and host of Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods
4. Coffee: The Epic of a Commodity
Author: by H.E. Jacob
March 10, 2015
A cup of coffee is a miracle, a wonderful assemblage of relationships. This classic follows coffee’s journey around the world, from London to Brazil, telling in fascinating detail and amusing anecdote the singular history of the legendary commodity, from its discovery that chewing on the beans were keeping goats awake in Yemen to the author’s own experiences with the bean in 1935.
Referred to as a documentary novel back during its inception, H.E. Jacobs pioneered the concept of creative nonfiction, combining the reality of nonfiction with the epic presentation and prose of fiction. This genre exploded into popularity and remains so today.
Coffee tells the story of this popular beverage in short, fun to read essays that will entertain anyone that enjoys a good, strong cup of coffee.
5. Growing Your Own Tea Garden: The Guide to Growing and Harvesting Flavorful Teas in Your Backyard (CompanionHouse Books) Create Your Own Blends to Manage Stress, Boost Immunity, Soothe Headaches & More
Author: by Jodi Helmer
You love to drink tea. Why not grow your own? Over 60 diverse plants that make great tea, including the classic tea plant and dozens of flavorful leaves, flowers, fruits, and roots 9 fun garden designs, including immunity-boosting, headache-soothing, relaxation-inducing, and hangover-curing Best cultivation practices and how to plant, maintain, harvest, and enjoy a productive backyard tea garden Recipes for teas to make from your new garden, such as Calendula Sun Tea, Refreshing Hibiscus Tea, and Sleepytime Tea Tea 101, from learning the differences between green tea and white tea to how to properly dry and store your bounty If you’ve ever considered raising your own tea, this comprehensive guide is the place to start!
Growing Your Own Tea Garden is packed with inspiration and practical instructions for cultivating and enjoying delicious teas from a variety of plants in your own personal tea garden. You don’t have to be an avid gardener: Author Jodi Helmer, a food and farming journalist, provides all the information you need to plan and plant a healthy, bountiful backyard tea garden, with nine suggested garden designs and useful cultivation advice.
6. Healing Herbal Teas: Learn to Blend 101 Specially Formulated Teas for Stress Management, Common Ailments, Seasonal Health, and Immune Support
Author: by Sarah Farr
Freshly blended herbal teas offer more healing power than do pre-packaged tea bags. In Healing Herbal Teas, master herbalist and author Sarah Farr serves up 101 original recipes that not only offer health advantages but also taste great. Formulations to benefit each body system and promote well-being include Daily Adrenal Support, Inflammation Reduction, and Digestive Tonic.
Additional recipes that address seasonal needs such as allergy relief or immune support will attune you to the cycles of nature, while instruction on the art of tea blending will teach you how to develop your own signature mixtures to give your body exactly what it needs.
This book is an enchanting and delectable guide to blending and brewing power-packed herbal teas at home.
7. Craft Coffee: A Manual: Brewing a Better Cup at Home
Author: by Jessica Easto
Named a top food & drink book of 2017 by Food Network, Wired, Sprudge, and Booklist. This comprehensive but accessible handbook is for the average coffee lover who wants to make better coffee at home. Unlike other coffee books, this one focuses exclusively on coffeenot espressoand explores multiple pour-over, immersion, and cold-brew techniques on 10 different devices.
Thanks to a small but growing number of dedicated farmers, importers, roasters, and baristas, coffee quality is at an all-time high. But for nonprofessionals, achieving caf quality at home can seem out of reach. With dozens of equipment options, conflicting information on how to use that equipment, and an industry language that, at times, doesn’t seem made for the rest of us, it can be difficult to know where to begin.
Craft Coffee: A Manual, written by a coffee enthusiast for coffee enthusiasts, is a comprehensive guide to improving your brew at home. The book provides all the information readers need to discover what they like in a cup of specialty coffeeand how to replicate the perfect cup day after day.
8. The Boba Book: Bubble Tea and Beyond
Author: by Andrew Chau
A beautifully photographed and designed cookbook and guide to the cultural phenomenon that is boba, or bubble tea-featuring recipes and reflections from The Boba Guys tea shops. Andrew Chau and Bin Chen realized in 2011 that boba-the milk teas and fruit juices laced with chewy tapioca balls from Taiwan that were exploding in popularity in the States-was still made from powders and mixes.No one in the U.S.
