Clydesdale by Coffee Traders One Hundred Percent Certified Genuine Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Whole Beans Medium Roast 8 Ounce
Many coffee connoisseurs agree that JAMAICAN BLUE MOUNTAIN Coffee is the world's best.
Each batch of our coffee is 100% certified by the Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA) as genuine blue mountain coffee and certificates of origin/authenticity are available on request for every batch of coffee we sell.
An exquisite balance of aroma, body and acidity is the medley which makes JAMAICAN BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE very special. However, it is the mellow sweet aftertaste that separates this unique brand from all the others.
Clydesdale is a renowned coffee growing region within the world famous Jamaica Blue Mountains. It is nestled in the Grand Ridge which is home to Jamaica's largest National Park and Forest Reserve. Coffee from this area was first exported in the late 1700's and because of the exceptional quality of the beans, it has since remained an important growing region.
The Clydesdale brand is well represented by exquisite coffees from this region creating the wonderful aromatic cup that established Jamaica Blue Mountain as the best in the World.
Allen's Trading Company has traveled extensively to find you this exclusive specialty coffee direct from Jamaica.✔
- 100% GENUINE JAMAICAN BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE - our Jamaican coffee is 100% genuine blue mountain (no blends added) and each batch is certified by the coffee industries board of Jamaica.
- VACUUM PACKED AND SEALED FOR FRESHNESS - our coffee is roasted and packaged in Jamaica in a traditional burlap bag and is vacuum packed and sealed to ensure freshness.
- MEDIUM ROASTED WHOLE BEANS - This preserves the natural flavors of this exquisite premium coffee.
- JAMAICA BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE HAS AN EXQUISITE balance of aroma, body and acidity with a mellow, sweet aftertaste - a medley that makes it so special.
- CLYDESDALE IS A FAMOUS COFFEE GROWING REGION in Jamaica with coffee being exported from here since the late 1700's.