From the Corpulent Capers Blog:
So we’ve all heard of Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, haven’t we? Traditionally grown at elevations between 900 and 1700m in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica (obviously) it has gained a reputation for being one of the most expensive and sort after coffees in the world.
So what’s this RSW Estate Peaberry stuff then? Okay [...]
This news has really made our month! Winning a Great Taste gold star is no easy task. Of the 9738 products entered, only 33.8% were awarded a star.10,000 products were submitted this year with only 125 foods achieving the three gold stars. Last year, no coffees were awarded three gold stars.
So, we are delighted and proud to [...]
Winning a Great Taste gold star is no easy task. Of the 9738 products entered, only 33.8% were awarded a star.
The Great Taste Awards, organised by the Guild of Fine Food, is the acknowledged benchmark for speciality food and drink. It has been described as the ‘Oscars’ of the food world and the ‘epicurean equivalent [...]
From the So So Gay Lifestyle Blog:
Adam Lowe tries Sea Island Coffee’s blend and offers a blagger’s guide to all things espresso.
If, like us, you’re constantly on-the-go, your morning would be unbearable without that first coffee of the day. For this reason, we welcome the arrival of the hot stuff in the office. This month [...]
From the Lux Gifts Blog:
Sea Island Coffee’s signature espresso blend definitely does not disappoint.
Sea Island Signature Espresso Blend encompasses the rich blueberry notes and chocolate finish of coffee from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, to showcase a very different type of espresso.
It is perfect for that first early morning sip or after dinner digestive as [...]
From The Tea Times Blog:
The Organic Mount Everest Supreme from Sea Island Coffee is grown on just 100 hectares and is the only coffee estate in the Himalayas. This extremely exotic coffee has a very mild acidity with almost tea-like features, with hints of jasmine and vanilla balanced with a cocoa sensation.
The plantation was founded [...]
From Andy's Kitchen Food Blog:
SEA ISLAND COFFEE INTRODUCES FIRST SIGNATURE BLEND
According to exotic coffee merchants, Sea Island Coffee - if you really want a fantastic morning caffeine shot, it’s all in the blend.
Sea Island Signature Espresso Blend encompasses the rich blueberry notes and chocolate finish of coffee from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, to showcase a VERY [...]
From Gio's Coffee Diary Blog:
Region: Coffea Diversa Plantation, Biolley, Costa Rica
Geisha coffee is grown in the Coffea Diversa Plantation in Biolley in Southern Costa Rica at an altitude of 1200 to 1350 meters above sea level. Unlike most farms that produce only one type of coffee, Coffea Diversa produces various types (it is a multi-varietal [...]