The Whole Business of Beans

How to Make Coffee Your Business

Non-Fiction - Cooking/Food
267 Pages
Reviewed on 11/28/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Have you thought of how it is possible to enjoy coffee beyond the morning routine? The Whole Business of Beans: How to Make Coffee Your Business by Stella Perry teaches readers a lot more about coffee and gives them fascinating insights - from bean to cup and beyond, and also how it is made, and what can be done with the beans once they are bought. This book is for all coffee lovers as it will explain the process of how coffee is harvested and processed in order to get it ready to sell and then, later on, making its way to the shelves of markets, homes, and cafes around the world. The author takes readers on an interesting journey of the coffee-making process beginning from scratch - the farmers growing the beans, the history, the geographical origins and spread, the coffee-making process, the coffee trade, how coffee is roasted, and many other interesting details that will leave all coffee lovers delighted.

The book has a lot of information about coffee and is a delight for all coffee aficionados. The pictures make it appealing and the book is a good tool to make readers look at the whole concept of drinking coffee in a unique way. As the author mentions, coffee has come a long way and readers can see that it has not always been an easy journey. The pictures are exquisite and will have readers eager to sit down for a cup of coffee. The author speaks about the topic methodically and extensively and covers every aspect of coffee making in a very interesting way, making it a useful book for all those coffee lovers who are keen to learn about the entire process of coffee brewing. The book is also a great help for those who are planning to open their own coffee shop and will take care of their caffeine jitters to a large extent.