The Physics of Filter Coffee | Jonathan Gagné
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Renowned as the definitive treatise on filter coffee methods, 'The Physics of Filter Coffee' expertly navigates the reader through the web of factors influencing the brewing of filter coffee.
Enhanced with insightful graphical illustrations, sketches, and comprehensive explanations, Jonathan Gagné harnesses his extensive background in physics to shed light on the art of coffee brewing. This book is an indispensable companion for those who seek a profound understanding of the transformation their brew undergoes and the underlying mechanisms driving these changes.
More than just a scientific exploration of coffee brewing, 'The Physics of Filter Coffee' doubles as a pragmatic handbook, offering practical insights into enhancing the flavor of your coffee. Gagné not only delves into the theoretical intricacies but also provides real-world strategies to elevate your coffee-making skills.
About the Author:
Jonathan Gagné is an astrophysical researcher at the Montreal Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium and an adjunct professor at the Université de Montréal. He is the author of the blog 'Coffee Ad Astra,' where Gagné shares both succinct and in-depth reflections on applying his expertise in physics to the world of coffee brewing.