If it doesn’t say Blue Mountain Coffee, is it really Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee?
In 1728, the Governor of Jamaica, Sir Nicholas Lawes introduced coffee seedlings in the parish of St. Andrew; coffee production was first reported at Flamstead, St. Andrew, in 1764.
Nestled in the Grand Ridge, which is home to Jamaica's largest National Park and Forest Reserve, the farmers in the Clydesdale coffee region produce an outstanding quality coffee, only of the typica variety. The Clydesdale brand represents, Blue Mountain Coffee from this and other select regions within the southern slope, which is the oldest coffee growing area of the Blue Mountains.
Now Available in 16oz including shipping
Export quality Blue Mountain Coffee green closed beans For HOME ROASTING. Instead of two seeds, only one seed develops per cherry,producing a smaller bean with a very rich flavor. Peaberries occur in only a small percentage of coffee cherries harvested from each tree, making them prized by coffee connoisseurs worldwide.
We are excited to be able to again offer, for a limited time one of the worlds truly delightful coffies
Clifton Mount Estate 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee
While Stocks Last !!!
For the first time, we now have coffee from some of the small farms of the Jamaica Coffee Growers Association. This Jamaica Select is a unique offering cultivated from farms owned by small farmers in Jamaica. With a pleasant almond characteristic, the balanced sugar and toasted nut notes create a round cup with good body that is very pleasing to the pallet.