There are few things as satisfying as an excellent cup of coffee. You smell the heady aroma, you tip the cup to your mouth, and you experience a feeling of supreme delight as the amber, punchy liquid glides down your throat. On our tour of the Blue Mountains we visit Craighton Estate known for its top quality coffee, and among the many delights of the tour is that you are treated to the estate brand.
Other things for you to enjoy on our tour if the appeal of the coffee isn't enough:
This is a tour that we can easily arrange for you. Why don't you join us on our group Tuesday tours? Our groups are small but if you would prefer a private/custom experience at a time and date more convenient for you, that can also be provided. This excursion is a fantastic way to learn about Jamaica, coffee, and nature, and the Blue Mountains is one of our favourite places to be in Jamaica. Really, for us offering this tour is just a great excuse to get a coffee and nature fix. We're very sure you will enjoy the experience too.
I love the city but one of my favourite places to visit is the Blue Mountains. The air is cooler, the pace is slower, and I am always treated to good coffee. On the Jamaica Cultural Enterprises tour, you get the added benefit of smaller group size, knowledgeable and expert guides, and great conversation. All in all a superior experience.
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It has recently been announced that Starbucks will be entering the Jamaican market in collaboration with Sandals, opening branches in Montego Bay and Kingston. They have also announced that they will be using Jamaican coffee. I am very hopeful that the investment will bring jobs and impact positively on the economy of my island. It is likely though that I will continue to patronise my local coffee shop. It's small and it can get quite crowded (I'm a big fan of personal space and buffer zones) but the coffee is good (they have a variety of hot and cold sophisticated coffee drinks but I always order a regular hot Blue Mountain coffee) and I know for a fact that the coffee is grown in Jamaica. In fact I know exactly where the farm is located. If you've never visited a coffee farm, I highly recommend it.
A coffee farm isn't the most natural environment that you can find but when you're in the mountains and the air is fresh and cool, the birds are darting about, and the coffee aroma is rising from your cup, you're happy. Listen, if you're coming to Jamaica it makes sense that you would check out one of the things Jamaica is most known for. On the tour you find out why the coffee is so good and why is it so expensive. As a bonus you get to purchase high quality coffee at a price much cheaper than you would outside of the island. If you're not a coffee lover, the tour still provides many benefits as you learn about some of our agricultural practices, a little about our economy, and, did I already mention the beauty of the mountains? Breathtaking.
I am hopeful that the Starbucks project will yield positive benefits for Jamaica. Certainly, we at Jamaica Cultural Enterprises will be rooting for solutions and projects that best support our local growers. A visit to a Blue Mountain coffee farm is a great way for you to see first hand what the fuss is about with Jamaican coffee, experience the beauty of the mountains, and learn about the impact of coffee on the lives of Jamaicans.
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