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John Roche (quality: 8.4)
Product Reviewed: The Basics of Cupping Coffee 2nd Ed by Ted R. Lingle
Bottom Line: Must have reference for any home roaster or serious afficionado
Mark Prince (quality: 8.0)
Product Reviewed: Uncommon Grounds
Bottom Line: Good book if you want to learn more about the coffee trade and its history. If you're looking for non-US stuff, it doesn't offer much.
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