Jamaican Blue Mountain

Taste

This silky smooth, full-bodied coffee has a mild, slightly sweet flavor with bright acidity, virtually no bitterness, and a sparkling aroma.

Origin

Jamaica’s Blue Mountain region is north of Kingston and south of Port Maria. The elevations of up to 7,500 feet in this unique growing region are some of the Caribbean’s highest areas.

CoffeeMan Dan says, ” Japan has been known to corner the market on this premium coffee, making it one of the most expensive as well as one of the enjoyable gourmet coffees.”


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