Jamaica: Makin’ Great Coffee

The ‘coffee cult’ hipster types often obsess about what growing region their precious coffee beans come from. And they aren’t wrong. Coffee beans from different regions, similar to grapes used for wine, can have different flavor profiles and tastes, with “notes” of everything from cherries and chocolate to tropical fruits such as pineapple or mango.

Over the past few decades, coffee grown in Jamaica’s Blue Mountain region has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most sought-after coffees in the world. Coffee beans grown in this area are prized for their mild flavor and lack of bitterness. Over 80 percent of all Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is exported to Japan, and is even used as the flavor based for Tia Maria and other coffee liqueurs.

Organo Gold’s Premium Gourmet Royal Brewed coffee is made using beans from this prized region. The beans are hand-sorted in the picturesque Blue Mountain region to ensure only the finest coffee makes it into this fresh, flavorful blend. The result is a coffee beverage with a rich, luxurious aroma and flavor second to none.



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