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Mavis Bank Coffee Factory

Kingston, Jamaica
+1 876-977-8013
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Hairy ride but worth it

Drove up to the Blue Mountain Coffee factory, and it is not a ride for the faint hearted. But the... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Peter F
via mobile
Nice tour with more potential...

We went without notice to Mavis Banks Coffee Factory in February 2017 , it was on a Friday and it... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
Doro T
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Basel, Switzerland
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See how famous Blue Mountain coffee is harvested and processed.
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  • Very good35%
  • Average21%
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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

Drove up to the Blue Mountain Coffee factory, and it is not a ride for the faint hearted. But the views are to die for, and the coffee factory is a pleasant experience.

Thank Peter F
Reviewed 21 February 2017

We went without notice to Mavis Banks Coffee Factory in February 2017 , it was on a Friday and it was just lunchtime (12:00- 13:00) At lunchtime everyone at MBCF is having lunch- exept our guide Denton (sorry for that, Denton ;) ) The tours...More

Thank Doro T
Reviewed 9 October 2016

We had been travelling around Jamaica and had 4 days in Kingston. We had planned to do a hike up Blue Mountain but had not realised we needed to book this in advance. I was also not fit to do a walk.Went to Kingston Tourist...More

Thank Orlabaj1
Reviewed 31 December 2015

This factory was recommended as having all the aspects of coffee processing available however despite the friendly tour guide who said he has spent the last forty years at the factory's best effort, the tour fell well short. It must have been conceptualized forty years...More

2  Thank Antonette W
Reviewed 2 May 2015

If you are a coffee buff, you get to see where the famous Jablum JAmican BLUe Mountain (hence the acronym) is produced. If you are not a coffee buff, the experience is a little dry shall we say. The 'tour' (it's more of an inspection)...More

4  Thank Mark H
Reviewed 9 April 2015

Found this factory while I was wandering through the Blue Mountains. After I paid the entrance fee I got a sample of the coffee and due to I was the only visitor a private tour. It was very interesting to see how this factory produces...More

Thank Lennyaroundtheworld
Reviewed 23 August 2013

We visited on a really quiet day so the two of us took the tour.We were given a cup of the best tasting coffee ever before we started. It was fascinating to see the entire process of coffee making. The factory was small and had...More

1  Thank sol-soprano
Reviewed 6 December 2012

I'd always been curious about how coffee was really processed, and this tour provided the answer. There were just five people in our group, so there was plenty of opportunity to ask questions, which were answered helpfully. The factory is quite small, and was quiet...More

2  Thank Kate B
Reviewed 6 October 2012

One on one experience of coffee grinding, roasting, brewing and tastin tour, sights and smells at the factory are surreal. Meet the farmers in Coffee land, the cold hills of Mavis Bank, close to the Blue Mountains

3  Thank Charmainebk
Reviewed 25 April 2012

The ride was a bit rough but still l a great chance to take some fabulous pics of the country side. the real story of Jamaican coffee has proven to be both educational and uplifting in its own unique way and the knowledgeable did a...More

Thank Jerwi
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