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Jamaica Blue Mountain Reserve

The Blue Mountains of Jamaica are covered in an almost perpetual fog that appears to stand guard over the most prized and sought after coffee grown. The region has an ideal climate for producing this world most renowned coffee. Because of the extraordinary demand and limited production, roasters from North America, Japan, Europe, and Australia constantly battle each other for enough top-grade Jamaican Coffee to make it through the year. We have been very fortunate to have secured a significant quantity of the highest grade available. This extra supply has provided our Roastmaster with a luxury that other roasters do not have. True to his title he has created a masterful combination of varietals that produce a delicate spiciness, a mild body, and a silky finish. Handpicked, hand washed, and small batch roasted the day you order, are a few reasons why this Jamaican Blue Mountain Reserve is so exceptional and so smooth it was chosen time and time again in blind cuppings over other Jamaican Blue Mountain coffees. Founded in 1993, is the world's largest online gourmet coffee & tea company. We roast, blend, and flavor all of our own coffees as well as blend and create our own line of gourmet teas. To ensure outstanding quality, all of this is done under one roof, right here in our home office warehouse. fresh roasts our coffees daily in small batches, so your coffee is roasted the same day it ships. We are known for offering the highest quality of coffees and we think that when you experience coffee, you'll see the difference that hand-selected coffees, roasted to perfection, and delivered promptly can make. If you are already a Jamaica Blue Mountain lover, than you know there is no other bean like it in the world. Enjoy our exclusive JBM Reserve and see just how talented our Roastmaster is, that he can actually improve… on perfection! Visit to visit our online store. Become a CoffeeAM facebook fan and receive coupon codes, free sample info and event information!
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