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Coffee beans get their flavour from the climate where they are grown. The Blue
Mountains in Jamaica offer some of the finest coffee beans ever found. The Blue
Mountains are named for the blue mist that hovers over the mountains at all
times. Located on the beautiful island of Jamaica, these mountains offer the
perfect climate for growing fantastic coffee beans. This lush, tropical region
benefits from plenty of rainfall, giving the soil the rich quality needed for
growing the gourmet Blue Mountain coffee.The beautiful Blue Mountains stand at
almost 7,500 feet above the sea and make a stunning backdrop for the pristine
white beaches These mountains house over 194,000 acres which are protected as
part of the rain forests. There are many different species of birds and plants
which can only be found in these mountains.Blue Mountain coffee beans were
originally brought to the Jamaican Islands by Sir Nicholas Lawes who hoped the
climate would prove productive for these special beans. Since 1728 these beans
have continued to produce extremely well and today coffee is the biggest export
of these islands. Blue Mountain coffee is one of the most sought after coffees
in the world and Japan imports a large part of this coffee.Blue Mountain coffee
offers a bold, rich taste which is also smooth and sweet. It is grown on small
farms instead of being mass produced. Often it is difficult to obtain because of
the high demand for the succulent flavour which can only be found in the Jamaican
mountain ranges. It is often referred to as the champagne of coffees because of
its bold, rich taste. It is also one of the most expensive coffees in the
world.The Threat to Blue Mountain Coffee’s ExistenceBlue Mountain coffee
is closely monitored by local Jamaican officials to insure the supreme quality
associated with its name. These officials grade the quality of the coffee bean
before they place it in specific categories. There is close regulation with
strict rules which must be met before the coffee bean is offered for sale.
Recent climate changes have posed a threat to Jamaica’s most precious
resource. Hurricane Ivan posed a real threat to not only the coffee industry,
but the islands themselves. Ivan is just one of a long line of hurricanes which
have threatened the islands over the span of only a few years. In 1988 Hurricane
Gilbert caused considerable damage to the coffee crop which resulted in a
drastic price increase. Each time the island sustains a hit it takes longer for
them to rebound which in turn makes the Blue Mountain coffee almost as precious
as gold.