This is a perfect affordable option to Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee. As such this coffee is NOT 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee (JBM). It however offers a more chocolatey taste but loses the low acidity of JBM.
This coffee’s aroma fills any room with its power yet offers a delicious and bright taste. It’s very chocolatey with mid-level acidity.
Authentic Jamaican Coffee Blend – Dark Roasted 227g (Medium Ground) to bring out that traditional ‘ole time’ taste.
Traditionally, Jamaicans would crush or grind their home-roasted coffee beans, boil them on a coal stove and strain it through a piece of cloth.
In modern times, many use instant coffee for its convenience, but that comes at a price, as instant can’t deliver the rich heavy body or delicious aroma of freshly roasted and brewed coffee.
How to make your own coffee with a French press
Measure - One heaping tablespoon for every 7 ounces (200ml) of water
Fill - Allow water to cool to just below boiling to avoid burning
Stir - Ensure that all grounds are fully saturated
Steep - Allow steeping for three to four minutes
Press - Slowly depress the plunger to filter, then serve immediately.
French Press Brewing Tips
1 Serve immediately after brewing because it will continue extracting adding bitter flavors to your coffee. Pour it into another server if you aren’t going to drink it all at once.
2 Make sure you clean your press thoroughly and often because old coffee grounds stuck in the filters will have no mercy on your fresh coffee. Most filters can be disassembled for cleaning.
3 If the results aren’t quite what you are looking for, play with all the variables adding more or less coffee to suit your taste.
The coffee grounds are placed into the empty beaker. Hot water is added, proportionate to the amount of coffee grounds used.
The total brewing time for coffee in a French press is three to four minutes, depending on the size of the press and how much extraction is desired.
The plunger is pressed in order to separate the grounds and to hold them at the bottom of the beaker, and then the brew is poured out.
In many ways, this is the most effective and traditional method of brewing coffee.
Making French press coffee is a satisfying experience as the reward of an excellent cup of coffee is well worth the effort put into it.
The coffee-making process is simple, the taste of your beans is delightfully enhanced, and the cleanup is easy.
It’s no wonder this coffee maker is becoming one of the most popular methods of brewing around the world!
Most importantly if you brew correctly you can expect to always enjoy the nuanced aroma and flavours found only in freshly brewed coffee.