Mitchell, Heidi. “Coffee Talk: How It Stacks Up Against Water.” Wall Street Journal, October 12, 2015, sec. Life. Link.
John M. Talbott, “On the Abandonment of Coffee Plantations in Jamaica after Emancipation,” Journal of Imperial & Commonwealth History 43/1 (March 2015): 33-57. Argues that coffee production on large plantations continued beyond 1850 into the 1880s.
Redinger, Matthew A. “Distilling the Influence of Alcohol: Aguardiente in Guatemalan History/Coffee and Community: Maya Farmers and Fair-Trade Markets.” Ethnohistory 61, no. 2 (Spring 2014): 376–79.
Cafes, coffee stands, and traveling coffee vendors.
Pierre Jean-Baptiste Le Grand d’Aussy [1737-1800], A History of Coffee and Other Refreshments in Early Modern France, translated by Jim Chevalier (CreateSpace, 2014). 40 pages.
Coffee prepared by Mohammad Hasan al-map, better known as Deeb. since 1959. Before him, his father ran the coffee shop. It serves coffee beginning at 4 am.