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Mexico: Instituto Mexicano del Cafe, 1966. First edition, presumed. 114p., b+w photos, illus., wrps. Very Good Paperback Dozens of recipes for coffee drinks, snacks and desserts. Includes iced coffee, Irish coffee, coffee gelatin and other regionally inspired ways of preparing coffee. The Instituto Mexicano del Cafe was a government body created in 1958 for the purpose of investigating, promoting and controlling the trade of coffee throughout the nation. This period is considered by many to be a golden age of coffee production in Mexico. The institute was dissolved in 1989. No copies on OCLC (Item ID: 172576)


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