Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee In 1728, the governor of Jamaica, Sir Nicholas Lawes, received one coffee plant as a gift from the Governor of Martinique. The plant took root with vigor and only nine years later, in 1737, coffee exportation began with an initial shipment of 83,000 lbs. This is when the Jamaican coffee industry was born.
Wallenford Blue (16oz) -100% Jamaica Blue Mountain Ground Coffee - Our Wallenford Blue, 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee is certified by the Jamaican Coffee Industry Board (the highest regulatory authority in Jamaica) as being genuine and pure Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee. It is widely recognized by coffee connoisseurs for its smooth delicate taste, and unmistakable aroma. The coffee is roasted in Jamaica by Jamaica Standard Products Company Lim...
Jamaican Coffee Brownies - In Jamaica there is coffee known as the "Blue Mountain Coffee" This coffee is grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica making coffee a very accessible ingredient and widely used
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"Are you really going to eat that?"....written by Robert Walsh. Included are brains from Vietnam, cactus paddle margaritas, Thai Stinkfruit, Chilean picorrocco, and deep fried everything. But to give this book justice there are many selections of true wonderful (typical?) cuisine such as the blue crabs, Trinidadian curry, and the wonderful Creole food. My favorite selections are his search for true Jamaican coffee and Dinner at Darrington which portrays southern cooking at a prison.