E111 | Roasting Series: The History of Coffee Roasting

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Is that egg in my coffee? Coffee history is weird. Professor Morris is cool.

Episode 111: The History of Coffee Roasting

Our first installment of our Roasting Series takes us back, way back. Our guest Professor Jonathan Morris (“The Coffee Historian”) chronicles for us a journey through coffee roasting over the last few thousand years. Was that egg I tasted in my coffee? Yes, yes it was.

Guest(s)

Professor Jonathan Morris (“The Coffee Historian”)

Twitter: @coffeehistoryjm
Website: https://jonathanmorris.academia.edu/

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Books

Coffee: A Global History by Jonathan Morris
Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry by Robert W. Thurston  (Editor),‎ Jonathan Morris (Editor),‎ Shawn Steiman  (Editor)


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