Penguin Press




In this fascinating history, Augustine Sedgewick explores the little-known saga of James Hill, an Englishman who founded a coffee dynasty in El Salvador.

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Review of ‘Coffeeland’

The term “coffeeland” could easily describe the United States today. Long part of daily life and culture, coffee has evolved from an inexpensive, plain cup of joe to a dizzying array of menu choices. But in this fascinating history, Coffeeland: One Man’s Dark Empire and the Making of Our Favorite Drug, Augustine Sedgewick digs deeper…

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