Clydesdale, JBM

Clydesdale, JBM

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A classic Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee grown in the Parish of St. Andrew at an average altitude of 1000 metres. The Clydesdale coffee region is nestled in the Grand Ridge of the Blue Mountains adjacent to Jamaica’s largest National Park and Forest reserve in the very centre of the Blue Mountains (referred to as the Heart of the Blue Mountains). Clydesdale is silky smooth, well-balanced, with an excellent full body, superior mild taste, sweet and creamy flavour with hints of chocolate.
£20.00 per 125g
... / per 6oz Cup A Note on pricing
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As described & fresh beans

This is my favourite everyday coffee nice and smooth with lovely caramel undertones

This is my favourite everyday coffee smooth coffee with no bitter aftertaste with caramel undertones

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Climate / Geography

Located in the parish of St. Andrew in the world famous Jamaica Blue Mountains, Clydesdale Blue Mountain Coffee is grown at altitudes of around 1000 metres. Clydesdale nestles in the Grand Ridge, one of Jamaica’s largest National Parks and Forest Reserves, in the very heart of the Blue Mountains. What makes the Jamaica Blue Mountains such an ideal location for coffee production is their rich volcanic soil, cool climate and high rainfall, which all combine to produce a perfect environment for the Arabica Typica bean to flourish.

Technical Information

  • Country: Jamaica
  • Altitude: 1300 metres
  • Method: Fully Washed

Additional Info

Clydesdale is one of the oldest coffee growing estates in Jamaica, located on the Southern slopes of the Blue Mountains. Clydesdale has over 300 years of experience in growing coffee. Nowadays, the estate is run by the Sharp family, which has been involved in coffee production in Jamaica for over 4 generations. Jamaica Blue Mountain is a protected name, and each barrel of Clydesdale goes through rigorous invigilation & testing by the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica to ensure that the coffee being exported is 100% pure Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee.

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