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    Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

    Dib's
    Sun Jul 29, 2012 8:22 am
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    So what is Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, and why is it considered special?

    First of all, in order to be labeled “Jamaican Blue Mountain”, the coffee must comply with a number of criteria, as set forth by the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica. The coffee must be grown in the Blue Mountains between the elevations of 3000 and 5500 feet. All area above this point is forest reserve, and coffee grown at the lower elevations cannot be labeled as Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee. The Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica ensures the quality and classification of the coffees, and regulates the coffee industry of Jamaica.

    Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is both intriguing and captivating. It imparts subtle hints of orange, clove, cinnamon, and brown sugar. Top that off with being smooth and silky, Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is hard, if not impossible to resist.

    My personal preference in brewing any coffee, let alone a gourmet bean is the French Press. A siphon pot is my second choice. If your going to drop $50 dollars (easily) on a pound of coffee, make sure your getting the most out of each drop!

    If you find Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee for $50 or under it had better be a screaming sale or your not getting true Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee-worst case senario the beans are very, very old and not worth it.


    Last edited by Dib's on Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:59 am, edited 1 time in total
    Sage
    Mon Jul 30, 2012 12:50 pm
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    Sorry to say I will not be much help with this topic. I do not drink coffee; I am green tea girl.
    But I do love a Caribbean coffee laced with amaretto and rum, topped off with whipped cream to finish a special meal.
    Dib's
    Thu Aug 09, 2012 1:59 pm
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    Sage wrote:
    Sorry to say I will not be much help with this topic. I do not drink coffee; I am green tea girl.
    But I do love a Caribbean coffee laced with amaretto and rum, topped off with whipped cream to finish a special meal.


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