JAMAICA BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE (Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee) – See Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee.
JAMAICA COFFEE (Jamaican Coffee) – See Jamaica Coffee.
JAMAICA BLUE MOUNTAIN STYLE COFFEE (Jamaica Blue Mountain Style Coffee) – A coffee blend comprised of little or no Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee and consisting mostly of lesser coffee bean s with a goal of offering the renowned taste of Jamaica Blue Mountain though at a lower price to the consumer.
JAMAICA HIGH MOUNTAIN SUPREME COFFEE (Jamaica High Mountain; JHM) – Jamaica High Mountain Supreme® coffee is a wet processed (washed) coffee that is grown in the mountains of Jamaica and highly respected yet generally considered to be of a lower quality than Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee, which is consistently ranked among the world’s finest gourmet coffees.
Jamaica’s Blue Mountain region is south of Port Maria and north of Kingston, with Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee estates located at elevations between 3,000 feet (914 meters) and and 5,500 feet (1,676 meters), while lesser coffees are grown at lower elevations – Jamaica High Mountain between 1,500 and 3,000 feet and Jamaica Supreme/Jamaica Low Mountain grown below 1,500 feet.
Jamaica Low Mountain coffee is grown below 1,500 feet while Jamaica High Mountain is grown between 1,500 and 3,000 feet and the renowned Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee estates are located at elevations between 3,000 feet (914 meters) and and 5,500 feet (1,676 meters).
JAMAICAN STYLE COFFEE (Jamaica Style Coffee) – A coffee blend comprised of little or no Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee and consisting predominantly of lesser coffees in an attempt to present the renowned flavor of Jamaica Blue Mountain but at a lower price to the consumer. Also see Jamaica Coffee; Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee.
Jamaica Supreme coffee is grown below 1,500 feet while Jamaica High Mountain is grown between 1,500 and 3,000 feet and the renowned Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee estates are located at elevations between 3,000 feet (914 meters) and and 5,500 feet (1,676 meters).
JAMPIT COFFEE ESTATE – One of the five largest Dutch colonial estates on the eastern end of the island of Java in Indonesia. The finest Java coffee comes from these large plantation estates established by the Dutch government in the 18th century when Java was part of the Dutch East Indies.
Together these large estates – Kayumas, Tugosari, Blawan, Pancoer, and Jampit – encompass more than 4,000 hectares of coffee tree plantings. Also called Djampit.
JAVA – An American slang term (idiom) for brewed coffee.
JAVA ARABICA COFFEE (Java coffee) – See Java Arabica Coffee.
JBM – See Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee.
JHM – See Jamaica High Mountain Supreme Coffee.
JIMMA COFFEE – An fine, low–acid Ethiopian Coffee when it is washed, or wet processed. However, when Jimma is unwashed or dry processed (natural), it is known to impart a medicinal flavor that is generally undesirable.
Jimma Coffee is grown in the Kaffa and Illubabor regions, within Ethiopia’s biggest catchment area at elevations from 4,400 feet to 6,000 feet above sea level. This area produces and exports about 60,000 tons of coffee annually. Also called Djimma Coffee. Also see Ethiopian Coffee.
JINOTEGA – See Nicaragua Jinotega Coffee.
J.M. SMUCKER COMPANY – See coffee companies.
JUXTAPOSE – The process of sampling two coffees side by side for comparison purposes.