Known also as “the caviar of coffee”, Blue Mountain is one of the most appreciated qualities in the world. It grows in the Blue Mountains on the eastern part of the island, whose peaks, some exceeding 2,200 metres in height, are bathed by warm, humid winds. The Arabica coffee, imported from Martinique in the 18th century, is grown on the highest mountainsides. Neatly arranged on terraces cultivated with fertile soil, it is irrigated by pure water streams and shaded by avocado and banana trees.
The most beautiful island ever ", so named by Christopher Columbus, Jamaica is the land of Jerk Chicken and reggae music, the long white beaches, but is also the country of a coffee really special. Also called the "caviar of the coffee", "Blue Mountain" of Jamaica is one of the qualities most appreciated in the world. It grows in "Blue Mountains", the eastern part of the island, caressed by the humid and warm breezes, a mountain range whose peaks exceed 2200 meters above sea level. Higher slopes of these mountains, well laid out on terraces made to a breeding ground, irrigated from the pure water of streams and shaded by banana and avocado, Arabica plants are brought from Martinique in the 18th century.