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The Resource Coffee : a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry, edited by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, and Shawn Steiman

Coffee : a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry, edited by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, and Shawn Steiman

Label
Coffee : a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry
Title
Coffee
Title remainder
a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, and Shawn Steiman
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This definitive guide to coffee explores the many rich dimensions of the bean and the beverage around the world. Leading experts consider coffee's history, global spread, cultivation, preparation, marketing, and the environmental and societal issues surrounding it today. They describe the art and science of roasting, cupping (tasting), and making good coffee.--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DNAL/DLC
Dewey number
338.4/766393
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9199.A2
LC item number
C59 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1961-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Thurston, Robert W.
  • Morris, Jonathan
  • Steiman, Shawn
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Coffee industry
  • Coffee
  • Coffee growers
Label
Coffee : a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry, edited by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, and Shawn Steiman
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Peter S. Baker
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Competing languages of coffee: signs, narratives, and symbols of American specialty coffee
  • Kenneth Davids
  • Part IV.
  • Qualities of coffee :
  • Coffee quality
  • Geoff Watts
  • Why does coffee taste that way?: notes from the field
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Coffee quality and assessment
  • What does "organic" mean?
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Distinctive drinking: specialty coffee and class in the United States
  • Jonathan D. Baker
  • Brewing: dissolving the puzzle
  • Andrew Hetzel
  • Roasting: developing flavor in the bean
  • Colin Smith
  • Roasting culture
  • Connie Blumhardt and
  • Jim Fadden
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Barista culture
  • Sarah Allen
  • Brewing culture
  • Alf Kramer
  • Coffee and health
  • Long debate over coffee and health
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Caffeine: how much is in your cup, and how much is bad for you?
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Recent research on coffee and health
  • Coffee under threat: the growing problem of the coffee berry borer
  • Lawrence W. Jones
  • Part V.
  • Future of coffee :
  • Coffee research in Kenya: current status and future perspectives
  • Elijah K. Gichuru
  • Genetically modified (transgenic) coffee
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Mechanization
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • A life in coffee
  • Juliana Jaramillo
  • Ted Lingle
  • How to make a great cup of coffee
  • Robert W. Thurston with
  • Shawn Steiman and
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Culture, agriculture, and nature: shade coffee farms and biodiversity
  • Robert Rice
  • A Guatemalan coffee farmer's story: a challenging life in a beautiful, harsh land
  • Carlos Saenz
  • Pickers
  • Part I. The coffee business :
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffee processing: an artisan's perspective
  • Joan Obra
  • Women in coffee in Colombia
  • Olga Cuellar
  • How a country girl from Arkansas became an importer leading other women in coffee
  • Phyllis Johnson
  • Role of nonprofits in coffee
  • August Burns
  • Hunger in the coffee lands
  • Strategies for improving coffee quality
  • Rick Peyser
  • The "price" of coffee: how the coffee commodity market works
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Appreciating quality: the route to upward mobility for coffee farmers
  • George Howell
  • What is specialty coffee?
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Where does the money go in the coffee supply chain?
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Part II.
  • Price Peterson
  • State of the trade :
  • Global trade in coffee: an overview
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffee certification programs
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Direct trade in coffee
  • Geoff Watts
  • Fair trade: still a big plus for farmers and workers around the world
  • Paul Rice
  • Producer country profiles :
  • Coffee plant and how it is handled
  • Hawaii
  • Shawn Steiman
  • India
  • Sunalini Menon
  • Indonesia
  • Jati Misnawi
  • Colombia
  • Luis Alberto Cuéllar
  • Ethiopia
  • Willem Boot
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Vietnam
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Brazil
  • Carlos H.J. Brando
  • Supporting coffee farmers' response to market changes
  • Jeremy Haggar
  • Consumer country profiles :
  • Introduction to consumer countries
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Denmark
  • Digging deeper: cultivation and yields
  • Camilla C. Valeur
  • France
  • Jonathan Wesley Bell
  • Italy
  • Vincenzo Sandalj
  • United Kingdom
  • Clare Benfield
  • Russia
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Ukraine
  • H.C. "Skip" Bittenbender
  • Sergii Reminny with
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Japan
  • Tatsushi Ueshima
  • Germany
  • Britta Zeitemann
  • United States
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Part III.
  • History of coffee and its social life :
  • Coffee as a global system
