‘Blue Mountain Coffee’ is Pride of Jamaica

Tim Stenovec of Bloomberg TV interviewed prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness on 'Jamaican Coffee.' There they addressed wide-ranging culmination includes Jamaica Coffee Day, which defines world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee. 

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Pride of Jamaica, 'Blue Mountain Coffee Day'
Pride of Jamaica, 'Blue Mountain Coffee Day'

Jamaica: Every country is known for its specialty that makes it unique from others. Tim Stenovec of Bloomberg TV interviewed prime Minister of Jamaica, Member of Parliament for West Central St Andrew, and Jamaica Labour Party Leader, Andrew Holness on ‘Jamaican Coffee‘.

Pride of Jamaica, 'Blue Mountain Coffee Day'
Pride of Jamaica, ‘Blue Mountain Coffee Day’

Interview on Bloomberg TV

Tim Stenovec of Bloomberg TV interviewed prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness on ‘Jamaican Coffee.’ There they addressed wide-ranging culmination includes Jamaica Coffee Day, which defines world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee

Pride of Jamaica, 'Blue Mountain Coffee Day'
Pride of Jamaica, ‘Blue Mountain Coffee Day’

Some facts about ‘Jamaican Coffee’ 

It is known as one of the highest expensive coffees in the world. Jamaican coffee is produced on the mist-capped Blue Mountain–Jamaica’s highest mountain attaining of height 7,402 feet.

Blue Mountain coffee has been produced in Jamaica since 1728 ago when coffee was first introduced to the Jamaican island. He welcomes every Jamaican to celebrate ‘Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Day.’

Jamaican’s Reaction:

If we are talking about Jamaican coffee, then citizen’s opinion is a must. On Facebook, people have expressed their feelings. Let’s see who said what?

A Facebook user commented, “Yes, Jamaican coffee is fantastic worthy of the price depending on who you ask. Happy Sabbath, Mister Prime Minister. We appreciate you for perpetually being the best leader in Jamaica.”

Another user wrote, “I love Mr. Prime Minister. He is really about developing his people.”

Jamaicans have some severe things to say!

General advice and thoughts are the concern of any government. The Jamaican government is welcoming and will listen to their public. Hence, some pieces of advice were given by the people on Facebook.

A Facebook user asked, “the people of Jamaica get running water, better jobs, lower taxes, and better infrastructure on the island.”

“Yes! Coffee Beans used in export production decrease Coffee Cherries yields. It is wise to utilize Coffee fruit exponentially for Jamaica beforehand to exporting countries.” added Another user. 

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