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satimis
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Joined: 11 Apr 2012
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Location: Hong Kong
Expertise: I love coffee

Posted Sun Jul 8, 2012, 7:38am
Subject: Re: About Blue Mountain coffee bean
 

martinez0004 Said:

We carry three Blue Mountain coffees, all are No. 1 : RSW Estates, Wallenford and Clifton Mount Estate. We import green coffee directly from Jamaica and roast in Atlanta just prior to shipping. You can find descriptions of the coffees in our Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee page

Posted July 5, 2012 link

Thanks for your info.

I visited the contact page on;
http://www.martinezfinecoffees.com/contacts/

about 3 days ago requesting info on Fedex rates in re the cost of freight to HongKong.  But up to now there is no reply received.  Pls advise which email address I have to send my enquiry?  Thanks

Besides does the packing of the beans carrying the label, ISO 9001:2000, approved by the Coffee Industry Board, Government of Jamaica?

Label:
http://ubuntuone.com/2nXd45fQPUYKXKnOEEdS7g
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martinez0004
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Location: Atlanta,
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Posted Mon Jul 9, 2012, 6:02am
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I replied on Friday to your questions, you might want to check your junk mail. I will respond here as well:

You asked about the price of our espresso bean. We have an espresso blend for $16 lb. It is a dark roast only.

Then you asked about the minimum order, which is a half pound, though that it hardly worth shipping to Hong Kong.

The shipping price for 8 lbs of coffee is about US$60 for Fedex  International Economy. I discovered that where it asks for a "postal/zip code" you need to put in the village, town or district in Hong Kong (Hong Kong, Kowloon, etc) for the shipping pricing to work. You can price the shipping prior to ordering once you have put the coffee you want in your shopping cart.

If you visited the website you can see that you can choose whichever Blue Mountain coffee you wish, but your iniitial question about the espresso has me thinking you want to use the Blue Mountain to brew espresso coffee. The Clifton Mount and the Wallenford are available in a dark roast, which is more appropriate for espresso brewing. The RSW Estate is available only in medium roast. We generally recommend brewing Jamaica Blue Mountain in a press pot, vacuum or drip maker rather than as an espresso.
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MrPotter
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Posted Wed Nov 21, 2012, 5:26pm
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I beg to differ. I've tried JBM and I have to say it's the best if not the best coffee I've every tried. It was fresh onsite, just roasted, which does make a big difference, but still excellent.
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