Six Cups of Coffee


From the Preface; "It is not much to say that nine-tenths of that decoction which passes under the name of coffee, is unworthy to be so called, and that many persons live and die without ever tasting a really good cup of that delicious beverage." Six cups of coffee prepared for the public palate was published in 1887. The book contains the best authorities on coffee making of the day, including Maria Parloa, Catherine Owen, Marion Harland, Juliet Corson, Mrs. Helen Campbell, Mrs. D.A. Lincoln. There is also the Story of coffee, by Hester M. Poole, and vintage ads for coffee making equipment.

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