The Science of Coffee is a journey into coffee's hidden microscopic secrets to help you make even better coffee at home.
Across six episodes, documentary maker and coffee professional James Harper takes you deep into the world of water for coffee, coffee extraction, plant genetics, espresso technology, latte foam and sonic seasoning.
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