There’s coffee and then there’s coffee. The world’s best cup may be Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, with its smooth rich flavor and lack of bitterness.
The Blue Mountains of Jamaica are so named for the azure haze that wreathes its peaks, which 2,256 meters above sea level. Covering the eastern parishes of St. Andrew, St. Thomas, Portland and St. Mary, the mountains boast the ideal conditions for coffee growing, with their cool mists, abundant rainfall, rich volcanic soil offering excellent drainage and prolonged growing season. . . . Read the entire post I wrote for the LaCure magazine blog.