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Blue Mountain Coffee Revelry

Jamaica’s Blue Mountain Coffee is one of those drinks that once tried is never forgotten.   Vibrant but gentle, this rich but mellow coffee is the world’s most expensive coffee and Japan’s favoured drink after Sake. What we particularly love about Blue Mountain Coffee’s unique taste is that unlike many other coffees you don’t need a sugar plantation to make it into something that is palatable, even when served as an espresso.

Here’s our favourite winter way of serving this rather special coffee; obviously you can try at home with your own favourite coffee blend. If we are feeling particularly decadent we like to add in a shot of our home-made orange liqueur, you can subsitute this with a shot Cointreau.

If you fancy trying Blue Mountain Coffee at source perhaps consider a visit to Hotel Mockingbird Hill where we can take you hiking in the Blue Mountains to take a look around a Coffee Plantation or perhaps consider our Sea & Mountain Escape, where you divide your time between the Blue Mountains and the Caribbean Sea.

Cinnamon Mocha Drink

¼ cup & 2 tbsp. dark unsweetened cocoa powder
¼ cup sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon and more for garnish
2 long shots freshly brewed espresso
2 cups whole milk
Whipped cream

Method:

Whisk cocoa powder, sugar and cinnamon.
Add espresso and whisk till smooth
Heat milk in separate pan until it begins to simmer
Add espresso mixture and heat for 5 minutes
Remove from heat
Pour into 2 mugs
Add whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon

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  1. Michael Whyte February 16, 2010 at 11:56 pm

    Thank you very much for singing the praises of my beloved coffee. I am a Blue Mountain Coffee farmer. My family have been for three generations. There is a whole lot of love in every single bean that we produce. I have always known that we produce some of the best coffee in the world, but it wasn’t until I became computer literate and started going online that I realized just how cherished and appreciated our coffee really is. Thanks again

     
  2. Michael Whyte February 26, 2010 at 11:04 pm

    Thank you very much for singing the praises of my beloved coffee. I am a Blue Mountain Coffee farmer. My family have been for three generations. There is a whole lot of love in every single bean that we produce. I have always known that we produce some of the best coffee in th world, but it wasn’t until I became computer literate and started going online that I realized just how cherished and appreciated our coffee really is. Thanks again

     
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