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Bennett Alan Weinberg is a medical and science writer. He is also chairman of his own advertising and public relations firm whose clients include several of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies. Bonnie K. Bealer is a researcher and writer trained in psychology and anthropology. The authors live in Philadelphia.
"[A] marvelous new book." - Malcolm Gladwell, "The New Yorker "An eye-opening explanation of the history and culture of coffee." -"Food and Wine "The book's engaging, easy style allows readers to zip through it like a jolt of good java, or savor it slowly like a good cup of tea." -"The Washington Post Book World "With impressive felicity, Weinberg and Bealer marshal the forces of history, chemistry, cultural anthropology, psychology, philosophy, and even a little religion to tell caffeine's complicated story." -"The Cleveland Plain Dealer ..."a magnificently researched book filled with revelations about what has become, for many of us, a routine part of each day's consumption." -"The Wall Street Journal