This is 100% Export Grade 1 Jamaican Blue Mountain from either the Mavis Bank or Wallingford Estates (based upon availability). This bean is regarded as one of the finest coffees in the world.
Regarded as one of the finest varietals in the world, Jamaican Blue Mountain is the Rolls-Royce of coffee beans. This is the real deal, 100% Export Grade 1 Jamaican Blue Mountain from either the Mavis Bank or Wallingford Estates and grown between 3,000 to 5,500 feet in rich, volcanic soil. But what does that mean you ask? It means that you’re in for a smooth, balanced cup with a sweet-smelling, floral aroma with hints of sassafras and a moderate acidity. It means you’re about to fall in love with a bean known to inspire newbies and coffee connoisseurs alike with sweet caffeine dreams.
“There has been some curiosity amongst our readers (with me as well) as to why coffee like Jamaican Blue Mountain and Kona are so pricey. Is it the taste? Is it the location? Is it the availability? So, in response to these burning questions I did a little research to find some answers… I hope this suffices! ...”
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- Second only to Kona
Personally, I prefer Kona, which I drink regularly. But, having not tried JBM in over 30 years (when I was not impressed), I decided it was time to give it a second try.
Wow, am I glad I did. I have no explanation for why I was so underwhelmed 30 years ago. All I can tell you is that this coffee was roasted to perfection, creating the deepest, richest, most flavorful and robust taste I have ever experienced in a cup of coffee. Well worth the price.
I won't be drinking it daily, but I will be drinking it often. While Kona will always be my number one, this JBM is a very close second. I am confident that all coffee lovers will thoroughly enjoy this coffee.
I give it my highest recommendation. ”
“This stuff is pricey, no doubt about it. But it's worth every dime.