Packed with over 150 amazing coffee experiences in 37 countries, from its birthplace in East Africa, to modern-day Cuba, the United States, Australia and the UK, this follow-up to our hugely popularGlobal Beer Tour features legendary espresso bars, plantation tours, urban roasteries and must-visit cafes.
Inside this definitive guide to coffee tasting around the world, you'll discover exactly where to go and what to try, plus illustrated spreads on roasting coffee, cocktails, brewing techniques and more. The places you'll learn about inLonely Planet's Global Coffee Tourand visit aren't just cafes - they're meccas for coffee lovers, offering insight into the local culture and the history, personalities, passion and creativity behind each coffee.
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"Let Lonely Planet navigate your caffeinated journey to the best cafÃ?Â©s and coffee scenes the world over."—Sarah Allen, Editor, Barista Magazine
"This book has so much more information than my brain could ever hold. It's an amazing resource for the average millennial traveler! ... When you hold this book in your hands, you can feel the amazing love that went into creating this guide. The pages are a crisp white and the design elements were well thought out. The book itself is a good size, and smaller than your average gigantic coffee table book; it's the perfect topper for all your other coffee table books! ... I am literally over-the-moon with Lonely Planet's Global Coffee Tour. If you like to travel and drink coffee, then this book needs to be on your shelf, stat!"—Coat + Coffee
"It's easy enough to find a dining guide for almost any place on the planet. Tracking down sublime cups of coffee, however, can be trickier. Lonely Planet has lovers of java in mind with their recent release...This handsome, 272-page book romps through some of the most unique and essential places to drink coffee in 37 countries, from the fresco-covered CaffÃ?Â¿ Florian in Venice (where Casanova was once a regular) to Tomoca Coffee roastery and cafe in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to an ivy-coveredhouse in Sapporo, Japan, called Morihico."—Newsday
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