Origin

Specialty coffee from Jamaica

Mountain

Varieties

Typica, Caturra, Geisha

Processing methods

washed

Altitude range

600 - 2000 masl 

Harvest

February – June 

Total yearly production

1.2 million bags

All Coffees

Coffee production in Jamaica began after 1728, when governor Sir Nicholas Lawes introduced the crop near Castleton, north of Kingston.

Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is the special variety of coffee that is grown in the Blue Mountains region, which has the most conducive climate and topographical features; this variety is known for its scent and sweet taste. Most of Jamaica’s coffee production is grown for export.

Main production areas: Blue Mountain (Saint Andrew, Saint Thomas, Portland and Saint Martin)

Port of Shipment: Kingston

Export bag size: 30 or 70 kg Barrels

  • Estate
    Almond
    Cream
    Vanilla
    White Chocolate

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Wallenford Estate Grade 1

    washed

    Jamaica

    Jamaica Genuine Blue Mountain Wallenford Estate Grade 1

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  • Almond
    Milk Chocolate
    Vanilla

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Amber Estate Grade 1 15kg barrel

    washed

    Jamaica

    Jamaica Genuine Blue Mountain Amber Estate Grade 1

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  • Almond
    Milk Chocolate
    Vanilla

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Amber Estate Grade 1 30kg barrel

    washed

    Jamaica

    Jamaica Genuine Blue Mountain Amber Estate Grade 1 #30kg

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  • Apple
    Rosemary

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Gold Cup Estate Grade 1

    washed

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Gold Cup Estate Grade 1

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  • Almond
    Vanilla
    White Chocolate

    Jamaica

    Genuine Blue Mountain Stoneleigh Estate Grade 1

    washed

    Jamaica

    Jamaica Genuine Blue Mountain Stoneleigh Estate Grade 1

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