A natural occurring mutation of the normal coffee cherry, whereby only a single bean is produced. These smaller, round beans are characterised by their sweetness and robust flavour
Renowned throughout the world for it's incomparable standard of quality, Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee must meet stringent regulations and be grown under specific conditions. Considered one of the best coffees in the world, it is distinguished by its unique location and micro-climate- grown at high altitude on a tropical island where near constant cloud cover gives perfect shading and the cool sea breezes provide ideal moisture.
All of our Jamaica Blue Mountain beans are 100% Grade 1, Screen 17/18, and certified as export quality by The Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica.
Clifton Mount is the oldest continually functioning coffee estate in the world and is recognized for producing the very finest quality Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee. The farm with its elegant Great House is located in the Newcastle region of the island and is situated on the Eastern slope of Catherine's Peak at 1300 metres above sea level.
This rare speciality coffee has all characteristics that make Jamaica Blue Mountain a world famous coffee - smooth, with a mild acidity, sweet creamy aftertaste, hints of chocolate and floral overtones.
The Kona region on the big island of Hawaii is home to a superb combination of climatic factors making for an ideal coffee growing micro climate characterized by rich volcanic soil, an ideal elevation of about 300-500 metres and a steady, gentle climate.
Greenwell Estate Kona coffee is grown on a small private estate of just 60 hectares of the most productive land in the Kona District, about 335 metres above sea level. Only the very best quality coffee is identified as this Greenwell Estate Extra Fancy Hawaiian Kona.
This Kona Extra Fancy coffee really is a quintessential Kona -- smooth, medium body with hints of spices, a slightly tangy citrus flavour and finished with a lovely milk chocolate after taste.
St Helena, a volcanic tropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean, has been a British colony since the 17th Century and is one of the most isolated of British overseas territories. The native Green Tipped Bourbon Arabica varietal coffee was introduced to St Helena in 1733 by its then owner, The East India Company. The island's most famous resident was the Emperor Napoleon, who was exiled there after his defeat at Waterloo 1815 until his death in 1821. Many connoisseurs consider this to be the best coffee in the world. Napoleon agreed, stating that “the best thing about St Helena is the coffee”!
Bamboo Hedge Estate lies high in the Sandy Bay valley, approximately 400 meters above sea level. This rare coffee yields a cup of superb elegance and subtlety characterised by floral bouquet and a pronounced acidic fruitiness with notes of citrus, honey, berry, and stone fruits.
Our gift sets are exquisitely packaged in our signature matte black boxes and finished with satin white ribbon - the perfect gift for any coffee lover. All our other roasted coffees are also available gift wrapped - Simply add the item to your cart and select the gift wrap option at checkout.
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