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ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT COFFEE, TEA AND CHOCOLATE
H. Berberoglu

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in North America.  Modern coffee merchandisers have been able to capitalize on its  popularity a range of coffees and educating the public about the nuances of coffee beans grown in different parts of the world.
Tea is still a very popular beverage in Canada, although in the U.S.A. iced tea eclipses the traditional way of serving it. Regardless, tea as a beverage must be properly prepared if it is to be enjoyed to the fullest. This book covers it all.
Chocolate is becoming more popular with each passing year. Many chocoholics go out of their way to procure the best quality available.
This book explains in detail the characteristics of all of the above and provides valuable information
ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT COFFEE, TEA & CHOCOLATE contains valuable information about cocoa beans and chocolate production techniques employed in different countries. This is a book that all restaurateurs, students, and libraries should have.
 
Softcover, Cerlox Bound, 91 Pages, 8½” x 5½” format, ISBN 1-895861-88-8 Published 1998.($15.00)

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