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Book Review: Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry.

The second edition of Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage and the Industry is a welcome addition to my ever-growing coffee related library. Edited by Robert Thurston, Jonathan Morris and Shawn Steiman, two history professors and the … Continue reading

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Book Review – New York City Coffee: A Caffeinated History

One of my favourite cities in the world is New York. I’ve been lucky enough to visit a few times, including a nice long stay which gave me plenty of time to explore when an Icelandic volcano caused havoc to … Continue reading

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Exploring London’s Lost Coffee Houses

To support my investigation into the role of cafes in society today I’ve been looking into their role in the past too. When introducing my research  I often point the long history that coffee houses have had in the UK, … Continue reading

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The Conversation: How the third wave of coffee shops is transforming high streets

Recently I had an article published about an aspect of this research project on The Conversation, a news and current affairs websites with articles written by academics and other experts in their fields. The article highlights not only the growth … Continue reading

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