  • Coffee, a condensed history
  • Jonathan Morris with material from Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffeehouse formats through the centuries: third places or public spaces?
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Why Americans drink coffee: the Boston Tea Party or Brazilian slavery?
  • Steven Topik and
  • Michelle Craig McDonald
  • Ecology of taste: robusta coffee and the limits of the specialty revolution
  • Stuart McCook
  • Espresso menu: an international history
Control code
20084840
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 416 pages
Isbn
9781442214408
Lccn
2013014865
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn794040940
  • (OCoLC)794040940
Label
Coffee : a comprehensive guide to the bean, the beverage, and the industry, edited by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, and Shawn Steiman
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Peter S. Baker
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Competing languages of coffee: signs, narratives, and symbols of American specialty coffee
  • Kenneth Davids
  • Part IV.
  • Qualities of coffee :
  • Coffee quality
  • Geoff Watts
  • Why does coffee taste that way?: notes from the field
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Coffee quality and assessment
  • What does "organic" mean?
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Distinctive drinking: specialty coffee and class in the United States
  • Jonathan D. Baker
  • Brewing: dissolving the puzzle
  • Andrew Hetzel
  • Roasting: developing flavor in the bean
  • Colin Smith
  • Roasting culture
  • Connie Blumhardt and
  • Jim Fadden
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Barista culture
  • Sarah Allen
  • Brewing culture
  • Alf Kramer
  • Coffee and health
  • Long debate over coffee and health
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Caffeine: how much is in your cup, and how much is bad for you?
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Recent research on coffee and health
  • Coffee under threat: the growing problem of the coffee berry borer
  • Lawrence W. Jones
  • Part V.
  • Future of coffee :
  • Coffee research in Kenya: current status and future perspectives
  • Elijah K. Gichuru
  • Genetically modified (transgenic) coffee
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Mechanization
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • A life in coffee
  • Juliana Jaramillo
  • Ted Lingle
  • How to make a great cup of coffee
  • Robert W. Thurston with
  • Shawn Steiman and
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Culture, agriculture, and nature: shade coffee farms and biodiversity
  • Robert Rice
  • A Guatemalan coffee farmer's story: a challenging life in a beautiful, harsh land
  • Carlos Saenz
  • Pickers
  • Part I. The coffee business :
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffee processing: an artisan's perspective
  • Joan Obra
  • Women in coffee in Colombia
  • Olga Cuellar
  • How a country girl from Arkansas became an importer leading other women in coffee
  • Phyllis Johnson
  • Role of nonprofits in coffee
  • August Burns
  • Hunger in the coffee lands
  • Strategies for improving coffee quality
  • Rick Peyser
  • The "price" of coffee: how the coffee commodity market works
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Appreciating quality: the route to upward mobility for coffee farmers
  • George Howell
  • What is specialty coffee?
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Where does the money go in the coffee supply chain?
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Part II.
  • Price Peterson
  • State of the trade :
  • Global trade in coffee: an overview
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffee certification programs
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Direct trade in coffee
  • Geoff Watts
  • Fair trade: still a big plus for farmers and workers around the world
  • Paul Rice
  • Producer country profiles :
  • Coffee plant and how it is handled
  • Hawaii
  • Shawn Steiman
  • India
  • Sunalini Menon
  • Indonesia
  • Jati Misnawi
  • Colombia
  • Luis Alberto Cuéllar
  • Ethiopia
  • Willem Boot
  • Shawn Steiman
  • Vietnam
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Brazil
  • Carlos H.J. Brando
  • Supporting coffee farmers' response to market changes
  • Jeremy Haggar
  • Consumer country profiles :
  • Introduction to consumer countries
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Denmark
  • Digging deeper: cultivation and yields
  • Camilla C. Valeur
  • France
  • Jonathan Wesley Bell
  • Italy
  • Vincenzo Sandalj
  • United Kingdom
  • Clare Benfield
  • Russia
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Ukraine
  • H.C. "Skip" Bittenbender
  • Sergii Reminny with
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Japan
  • Tatsushi Ueshima
  • Germany
  • Britta Zeitemann
  • United States
  • Robert W. Thurston
  • Part III.
  • History of coffee and its social life :
  • Coffee as a global system
  • Coffee, a condensed history
  • Jonathan Morris with material from Robert W. Thurston
  • Coffeehouse formats through the centuries: third places or public spaces?
  • Jonathan Morris
  • Why Americans drink coffee: the Boston Tea Party or Brazilian slavery?
  • Steven Topik and
  • Michelle Craig McDonald
  • Ecology of taste: robusta coffee and the limits of the specialty revolution
  • Stuart McCook
  • Espresso menu: an international history
Control code
20084840
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 416 pages
Isbn
9781442214408
Lccn
2013014865
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn794040940
  • (OCoLC)794040940

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