Magnum Exotics JBM Blend Coffee, Whole Bean, 32 Ounce

August 3, 2014 - Comment

32 ounce Jamaican blue mountain blend coffee, a blend of Jamaican blue mountain coffee and others that embodies the pure taste of Jamaican. Product Features 100% Arabica coffee light roasted Related

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32 ounce Jamaican blue mountain blend coffee, a blend of Jamaican blue mountain coffee and others that embodies the pure taste of Jamaican.

Product Features

  • 100% Arabica coffee light roasted

Comments

B. Brenner says:

Great Coffee! 0

Amazon Customer "TexanFan14" says:

Decent coffee for the money, and I do like it…but it sure ain’t the real thing… Once or twice a year I splurge on the real thing – a pound of Jamaica Blue Mountain from the island itself to the tune of around $35 shipped (I usually go in with a few people and we get a small discount). The rest of the year I sigh heavily and look for decent coffee locally, and fail miserably. I like a nice, mild, smooth cup of coffee in the morning, and most of the stuff around here is dark roasted blech that tastes like somebody put a cigarette out in it. So I didn’t really have high hopes when I saw this stuff, especially since as a “Blend” it didn’t even indicate what percent was actually JBM (not to mention it’s pretty cheap at about $14 shipped for 2 lbs).Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised. No, I suspect not one bean in the bag ever came within a hundred miles of Jamaica, but nevertheless – reasonably smooth taste/body, not much bitterness, and a nice mild-to-medium roast (I’d say “half-city”). Certainly enough better than anything I’ve found on the…

S. R. Green says:

Constant Coffee Drinker I did quite a bit of research searching for Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee at an affordable price, but ultimately found that I could not afford to buy it for everyday use because of the high cost. I then looked for whole bean blends that had at least a percentage of Blue Mountain coffee in them and happened to run across this brand. Also a friend happened to bring me back some top grade pure Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee from one of the plantations while vacationing there. I then brewed up a pot of this blend as well as the pure stuff to compare them and found the blend fairly close in taste and very acceptable at a fraction of the cost. I’ve since been buying this whole bean blend for the last few years and have probably consumed over 40 pounds of it now. I was originally buying it directly from the roastery which ships very fast, however they have recently raised their price in exorbitance of over 50% plus shipping costs. I also asked the roastery about the types of coffees and…

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