Was making boba with the careful attention it deserved, or using responsible, high-quality ingredients and global, artisanal inspiration. So they founded The Boba Guys: a chic, modern boba tea shop that has now grown to include fourteen locations across the country, bringing bubble tea to the forefront of modern drinks and bridging cultures along the way.
Now, with The Boba Book, the Boba Guys will show fans and novices alike how they can make their (new) favorite drink at home through clear step-by-step guides. Here are the recipes that people line up for-from the classics like Hong Kong Milk Tea, to signatures like the Strawberry Matcha Latte and the coffee-laced Dirty Horchata.
9. Fortnum & Mason: Time for Tea
Author: by Tom Parker Bowles
Time for Tea is a celebration of Fortnum’s passion for tea in its every form. Drawing on over 300 years of experience, you will find the history, geography, seasonality of tea everything from leaf to cup as well as 50 delicious recipes.
Fortnum & Mason has nearly as much experience of selling tea as Britain has of drinking it some three centuries’ worth, in fact, since the early eighteenth century. This fun and deeply authoritative guide whisks you through all the information you need to get the most out of your cuppa.
It instructs on how to make the perfect brew or infusion and helps identify a wide range of teas to try that will suit different tastes whether for a single estate Darjeeling, a smoky or a delicate tea from China or a regular builder’s.
It also explores which teas are best to kickstart the day, revive the spirits or soothe at evening’s end. And now, enough of the talk, it’s Time for Tea.
10. Lonely Planet Colorado 3 (Regional Guide)
Author: by Benedict Walker
Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisherLonely Planet Colorado is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Hit the slopes in Aspen, discover the Old West in Durango or marvel at the splendor of the Rockies, all with your trusted travel companion.
Get to the heart of Colorado and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Colorado:Color maps and images throughoutHighlightsand itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interestsInsider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spotsEssential infoat your fingertips – hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, pricesHonest reviews for all budgets – eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks missCultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience sports, the arts, literature, festivals, wine, hiking, the old west, snow sports, distilleries, wildlife, politics, ranching, mining, marijuana, Native American history and cultureCovers Denver, Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park, North Colorado, Vail, Aspen, Central Colorado, San Luis Valley, Southeast Colorado and moreThe Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Colorado, our most comprehensive guide to Colorado, is perfect for both exploring top sights and taking roads less traveledAbout Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973.
11. The Coffee Roaster's Handbook: A How-To Guide for Home and Professional Roasters
Author: by Len Brault
From bean to brewa complete guide to coffee roasting for beginners and professionals alike Now you can master the art of coffee roastingwith its heavenly aromas and full-bodied flavorsall on your own. The Coffee Roaster’s Handbook is packed with practical information for roasters of any level, whether you’re just getting started or you’re already a coffee-roasting connoisseur.
From selecting and purchasing green coffee beans to storing and cupping your roasts, this colorfully illustrated handbook has all the comprehensive, roasting-related knowledge you’ll need to create and enjoy your own delicious coffee. You’ll find a deep dive on the science of coffee roasting, tips on how to spot bean defects, a how-to guide to evaluating your roasts, and so much more.
Now, go forth and roast! The Coffee Roaster’s Handbook includes: A brief history of coffeeLearn all about the origins of coffee, including primitive roasting methods, its introduction to worldwide trade markets, and its evolution to today. Essential roasting equipmentExplore helpful info about at-home and commercial equipment, from air-popper-style roasters to large drum roasters, and other important tools like thermometers, afterburners, and beyond.
12. The Coffee Recipe Book: 50 Coffee and Espresso Drinks to Make at Home
Author: by Daniel Lancaster
The simple art and tradition of brewing the perfect cupat home. Whether it’s a morning drip or an evening espresso martini, amazing coffee is an artform. The Coffee Recipe Book is your guide to understanding how everything comes together for an artisanal coffee drink.
With 50 different recipes ranging from classic cappuccino to specialty lattes, there’s a delicious option for everyone. Easily match the expertise of your favorite cafe, with the perfect mix of the techniques and tools needed to give your daily grind a good home.
The Coffee Recipe Book includes:Day to nightCoffee isn’t just for morning anymore with drinks like Coconut Coffee Smoothie and Coffee Old-Fashioned. Use your beanA complete guide to coffee beans will help you select the right roast for every brew.
