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Take a visual tour of the best indie coffeehouses in Seattle and Portland, and learn all you'll ever need to know about the drink and the baristas who serve it. Featuring the voices of more than 100 Northwest baristas and roasters, this collection of photos, drawings, confessionals, instruction, humor, history, advice, and more offers and entertaining and informative insid ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published February 3rd 2009 by Sasquatch Books
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Elizabeth
Top 5 Things Customers Say That Make Baristas Want to Punch Them in the Face:

1. Happy Friday
2. Why are you yawning? Don't you work in a coffee shop?
3: Barista: How's it going? Customer: Tall Mocha
4. Can I have a caramel macchiato?
5. Really? This is all you do? I assumed you did something else.
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Robyn Schultz
I love coffee. I could practically smell the shots being pulled while reading this book. Love all the stores and the passion the barista's have for their job. This would be a great book to have in the car and use as a guide for a few fantastic road trips. It was published in 2009, so a little research might be in order to avoid disappointment.
Sarah
Has the potential to be really interesting - an insider look at the coffee shop culture of the pacific northwest. reads more like advertising for various coffee shops with not much "insider" info besides a strong dislike for starbucks language. some amusing stories and terminology, like "Why Bother" - a no-fat, no-caffiene, no-flavor cappuccino.
Carla Hanson
This was a fun book to read especially if you love coffee, live in Seattle (or Portland) and only drink Starbucks cause it has a drive through!

Julie
Just pretty much a list of coffee houses and bits of info about them. Not what I expected and I didn't care for it.
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