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Described by others as the first quasi-encyclopedia of third-wave coffee, a contemporary classic. This quirky illustrated book guides you to that… Read More
Described by others as the first quasi-encyclopedia of third-wave coffee, a contemporary classic. This quirky illustrated book guides you to that geeky coffee conversation that you always wanted to partake in. Presented as an A-Z, it is an art-book and conversational guide about coffee, specialty coffee and coffee culture, which is filling the gap in a market overflowing with purely informative, and at times frankly boring books. Author: Lars K. Huse Illustrator: Lars K. Huse Designer: Harald J. Vøyle Read Less
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Described by others as the first quasi-encyclopedia of third-wave coffee, a contemporary classic. This quirky illustrated book guides you to that geeky coffee conversation that you always wanted to partake in.

Presented as an A-Z, it is an art-book and conversational guide about coffee, specialty coffee and coffee culture, which is filling the gap in a market overflowing with purely informative, and at times frankly boring books.

Risograph- printed in London by Ditto Press on 100% recycled paper, the 1st edition consists of 1000 copies.

Featured in Barista Magazine,Sprudge.com, Superfuture, Esquire Korea,Dear Coffee, I Love You. and Dagens Næringsliv D2.

Available for purchase at:  DunneFrankowski (UK), Protein web shop (UK),Prufrock Coffee (UK),Taylor St. Baristas (UK), Scandinavian Coffee House (NOR), KAFFA (NOR), Tim Wendelboe (NOR), Norsk Kaffeinformasjon (NOR), Cielo Melkebaren (NOR), Green Cup coffee(DE), Bonanza Coffee Roasters (DE), No fire No Glory (DE), Hunting Lodge (NOR), Roustabout (USA), Shibuya Publishing Booksellers (JPN)

A second edition is now being printed to cover international demand.
Photo: Kyrre S. Kristoffersen
Photo: Kyrre S. Kristoffersen
Photo: Kyrre S. Kristoffersen
Photo: Kyrre S. Kristoffersen
Photo: Kyrre S. Kristoffersen
Directed/ Edited by: Ida Blix