If you enjoy experimenting with a variety of new coffee concoctions, you should get yourself a recipe book (or two). Most of these coffee recipe books have a wealth of extra information that could prove invaluable to a coffee-drinker.
By Christie Katona. This book houses a very large collection of coffee recipes (over 200) and includes both hot and cold drinks. You should already know how to make great espresso, in order to get the most out of these recipes.
By Mathew Tekulsky. A recipe book to help you make espressos, cappuccinos, lattes, mochas and more. There's more than just coffee recipes in this book, with lots of helpful information on techniques, equipment and choosing the perfect bean.
By Helene Siegel and Karen Gillingham. A simple little book, with just recipes for coffee drinks and desserts with coffee.
By Susan Zimmer. "A whole latte more" than just a recipe book. This book will turn you into a knowledgable coffee-drinker in no time. Most of the recipes are based on espresso rather than straight coffee.
By Timothy Castle. This book only has a couple dozen recipes, but it's a very important book to have if you want to know more about the proper way to make your coffee.
By Tom Lacalamita. As the title states, you'll need an espresso machine for many of these recipes. There are both drink recipes and recipes for desserts and food too.
By Susann Geiskopf-Hadler. A mix of drink and dessert recipes, featuring both chocolate and coffee. What could be better in front of the fire this winter?
By Sandra Gluck. More desserts and sweet treats than drinks, this cookbook has more than 40 recipes using coffee.
By Rosemary Moon. This is an attractive hard-cover book with more than 40 recipes for coffee drinks as well as desserts.