Coffeeland: A History

Now I'm not a Daily M*il reader, I must start by saying this! But my uncle sent me over this article the other day and it's worth sharing.

Disregarding the sensationalised headline, the book that the article is advertising

Coffeeland: A History

By Augustine Sedgewick 

sounds by all accounts to be an exciting and interesting read by anyone interested in coffee and its' origins.

Although we work predominantly with coffees from the African continent, Sedgewick's book focuses on coffee from El Salvador and Central and Southern America.

If 350 dense pages of the history of coffee isn't for you, then you can wait until I've read it and i'll let you know the highlights in a blog post next month!

If you want to read it, you can order it from Amazon by following this link.

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  • qoxrkdrcmc

    Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?

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