140 “Aha!” Coffee Moments from the Conference Room, to the Café, to the Kitchen
by Robert Galinsky
Foreword by Jamie McCormick
In his book Coffee Crazy, Robert Galinsky captures the communal nature of what grabbing a cup of coffee means. Crowdsourced from the mindset of an entire rabid fanbase, Galinsky encapsulates the passion of generations of coffee lovers in a single cup-sized book that can be enjoyed with a cuppa of your favorite blend.
Coffee Crazy taps into the current zeitgeist and excitement associated with social media and the coffee frenzy that has fueled global coffee culture. From families, foodies, entrepreneurs, celebrities, corporate executives, to thought leaders, this book explores the millions of personalities inspired by caffeine and crema to dream about the next big idea in corporate break rooms, cafes, restaurants, or home dining rooms. It shows that coffee can be a medium for powerful positive social interactions and aspirations, and a magnificent and intimate way to connect and relate to others.
Coffee Crazy is part inspirational reading, part anecdotal literature that can act as great coffee conversation, and part casual humor or coffee talk that is designed towards personal growth. It is also a book that you won’t put down until you’ve read every last word… Good to the last drop!
Robert Galinsky’s book shows just how big coffee has become in modern culture. It is a passionate response from coffee lovers as well as the coffee industry, as they rally around their beloved beverage. It is a book you can read over and over, and still find something new and insightful every time. Buy someone a cup of coffee (and Coffee Crazy) and connect with them today!
Whether you’re looking to expand your horizons about coffee, deepen your appreciation for the historical beverage, or understand how coffee can be that one element that brings people together, Coffee Crazy is the right book for coffee lovers and coffee enthusiasts.
Coffee Crazy is part of the THiNKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweets/ahas).
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