The Lost Coffee Verses
The Lost Coffee Verses of Genesis Victorian Style Pamphlet (humor)
The Lost Coffee Verses of Genesis is a short 'biblical" humor passage written by Bookbinder & Book Restorer Edward Patrick Kranz and is intended to be taken mirthfully. It is out of the love of all things coffee that these words were put to paper and shared with other coffee addicts. The layout and design of the Lost Coffee Verses of Genesis pamphlet was also created by Mr. Kranz.
Edward is also know as Ezju, the Coffee Artist of Seattle.
the text starts off as such:
"On the morning of the Eighth day, God made coffea in the Plantae kingdom. The shrubs flowered and bore fruit. God saw that the fruit was good."
For the full Lost Verses, you will need to get a copy of the pamphlet!
The pamphlet is printed on aged parchment paper and is hand-bound in a traditional pamphlet stitch style.