In the only book of its kind, Driven to Espresso authoritatively and beautifully captures the entire evolution of drive-through coffee stands in the Northwest, starting with their precursor, the very first espresso cart on the streets of Seattle. With hundreds of stands to choose from, Ray Weisgerber found the most unique and most representative ones and compiled them in this fun, coffee-table-style book. It is an excellent gift for your best (coffee-addicted) friend, or your other friends or family members who really can't understand what the deal is about coffee, anyway.

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If you like that book then you would probably like Tall, Skinny, Bitter: Notes from the Center of Coffee Culture by Dani Cone. It's $10 on Amazon. Amazing book highlighting some amazing shops in WA and OR. I used it as a coffee guide when I went on vacation to WA and OR. My goal is to visit all the shops in the book. Go Read it NOW!
PS I just bought your book on amazon so I can't wait till it comes in the mail!
Cool! Thanks, Maria!


Maria said:
PS I just bought your book on amazon so I can't wait till it comes in the mail!
Looks like a cool book.
Hi Maria,
I hope you like it. If you have a moment, could you enter a comment on the Amazon page for my book? I'm told that the more comments, the better ranking it will get.
Hope you have a great holiday!
Ray

Maria said:
PS I just bought your book on amazon so I can't wait till it comes in the mail!

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