With his expert guidance we travel around the globe, from Burundi to Honduras via Vietnam, sipping and spitting as we go. This is high geekery made palatable by the evident love pulsing through every sentence.
— The best food literature of 2014, The Guardian
The subject of coffee has never been more, er, hot, and The World Atlas of Coffee takes a close look at its history and evolution, the international range of beans and all the best ways to enjoy coffee. Great pics too.
— Susy Atkins, The Telegraph
If a class about coffee were taught in school, this would be its course book.
— Dear Coffee, I Love You
The World Atlas of Coffee... takes ambitious as its starting point and then shoots for exhaustive... It’s a book coffee professionals and enthusiasts alike should not just add to their libraries but dog-ear and highlight.
— Cory Eldridge, Fresh Cup Magazine
This single-volume “all you want to know about coffee” book fills a gap in the popular reference literature... Recommended for circulating collections at libraries where interest in coffee is high.
— Jerry Carbone, Booklist
An unusual offering that will be of value in collections serving agriculture, business, and nutrition students.
— Henrietta Verma, Library Journal