Wallenford, Jamaica High Mountain Supreme

Wallenford, Jamaica High Mountain Supreme

The Wallenford story begins with Matthew Wallen, a Captain in the British Navy who sailed to Jamaica in 1746 and, shortly thereafter, began pursuing his craft as a botanist. Captain Wallen began growing coffee in the Wallenford area of the Blue Mountains but the company’s production has since been expanded to the High Mountains of central and western Jamaica. High Mountain Supreme coffee is grown at an altitude of approximately 600 m above sea and offers a smooth full-bodied flavour, light acidity, clean taste and pleasant aroma. .
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Climate / Geography

Jamaica High Mountain Supreme is grown at a lower elevation than coffee from estates in Jamaica’s Blue Mountain range. Traditionally, only coffee grown above 910m can carry the name Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee, coffee grown above 460m is more commonly referred to as Jamaica High Mountain, with everything below 460m called Jamaica Supreme or Jamaica Low Mountain.

Technical Information

  • Country: Jamaica
  • Altitude: 1500
  • Method: Fully washed

Additional Info

Hiding in the shade of its more famous cousin, Jamaica High Mountain coffee is now available for all to try and discover. Jamaica High Mountain strengths are in its smoothness and well roundedness. Expect a creamy, mild acidic brew with light fruits and molasses, but above all an incredible smoothness in taste and aroma.

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