The mountains are the birthplace of Jamaican coffee. From a narrow coastal plain they rise to meet the island's center, forming a chain that crosses the
island from east to west. In altitude and latitude mountains combined produce a climate that is always fresh and foggy, but never cold, where the level of rainfall is high.
The legendary Blue Mountain grows at an altitude ranging from 500 to 1,500 meters. Here all combined elements create a coffee that has an aroma intense and strong, full-flavored, fruity, with good acidity, but mostly it is unusually persistent and wine lovers as they say, is spread on the palate.