Here's a variety of coffee books we heartily endorse and recommend - every single one of these is in the CoffeeGeek Library. Click the images to get to the book on Amazon. All the books are priced below $35, with some as low as $5!
The Art and Craft of Coffee Kevin Sinott is very famous in the world of coffee and this is his most recently updated book on the subject.
Uncommon Grounds Fantastic history of coffee as seen through Americans' eyes. It is US-centric, but an extremely detailed historical view.
The Coffeeist Manifesto A consumer's journey into finding what really good coffee really takes to achieve.
A History of the World in Six Glasses Another great history piece that looks as the six key beverages that have influenced hour our world evolved, including coffee.
Home Coffee Roasting Still regarded as the "bible" for home coffee roasters, this edition was last updated in 2003.
Joe. The Coffee Book Book written by NYC cafe owners giving the perspective of the indie cafe, interacting with everyone from consumers to coffee farmers.
Coffee Life in Japan Fantastic book delving into the history and culture of coffee in Japan going back to the 19th century.
The Social Life of Coffee A look into the history of coffee in Britain, going back to the 17th century.
Column Description Whether it's up to the minute, happening this day, this week, or in the recent past, this column's goal is to present coffee and attempts to make the experience truly culinary. You'll find short reviews about past events, interesting coffees coming on the market, new and different ways to enjoy espresso and other brewing methods, and give an insight into efforts around the globe to make coffee a truly culinary thing. Column written by Mark Prince.