• Special Reserve Jamaica Blue Mountain available soon

    For EU customers at least. Not sure whether that includes UK and no certain news about USA/Canada or other markets. The Original line pod should start popping up in Nespresso stores and boutiques around the first days of December. As preannounced earlier, the pod is a re-release of the Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee with an aesthetic uplifting. Nothing else should be changed.

  • Jamaica Blue Mountain getting re-released

    In Europe only, so far. It has recently popped up on the Nespresso France website and it is highly probable that it will make its appearance throughout EU within the next weeks, as it usually happens. No news if it will be released in the US and other markets as well. Interesting to notice that the capsule and the package have got an aesthetic update: now the pod is grey with little blue twirls.

  • Special Reserve Jamaica Blue Mountain coming next year?

    It’s been rumored that a special edition of the famous Jamaica Blue Mountain origin will be released next year. January or early February, at most. It was originally thought to launch last November but was delayed. It is just a rumor so far, and it is totally unknown if it will be released worldwide (probably not) or only in some markets. Also unclear whether it will be released for the Vertuo line as well as for the Original.

  • Hayman Jamaica Blue Mountain

    Hayman Jamaica Blue Mountain review

    Origin: 100% Grade 1 Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee Order: Buy Jamaica Blue Mountain at Hayman , Buy Jamaica Blue Mountain at Amazon One of the most renowned coffee in the world, as reviewed on top speciality coffee guides as Coffee Detective, Caffeine Informer and Coffee Review. Hayman’s Jamaica Blue Mountain comes from the Mavis Bank in Jamaica, 100% Arabica. Light brown foam. Sweet aroma, caramel predominant. Velvety crema. Some earthy tones can be smelled. At first sip, medium dry, acidic, light bodied. The aroma would have suggested a medium roast but the body a lighter one instead. Persistent aftertaste of herbs. At lower temperatures the acidity becomes more pronounced but…

  • Reference

    Table of coffee origins – The Caribbeans

    Country/Region Denomination Notes Cuba Cuba (general) Low acidity with a heavy body Santa Clara Pinar Del Rio Vuelta Abaja Oriente Sierra Maestra Sierra del Escambray Sierra del Rosario Haiti Haiti (general) Rich, fairly acid, relatively full-bodied, mildly-sweet flavor, sometimes spicy. The naturals are extensively used for french roasts. St. Marc Gonaive Cap Haitien Jacmel Les Cayes Jeremie Haitian Bleu Rich, opulent and sweetly low-toned. Can be inconsistent as it is from all around Haiti. Dominican Republic Dominican Republic (general) High grown are of a good body, fair flavour. The lower ones are strong, approaching a Rio from Brazil in flavour. Classic Caribbean taste, overall well balanced, relatively clean and low…