The Barista Book Review

 

Prepare that first cup of coffee has become a morning ritual for me and my family, waking up early to have enough time to get everything ready, it’s the best motivation to start my day off.

If you have been lucky enough to walk on a street where there is a coffee shop where they toast there own coffee beans to prepare their coffee, then you know what I’m talking about, the whole street will smell like just toasted beans, everyone on that street will know then what day is it, the day they use to toast coffee beans.

To prepare a good coffee by yourself can take some time to learn how to do it the right way.

Some people are born naturals, to know how to make the best cup of coffee it’s like the master chocolatiers or bakers that  know their trade! No wonder why they are being called “masters”

Today it doesn’t matter you’re not one of those who are “naturals” and know even with blind eyes how to prepare a good cup of coffee, the most important thing that matters today is that you want to learn the trade.

It might seem to be hard at the beginning, but the more you try the better you’ll get.

One thing will come out of those many times trying is that you will prepare a good cup of coffee… you will be drinking a better cup of coffee every day!

 

One day you will get it! and from that day you will be drinking just “a good cup of coffee” every time.

 

At the beginning you will need some help, a good book will be your teacher and you can read a recipe and try it out, with The Barista Book, you will get over 50 recipes to prepare coffee.

The Barista Book, Hiroshi Sawada, it’s a world-renowned latte artist and the barista offers step-by-step instructions on how to make more than fifty delicious coffee drinks.

Including recipes for some of the more popular drinks in this world―lattes, americanos, cappuccinos, espressos, mochas―and world-class tips from Sawada himself, this coffee compendium is the premier guide for aspiring baristas and amateur home brewers alike.

In addition to the recipes, learn the intricacies of the pour, about the different varieties of beans and how to store them, and all the crucial elements necessary to make the perfect cup.

You can click on the image to get the price and order it on Amazon

Whether you want to know more about how to prepare a good cup of coffee, or you know someone who will love to get to know how to make a better cup of coffee, this book will be the perfect addition to your private coffee library.

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4 Comments

  1. Daniel

    Who doesn’t love a good cup of coffee in the morning, but how many of us are prepared to invest the time each day to get the best out of our morning kick start. I have to admit, I am an instant coffee guy, but can see the appeal of upping my game to the real thing, as the taste of instant just doesn’t seem to do it anymore. But how easy is it to replicate that coffee shop taste. Can it really be achieved from home and how much do we need to spend on the kit to achieve perfection?

  2. Mike

    I will be reading The Barista Book, Hiroshi Sawada. I am a coffee lover and would love to know how to roast my own coffee beans. I do buy pre-roasted beans and grind them, but I believe I would like to roast them myself. I will not try to do this before reading the book, because I do not want to mess up and then totally shy away from the whole process. Thank you for sharing this.

  3. I will be reading The Barista Book, Hiroshi Sawada. I am a coffee lover and would love to know how to roast my own coffee beans. I do buy pre-roasted beans and grind them, but I believe I would like to roast them myself. I will not try to do this before reading the book, because I do not want to mess up and then totally shy away from the whole process. Thank you for sharing this.

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