Limited Quantity: Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee

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Introducing our first VERY LIMITED Single Origin Coffee of 2014, Jamaica Blue Mountain.
A favorite specialty coffee of ours, Jamaica Blue is grown at 3,000 feet and is of the Typica variety. A nutty, caramel aroma that fills your home when you brew Jamaica Blue. With a medium body and moderate acidity you will experience a balanced, sweet, nutty flavor combined with spices, giving you the perfect long and pleasing finish.


Our Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee comes from the Clydesdale farm;

Clydesdale is a renowned coffee growing region located in the parish of St. Andrew - formerly the parish of Port Royal. It is nestled in the Grand Ridge which is home to Jamaica’s largest National Park and Forest reserve. The Clydesdale coffee region is located at the very center of the Blue Mountain coffee area...


Clydesdale Estate was founded in the late 1700s by Dr. Colin McClarty, jamaican-blue-reservea British national who came to Jamaica for what he thought would be a short visit but fell in love with the country and decided to stay. It was one of the first estates to plant coffee commercially in Jamaica. Following Dr. McClarty’s example and realizing the excellent quality coffee produced in this area, other farmers ventured into coffee production in the vicinity of Clydesdale Estate.

It is from these beginnings that the Clydesdale coffee region evolved. Clydesdale Estate Coffee was first exported in the late 1700’s and because of the exceptional quality of the beans, it has remained an important coffee growing region since.


We only have a couple hundred (12) ounce bags available. So grab your Jamaica Blue before supplies run out:





  1. Jay Tamburina 30 August, 2014 at 12:58 Reply

    I need to order another 80 count of Fog Chaser. However, this time I want to be sure to be shipped OneCups with the new ‘all red to the edge’ tops and updated San Francisco Bay logo print. Can you help with this request? Thanks. Jay

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