Scotty D's Jamaican Coffee

Scotty D's 100% Blue Mountain Coffee

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Cypress, CA

Scotty D's 100% Blue Mountain Coffee
8 OZ
Whole Beans
$0 

100% of the finest hand-picked Blue Mountain Coffee from Jamaica. Scotty D's Jamaican Blue Mountain is a coffee with a balanced medley of coffee flavors depicting a richness and sweetness that is hardly describable. A rich aroma with perfect acidity

Altitude,

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Country

Jamaica

Region

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Processes

Fully Washed

Variety

Blue Mountain

Notes from the curator

These beans were grown in the parish of St. Andrew in the world famous Jamaica 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.

More about Scotty D's Jamaican Coffee

We are a specialty coffee roaster in Orange County, California that focuses on coffee grown in Jamaica. We roast 100% Blue Mountain Coffee and various other varietals that we blend with Blue Mountain Coffee.

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Customer Reviews

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Chelsea Klassa avatargreat coffee

Great coffee, super smooth with deep flavor. Is it worth the price? Not sure. I’ve bought other brands on the marketplace for $20 for a larger size and would say they’re comparable with this one being a tad better. Definitely a splurge but if you’re willing to spend I’d certainly give it a try.

by Chelsea Klassa
mathias cohen avataramazingly smooth

Smoothest coffee yet, well balanced and tasty. Best coffee tried on the market yet

by mathias cohen
Tashunda Mallory avatarDelicious

This coffee is super delicious! One of my fav coffees so far! Will DEFINITELY reorder.

by Tashunda Mallory
Trevor Herrle-Braun avatarJamaican Ya!

An extremely smooth tasting with coffee, expensive but a nice treat. I have always enjoyed these beans.

by Trevor Herrle-Braun
Patricia Putnam avatarJamaican me really happy!

I've now ordered this a couple of times and have it in my regular rotation. It's pricey, of course, but it's worth it as a treat. It's well-balanced, and definitely leans more toward the caramel and nuts side of the house, rather than fruity. When I brew this one, I kick back, relax, and savor the flavor. This is not a coffee to be rushed. You should shift your mind to Island Time!

by Patricia Putnam