Coffee 101: Coffee Shouldn’t Cost As Much As Your Books

If you’ve ever sat down and figured out how much you spend on coffee in a year, you’ve probably realized that it’s not a cheap habit. If you buy coffee a few days a week, you could be spending hundreds of dollars a year!

Coffee 101 is your guide to making good coffee from the comfort of your home without buying expensive equipment or specialty ingredients. The book includes 50 simple recipes for spicing up a cup of average coffee including Nutella Crème Coffee, Iced Coffee, S’Mores Latte, Frozen Irish Coffee, and more. You’ll also learn how to make delicious instant coffee, how to buy coffee grounds and brew good coffee, and how to decipher a coffee shop menu if you decide to buy. The best part is that the book itself is $1.99, which is about half what you might spend on a large drink from Starbucks.

Your coffee habit doesn’t have to be an expensive one—schedule Coffee 101 today!

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3 Responses to “Coffee 101: Coffee Shouldn’t Cost As Much As Your Books”

  1. <path_to_url> Friendly Neighborhood Texan

    Amazing work This book was excellent for a number of reasons. First off, true to the premise that the book is based on, the ebook is cheap: it’s a steal for only 1.99. More importantly, the book is well written and has information that is actually interesting.The average person is busy, so many people don’t have the time to sit and read a dense book of names, dates, and hard facts about coffee, no matter how much they like coffee. Instead of bogging people down with facts, this book has some interesting and informative information that is light enough that one doesn’t feel like they’re attending a lecture. There are tons of definitions to coffee terms one might see at a coffee shop, recipes that will give you AMAZING coffee without costing you a fortune, and a few resources for people who truly love coffee.All around, this book is better than most coffee eBooks out there, is cheaper than nearly all other coffee ebooks, and to be honest, is worth a dozen times what it costs. Coffee 101. Tell your friends.

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  2. <path_to_url> Friendly Neighborhood American who has been t...

    Great new voice It’s difficult in our time to find an original work, especially an original work on such a main stream theme as coffee. This book was not only incredibly helpful but cheap and written with a lively and stupendous voice.

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  3. <path_to_url> Anonymous

    This is a nice book with good recipes, tips, and links to coffee blogs. There is even an overview of coffee making basics.

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