Coffee drinkers have long known the benefits of the world’s oldest beverage.
But there’s one thing we don’t seem to understand—how it’s made.
In a new book called Coffee Is Good, author Dan Mihalik offers up some answers to this question.
Mihlik is a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz and co-founder of the Institute for the Study of Coffee and Espresso, which focuses on coffee.
The book examines how coffee can be used to improve the quality of life in the developing world, especially in developing countries.
Muhlik, who lives in New York, has published books on everything from the health benefits of cocoa butter to the best coffee recipes.
He recently co-authored Coffee Is Better: How Coffee Is Changing Your Health, Happiness, and Your Life.
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He sat down with NPR to talk about coffee, his thoughts on the book, and his advice for coffee drinkers.