Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

Jamaican Blue Mountain CoffeeThis coffee is known as Robusto (dandelions). This variety of coffee is considered inferior by most coffee experts, including those qualified
to judge and rate coffee in an international scale. Costa Rica, which produces some very fine Arabica coffee beans, has even passed a
national law against the cultivation and harvesting of Robusto coffee plants.

Some of the biggest customers of Robusto coffee beans are big commercial coffee companies that market canned and prepackaged coffee to supermarkets, convenience stores, and commercial
wholesalers. It is not fresh roasted, and the difference in taste and quality is obvious. It is proof that when it comes to coffee, you truly get what you pay for.


The world’s most desired coffee is grown on the eastern end of the beautiful island of Jamaica in the majestic range of hills known as the Blue Mountains. Cool misty conditions mixed with the rich earth and generous rainfall provides the perfect environment for growing coffee that is well balanced and full-bodied.

Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee or Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee is a classification of coffee grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness. Over the last several decades, this coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world;

Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is a globally protected certification mark, meaning only coffee certified by the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica can be labeled as such. It comes from a recognised growing region in the Blue Mountain region of Jamaica, and its cultivation is monitored by the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica.

The Blue Mountains are generally located between Kingston to the south and Port Antonio to the north. Rising to 2,300 metres (7,500 ft), they are some of the highest mountains in the Caribbean. The climate of the region is cool and misty with high rainfall. The soil is rich, with excellent drainage. This combination of climate and soil is considered ideal for coffee.

Review of Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee
So I had my first taste of Jamaica blue mountain coffee today and can honestly say it's the best, most smooth cup of coffee i've had. The smell when you first open the bag is divine, when you grind down the beans it only gets better. I use a Bruville single cup coffee maker to make my coffee so i'm not exactly sure if it would taste different with a drip coffee maker, i'll have to use one and then update this review. Not only can you smell the difference from your run of the mill coffee but you can see the difference as well,a dark rich looking cup but not overbearing or bitter just really smooth.

This is the Mercedes of coffee. Jamaica is known for only a couple of world exports. Why not be on top with one of the best coffee's on the planet. If you haven't tried Jamaican Blue, it really is worth the cost. These beans make a great cup to share with friends and family especially if there's a special event being celebrated. It just makes a great cup of joe no matter what the reason.

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