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We regret to advise that ParcelPost options are being removed as the new NZ Post parcel options cannot compete with CourierPost prices. Some options remain while we still retain old stock.
Freight is through ParcelPost (Tracked) and CourierPost (non signature). Costs generally increase from 4.5kg at 5kg increments (see Shipping.pdf for detailed info on our shipping options - along with CourierPost's Sector Guide).
Options are listed in two sections - first normal delivery, second rural delivery with (as far as possible) cheapest shipping prices leading up to most expensive shipping prices. PLEASE NOTE EXTRA COST FOR RURAL DELIVERY SHIPPING.
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Around 1730, Nicholas Lawes, a former governor of Jamaica brought the first coffee plants to Kingston – descended from the single sapling carried to Martinique from France
They flourished especially in the cool misty climate of the Blue Mountains behind Kingston
“Blue Mountain” is considered by many to be the best coffee in the world, but, while it is one of the most expensive, it does not rank against some of today’s top specialty and cup of excellence coffees
Coffees tend to be sweet, aromatic, slightly acidic and full bodied
The Blue Mountain area is on the Eastern part of Jamaica - where coffee is grown up to 1700 metres in rich soil with excellent drainage. High Mountain refers to coffee grown outside the region.
Jamaican Coffee from the Blue Mountain district should be clean and mild flavour with no bitterness whatsoever.
However, it can be very difficult to find this coffee. You will often find Blue Mountain style, type, blend - which may in fact have none of the premium coffee therein.