Craft Coffee: A Manual Summary

Jessica Easto
4.33/5
- 2017
Home Brewing
Coffee Techniques
Practical Guide
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Key Takeaways

  1. Step-by-step guides to various brewing methods.
  2. Tips on selecting the right coffee gear.
  3. Easy-to-follow advice tailored for home use.

Summary

Easto’s approach demystifies the science of coffee by providing clear instructions and explanations. The book covers everything from choosing the right beans and grinders to mastering different brewing styles, ensuring readers can create barista-level coffee in their own kitchens.

The manual not only teaches how to make coffee but also how to taste it, offering a sensory exploration of flavors and techniques that enhance the home brewing experience.

With its friendly tone and practical tips, 'Craft Coffee: A Manual' is an essential resource for anyone looking to elevate their coffee game at home, making complex coffee concepts accessible and enjoyable.

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