Green Coffee: A Guide for Roasters and Buyers
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The book Green Coffee: A Guide for Roasters and Buyers is a comprehensive source of information on green coffee. In 179 pages, it gives an in-depth look at unroasted coffee and the great influence of the raw coffee bean on the quality of the final product. The book looks at history, processing methods, sourcing practices, analysis, roasting and much more. Using recent research, experiments, collaborations and personal experiences, author Chris Kornman explains the steps in the process needed to produce exceptional coffee. Although it is an analytical book with a lot of theory, it is written in an understandable and straightforward way.
Author Chris Kornman is an experienced coffee quality specialist, researcher, author and director of education at The Crown: Royal Coffee Lab and Tasting Room in Oakland, California. He has extensive experience in coffee grading, roasting, sourcing, is a traveller and tinkerer.
The book is available in English only. 179 pages. We recommend this indispensable guide to both coffee industry professionals and ambitious home roasters who want to learn more about green coffee.