Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee
This is a discussion on Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee within the Coffee Reviews forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; I have never heard of Jamaica Mountain Blue Coffee but the name has got me hooked already and certainly from these posts and the dollar ...
- 06-09-2012 09:39 PM #11
I have never heard of Jamaica Mountain Blue Coffee but the name has got me hooked already and certainly from these posts and the dollar amounts being discussed I can tell this is some primo bean. Does anyone know where you can find this stuff and order it? I think it's worth trying at least once.
- 06-09-2012 09:39 PM # ADS
- 07-05-2012 10:26 PM #12
many ways to brew a cup of coffee, but all methods will not produce [B]... the carafe as at home with fine china as it is with the first cup of morning coffee
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- 07-14-2012 07:44 AM #13
I haven't taste this flavor but I m thinking this will be very delicious drink
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- 09-04-2012 01:15 AM #14
hmmm...gonna try that ...where can I find Blue Mountain here in Jkt...lol
- 09-07-2012 10:07 PM #15
It's good stuff, but I don't think it's worth the expense to be honest. I find a Yemen or Ethiopia Harrar to be more exciting to my tastes. I suppose the price difference helps my taste buds too!
- 09-08-2012 08:57 AM #16
Welcome to the Coffee Forums website. I'm very glad you found us.
I'm especially glad to read that you enjoy Ethopian Harrar coffee. I've found it to be a very enjoyable coffee. Unfortunately, I have to go out of my way to get it,(or buy it on-line) because my local roaster prefers to offer Ethiopian Yirgacheffe. He thinks it's a better coffee (more popular), but I have a feeling it's because the Harrar beans are a little tricky to roast.
I also enjoy Papua New Guinea, which is somewhat similar to Jamacian Blue Mountain, but it's much less expensive.
- 10-11-2012 02:26 AM #17
- 10-11-2012 07:40 AM #18
Vera: Thanks. I've been waiting to find out whose coffee you were going to try and promote.
- 10-11-2012 07:47 AM #19
Rose: Is the local guy's yergacheffe a natural or washed? The reason I ask is that there is little comparison between a natural harrar and washed yerg, imo. The naturals are much more fruity/winey, the washed yerg more bright and floral. There are different enough that a roaster should be able to justify carrying both. The naturals don't roast up very evenly, but I don't view that as a problem. My guess is that characteristic is partly responsible for their unique and wonderful flavor profile in the cup.
- 10-11-2012 08:37 AM #20
I don't know if it's natural or washed. I'll try to remember to ask him the next time I go there.
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