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Now, I'm not that up on the cutting edge of technology - meaning that I am not an owner of an iPad. Or an iPhone. But this app looks pretty sweet for those of you who do have one of those fancy Apple gadgets. I would love to have a little personal coffee guide helping me with brewing and blending. And just think of all the things the Stovetop Baristas could explore with such a guide . . .
For now though, we're going to have to stick to our non-Apple resources. And you can, too - here's a short list of our favorite coffee guides:
1. Plaid Creative's "The Perfect Pour: A Citizen's Guide"
This well-designed coffee guide was one of our very first posts, and we're sticking by it. It's a lovely way to know your stuff when it comes to coffee, and super quick and easy. Plus, it's so much fun to look at (awesome job, Plaid Creative!). Print this one out and stick it in your pocket. Your friends will be impressed by your knowledge.
2. "I Love Coffee! Over 100 Easy and Delicious Coffee Drinks" by Susan Zimmer
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3. "The Visual Miscellaneum" by David McCandless coffee guide
Becky discovered this little gem in "The Visual Miscellaneum," (check out the blog here) a book filled to the brim with cool infographics - clearly the coffee one stood out to her. Another simple, easy-to-read guide to creating the perfect cup of coffee. And once again, designed brilliantly. We love it, and we recommend you also print this one out to keep handy in your kitchen or in your pocket.