Making Your Own Gourmet Coffee Drinks: Espressos, Cappuccinos, Lattes, Mochas, and More!

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Crown Publishers, 1993 - Cooking - 96 pages
Mathew Tekulsky chronicles the history of coffee drinking, surveys the types of beans and blends available, reviews coffee-making accessories and their uses, and dispenses tips for brewing a perfect cup of smooth, flavorful coffee. An appendix lists sources for gourmet coffee beans and flavorings and coffee-making equipment. 10 line drawings.

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The book arrived quickly and was in good condition. My husband likes it and has tried a couple of the recipes. Since our daughterinlaw enjoys cold frappacinos I wish it had more recipes for cold drinks but overall its a good book. Read full review

Great reference book

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I love to try new things and I love my coffee and this is a great little book for trying new coffee drinks Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Tips for Making the Best
15
A Note on Ingredients
21
Hot Drinks Made
75
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