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THE BEST COFFEE IN THE WORLD FROM TWO OF THE BEST JAMAICAN ESTATES

We provide you with premium Jamaica Blue Mountain® Coffee from two of the most recognized coffee estates in the Blue Mountain ranges of Jamaica
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CLIFTON

Mount Estate

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BUILT ON FAMILY TRADITION AND CONSCIOUS LIVING

Many connoisseurs agree that Jamaica Blue Mountain® coffee is the world’s best. An exquisite balance of aroma, body and acidity is the medley which makes Blue Mountain coffee very special. However, it is the mellow sweet aftertaste that separates this unique brand from all others.

In 1953, the Jamaican Government created the Coffee Industry Board (CIB) of Jamaica, a regulatory body established to protect the quality of Jamaican coffee. Jamaica was the first country in the world to establish a defined geographical location designated to a specific coffee brand, similar to that constructed by the French wine industry with the creation of the AOC (Appellation d’Origine Controlleé).

All coffee exported from Jamaica is shipped by the CIB. Rigorous testing by highly trained quality control experts from the CIB guarantee that all coffee exported is 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain. This seal, the property of the CIB, is your guarantee of quality.

CLIFTON VARIETIES

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Grade 1

For the Most Exigent Taste

The premiums of premiums, nothing less. Grade 1 beans are the biggest coffee beans available from Blue Mountain coffee farms, screen size 17 to 19. They look good and taste great. Best commercialized if you sell roasted whole beans to consumer.

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Select

Ready for production

Select beans are a mixed screen size ranging from 15 to 19. They taste just as good as Grade 1 & 2 but might seem a bit less uniform to the trained eyes. Good news, they come at a lower price point which makes them great for transformation into, grounded, K-Cups or even cold brew.

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Peaberry

The Super Berry?

Looking for something out of the ordinary? Want to offer a special coffee to your clients? Blue Mountain Peaberry are smaller and rounder which helps a more even roast. Certain coffee specialists believe that because they live alone in their cherry that they hold double the flavor as regular, flat head coffee beans.

Clifton Mount Today:

Owned by the Sharp family since 1977 Clifton Mount Estate is fully integrated, with all aspects of processing handled internally. Quality is expertly controlled at every step of the way.

The farm is aligned to an eco and bird friendly philosophy and takes pride in excellent community and labor relations. To minimize water consumption, a state of the art coffee pulpery was installed on property. The farm also uses a recycling water system as well as the vermiculture methodology for pulp decomposition.

The estate is recognized as producing the finest world renowned Blue Mountain Coffee. The farm with its elegant Great House is located in the Newcastle region, on the Eastern slope of Catherine’s Peak at 4,300 ft. above sea level.

Owner: Sharp Family

Location: Newcastle region, St. Andrew

Total Area: 250 acres

Coffee Planted Area: 180 acres

Average Altitude: 4,300 feet

Drying: 100% sun-dried

Variety: 100% Arabica Typica

Processing: Fully washed or fermented based upon customer request

Cup Characteristics: The perfect and delicate balance of acidity, body and aroma. Its acidity is bright and delicate, its body gentle and velvety. Its aroma is softly penetrating and sweet with floral, spicy, and citric undertones. There is a presence of cocoa undertones in its aftertaste.

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Clydesdale

Estate

At the Heart of The Blue Mountain

Clydesdale Estate was founded in the late 1700s by Dr. Colin McClarty, a British national who came to Jamaica for what he thought would be a short visit but fell in love with the country and decided to stay. It was one of the first estates to plant coffee commercially in Jamaica. Following Dr. McClarty’s example and realizing the excellent quality coffee produced in this area, other farmers ventured into coffee production in the vicinity of Clydesdale Estate.
It is from these beginnings that the Clydesdale coffee region evolved. Clydesdale Estate Coffee was first exported in the late 1700’s and because of the exceptional quality of the beans, it has remained an important coffee growing region since.

Clydesdale VARIETIES

Grade 1

For the Most Exigent Taste

The premiums of premiums, nothing less. Grade 1 beans are the biggest coffee beans available from Blue Mountain coffee farms, screen size 17 to 19. They look good and taste great. Best commercialized if you sell roasted whole beans to consumer.

Grade 2

Great Beans for Great Coffee

Don’t be fooled by their classification. Grade 2 beans roast and taste wonderfully. If it’s either for Blue Mountain whole beans or grounded. This will choice will satisfy the coffee connoisseur just as well as Grade 1.

Select

Ready for production

Select beans are a mixed screen size ranging from 15 to 19. They taste just as good as Grade 1 & 2 but might seem a bit less uniform to the trained eyes. Good news, they come at a lower price point which makes them great for transformation into, grounded, K-Cups or even cold brew.

Peaberry

The Super Berry?

Looking for something out of the ordinary? Want to offer a special coffee to your clients? Blue Mountain Peaberry are smaller and rounder which helps a more even roast. Certain coffee specialists believe that because they live alone in their cherry that they hold double the flavor as regular, flat head coffee beans.

Clydesdale Coffee Today

Although no longer in operation, the Clydesdale Estate factory, drying patios, and water wheel can still be seen and still stand after more than two hundred years. Once a favourite getaway for honeymooners, the Clydesdale Great House along with the factory, have now been appointed by the Government of Jamaica as a National Heritage site. The farmers in the Clydesdale coffee region have continued the tradition and still produce an outstanding quality coffee, only of the Typica variety.
The Clydesdale brand represents coffees from this region and other select regions within the Southern slope of the Blue Mountains, which is the oldest coffee growing area in the Blue Mountains. In a new decade of excellence, the producers of Clydesdale coffee continue to celebrate the old traditions that have made this coffee world renowned.

Owner: Sharp Family

Location: Grand Ridge Region, St. Andrew

Coffee Planted Area: 1000 Acres + Planted by family farmers

Average Altitude: 3,500 feet

Drying: 100% sun-dried

Variety: 100% Arabica Typica

Processing: Fully washed or fermented based upon customer reques

Cup Characteristics The perfect and delicate balance of acidity, body and aroma. Its acidity is bright and delicate, its body gentle and velvety. Its aroma is softly penetrating and sweet with floral, spicy, and citric undertones. There is a presence of cocoa undertones in its aftertaste.

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4810 Jean-Talon O. #203

Montréal, Québec

H4A 3J4

514-298-7587 felix@jacoffee.ca
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