FYI: Courtesy of Penguin Random House, you can download The Book Lover’s Guide to Coffee. This free guide–a “celebration of ideas that make coffee and literature inseparable”–features:

  • 6 authors on coffee’s cultural significance ;
  • The rituals of 7 famous coffee-obsessed authors;
  • Infographics rich with caffeinated, bookish data;
  • Tips on taking the perfect coffee;
  • Brewing guides from Birch Coffee.

You can download the coffee guide here. (They do require an email address.) Meanwhile, find more good coffee items in the Relateds below.

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