In the detailsUnderstand how components like water, bean style, and serving method all mix into the perfect pour. Brew up the perfect coffee drink just like a baristain the comfort of your own home.
13. The Art of Tea: Recipes and Rituals (Victoria)
Author: by Jordan Marxer
83 Press (April 7, 2020)
Readers of this beautiful book from the editors of Victoria magazine are invited to savor the pleasures and possibilities of the cherished ritual of tea shared by people the world over. Divided into four enticing sections, this exquisitely photographed volume offers page after page of ideas for making teatime an unforgettable experience.
Begin by learning the essentials, from differentiating the various types of tea to learning the tools of the tray and how to brew the perfect pot. Recipes for classic scones and the traditional accompaniments, such as lemon curd and clotted cream, are also included.
The Celebrations chapter is filled with inspiration, tips, and recipes for planning special occasions, whether it’s a summertime gathering with butterfly-adorned china and a menu that includes delicate lavender cream scones or an outdoor setting to celebrate Mother’s Day, where rosesboth botanical and edibleare the order of the day.
Since presentation is such an important part of any event, readers will discover a treasure trove of brilliant ways for creating the perfect tea affair from start to finish. With a basic tea primer leading off this section, the visual journey continues with beautiful linens, china, silver, and floral arrangements before addressing the detailsthose grace notes that make all the difference in a tableau.
14. Homegrown Tea: An Illustrated Guide to Planting, Harvesting, and Blending Teas and Tisanes
Author: by Cassie Liversidge
St. Martin's Griffin
Homegrown Tea explains how to grow a large variety of plants in your own garden, on a balcony or even on a window sill could become your tea cupboard. It shows you how to grow your tea from seeds, cuttings, or small plants, as well as which parts of the plant are used to make tea.
Liversidge lays out when and how to harvest your plants, as well as information on how to prepare the plant, including how to dry tea leaves to make tea you can store to last you throughout the year. As a guide to using tea to make you feel better, there are nutritional and medicinal benefits.
Finally, there is an illustrated guide to show how to make up fresh and dried teabags and how to serve a delicious homegrown tea. It is sustainable way to look at a beverage, which is steeped in history and tradition.
Sample drinks include well-known plants such as rose hips, mint, sage, hibiscus, and lavender, as well as more obscure ones like chicory, angelica, apple geranium, and lemon verbena.
15. The Tea Book: Experience the World s Finest Teas, Qualities, Infusions, Rituals, Recipes
Author: by Linda Gaylard
The Tea Book helps you explore the blends, tastings, and ceremonies from around the world and create your own delicious tea traditions. Where does tea come from? In The Tea Book learn where in the world tea is cultivated and how to drink each variety at its best, with steeping notes and step-by-step recipes.
The Tea Book is your world tour of the art of tea. Visit tea plantations from India to Kenya and explore maps of the world’s most important growing regions. Learn to recognize tea-leaf varietals and spot the best types from each region.
Recreate a Japanese tea ceremony with a guide to storied traditions and practical implements. Discover the health benefits of green tea. Craft the perfect Chai tea. Try a tasting course to cultivate your sense of tea color, aroma, and taste.
Explore the spectrum of herbal, plant, and fruit infusions. The Tea Book covers it all, including history, tradition, and 75 classic and contemporary recipes to steep and share.
16. 20,000 Secrets of Tea: The Most Effective Ways to Benefit from Nature's Healing Herbs
Author: by Victoria Zak
Fight Colds and Flu Lower Cholesterol Beat Depression Banish Fatigue Enhance Memory Lose Weight And More! An ancient Chinese legend: Once there was a man who knew 100,000 healing properties of herbs. He taught his son 80,000 secrets. On his deathbed, he told his son to visit his grave in five years, and there he would find the other 20,000 secrets.
When the son went to his father’s grave, he found, growing on the site, the tea shrub…. Teas are the gentle, natural, most beneficial way to absorb the healing properties of herbs-easily and inexpensively. A simple cup of tea not only has the power to soothe and relax but to deliver healing herbal agents to the bloodstream more quickly than capsules, tinctures, or infusions.Feeling tired?
Rose hip tea will rev you up and beautify your skin. Need some help with your diet? Ginger tea will provide the boost you need and help aching joints too. Hot or iced, these pure and simple drinks offer delicious ways to stay healthy and revitalize you from the inside out.