jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Supplier

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Luxury Coffee of the Highest Quality

If you are looking for speciality coffee suppliers who produce first-class Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, take a look at MF Products' online store. Our coffee beans are grown at over 5000ft in an extremely fertile area, producing a truly unique product that is hallmarked by a rich, nourishing flavour.

We believe in going directly to the source when it comes to finding the best quality of coffee, which is why we buy from a Jamaican Blue Mountain family who has specialized in growing Arabica beans for six decades.

MF Products demands extremely high standards throughout the entire process, with all Jamaican imports based in Kent going through a process of authentication by a government body before distribution.

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Buy Authentic Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

The Blue Mountains of Jamaica, located on the eastern side of the island, are known for their high altitude and rich volcanic soil, which are ideal conditions for coffee cultivation. The coffee trees grown here are carefully tended by local farmers and are harvested by hand to ensure that only the highest quality beans are selected.

The beans are then carefully processed, sorted, and graded to meet the strict standards MF Products demand.

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Why Our Jamaican Coffee Is Different

The Blue Mountains serve as the highest peak in Jamaica and provide an ideal climate for growing high-quality coffee. A cool, misty climate with a high level of rainfall precipitates soil that is incredibly moist and fertile. The reduced oxygen at an altitude of over 5,000ft produces a richer coffee bean, with plants growing slower than normal and therefore having a more concentrated flavour.

Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee® is one of the most sought-after coffees in the world – 80% of exports go to Japan – and has a globally protected certification mark. This means that all coffee beans must be monitored and certified by JACRA formerly the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica, who provide a series of quality checks, to confirm authenticity ahead of being shipped abroad. 

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How Does Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Taste?

Jamaican Blue Mountain® coffee is in high demand for a reason. Not only is the product extremely rare; the beans produce a truly delicious, enlivening drinking experience.

Our luxury coffee is very well-balanced in its flavour – not too overpowering – and has the rare gift of having both an excellent body and medium acidity. This means that the coffee is smooth, clean, surprisingly sweet, with a nutty, almost caramel-like finish. There is nothing quite like it.

 Benefits of Buying MF Coffee

By investing that little more, you will not just receive a stunningly high quality of coffee that is extremely rare. Purchasing MF Coffee also means directly supporting the family that has, for over 60 years, made their living through growing sensational coffee beans. We believe in buying straight from the source, as opposed to employing third parties. Through buying produce from the area in a way that aligns with fair trade regulations, you will receive a better product along with helping both the farmer and his family and the wider Blue Mountain community.


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How we source our Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

Cultivating Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

The cultivation process for coffee beans requires patience and attention to detail. Our family farmers have grown coffee beans in the same traditional ways for decades. Generation to generations has learned the best use practice from the older farmers to produce the best tasting coffee in the world.

Farmers have selected special seeds and places than in individual pots to germinate where special attention is given and there the best seedlings are selected and then transplant to the ground. Where there are carefully planted and nurtured. It will take 2-3 years minimum to moderate bearing and 4-5 years until the coffee plant reaches maturity.

When it's reaping season, the cherry ripe beans are handpicked from coffee trees, and the berries are then placed in water. In the water, the lighter berries float to the top and the heavier berries sink to the bottom, this process separates the healthier berries from defected ones. The sunken berries are then taken to the pulpier machine which removes the cherry ripe skin from the seeds; afterwards, it is then placed in a tank where it is washed to remove the syrup, a substance which is on the seeds. Then this substance is removed. The wet seeds (parchment) are then placed on mesh trays for natural drying. The drying process can take up to 5 days. Depending on the humidity of the sun with special attention given for each day to ensure the beans are dried properly to achieve the balance of each bean.

The dried beans are then bagged and taken to the storehouse where it remains under specific conditions until it is ready to hull.

Hulling is where the husk or the outer shell of the seeds is removed. After the hulling, the beans are now called green beans and are polished to remove a silver layer on the outer part of the beans.

The beans are then handpicked and sorted out to a specification to identify defected beans.

They are graded according to size grade 1, 2, 3 and Pea Berry.

Beans are then loaded into wooden barrels and then taken to JACRA formerly coffee board for final inspection and then labelled with 100 per cent Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee on a wooden barrel


Importing Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

The Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica mandates a series of very rigorous checks ahead of providing a certificate that confirms the imported coffee can be sold as official Jamaican Blue Mountain® Coffee. Prior to these checks, all beans are sifted through carefully to ensure that only the best beans are selected. We use a special, slightly smaller barrel in which to transport the coffee beans to our roasting factory in the UK, ensuring that their quality is not compromised in any way.

Before receiving all Jamaican imports, our coffee beans are also assessed and signed off by the Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA).


Roasting Jamaican Coffee Beans

All green coffee beans are stored in dry, cool conditions in our UK factory. The roasting process is geared towards producing a light to medium profile, which helps to retain the natural flavour of our premium coffee. We use high-tech roasting equipment, employing a differently sized roasting machine for small and large orders. Our roasting team has been in the business for many years and pay extremely close attention to every last detail.



Shipping Jamaican Coffee to the UK

As providers of Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, quality control is our number one priority, and this notion is reflected in our shipping process. If you make an order before 5 pm we will roast, package and then ship to your location by the following day, guaranteeing that no freshness or potency is lost during the process of getting our Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee® from Belfast to wherever you are in the UK or beyond.



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Meet Our Coffee Farmer

Stewart belongs to the third generation of coffee farmers from his family and is now taking the business a step further through taking an active role in the production. He possesses multi-generational knowledge of the growing process and has a special relationship with the land. The farm incorporates six plots, some in the shaded forest and some at a higher altitude, with each different area producing a different taste.

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Our Charity

Education is not free in Jamaica. Many pupils struggle when it comes to affording the necessary equipment for proper learning. That is why we have partnered with the Galilee Basic School, situated on Epping Farm in the same Penlyne District Blue Mountain region, to help more children receive a proper education – something only possible when there is an adequate provision of textbooks, clothing and stationary equipment. We also provide several fun activities for the pupils.





To find out more about our charity work or to buy first-class authentic Jamaican imported products, check out the full list of products supplied by MF Products.

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