Perfect your barista technique with over 100 global coffee recipes from chai latte to ristretto
Take a journey from bean to cup with Coffee Obsession, which shows you how to make iconic coffees through step-by-step barista training. From the techniques of roasting, grinding, tamping and brewing to how to make a cappuccino, you'll learn everything you need to know to make the perfect coffee and about the beauty of latte art.
Over 100 recipes include brews to suit every taste, from contemporary favourites such as the flat white to classic choices such as the ideal Irish coffee recipe. From french presses to cloth brewers you'll explore all the different equipment you need to create fantastically flavoured coffee, along with a guide through the flavour wheel and 'cupping' tasting notes. You'll also go on a voyage through the life of a coffee bean and learn the ideal harvest seasons and roasts of each different bean, all combined with mouth-watering flavour profiles.
Coffee Obsession is perfect for coffee lovers who want to make the best cup of coffee in the world in their own home.
About the Author
Anette Moldvaer is the co-founder of Square Mile Coffee Roasters in London. She has extensive experience judging competitions- such as the World Barista Championships, the Cup of Excellence and the Good Food Awards and has led coffee workshops all over Europe, the US, Latin America and Africa. She roasted the World Barista Championship winning espresso three years in a row and won the World Tasters Championship in 2007. She began as a barista in her native Norway and now travels to visit coffee producers all year round, sourcing the very best coffees from around the world.
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Comments about Coffee Obsession:
'Coffee Obsession' is a well written, useful and consolidated reference book, that is a coffee-lovers best friend. The two things i love most in this world have come together into one item, a book that explains the ins and outs of coffee making, the types of coffee drinks and even an explanation of the coffee countries of the world. This book is a fantastic reference book and also potentially a guide for avid lovers of coffee, and if you love to read and to extract that morning espresso shot, this is the book for you.
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 25th June 2014
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.3 x 20.2 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 24.2
Edition Number: 1