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first_imgCoffeecoffee guideguide bookLonely PlanetLonely Planet FoodLonely Planet’s Global Coffee Tour International travel authority guide Lonely Planet Food, a division of Lonely Planet,  has released Lonely Planet’s Global Coffee Tour. The publishers worked with a worldwide network of coffee-loving travel writers (and well-travelled coffee journalists) to select great cafes, roasteries and plantations that coffee lovers can visit in 37 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania.Australia’s best coffee spots are also widely covered, and not just Sydney and Melbourne but the many experiences across the country are represented in the book — from sipping a cold-drip brew in the middle of a 19th-century gold rush town, taking part in a pour-over sampling at a vineyard or grabbing a take-away filter coffee from a capsule café made partly from the remnants of Perth’s first General Post Office.Within each of the countries in the book, Lonely Planet Food has organised the best coffee shops and roasteries to visit by city, or in the case of plantations, by region. In each entry authors have suggested the coffee you should taste or buy while there, and also recommend local sights and things to do so ‘coffee tourers’ can explore the local area, as well as the coffee.Lonely Planet’s Global Coffee Tour retails for $29.99.last_img

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