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Published:Friday | January 10, 2020 | 12:27 AM
Erin Mitchell (left) and Kimberly Watkins of The Xchange enjoying their Blue Mountain coffee.
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett grins while addressing the attendees of the Blue Mountain Coffee Festival launch.
Tara Goulbourne (centre), group marketing and business development manager at JP Tropical Group, poses with the beautiful ladies of Tortuga Rum Cake at the Blue Mountain Coffee Festival launch.
Bright smiles go well with the best coffee. Just ask Davida Mae Chambers, account executive of Market Me Consulting Limited
From left: Jhunelle Juriedini of simply Local.life blog, Kesi Gardner of Story Teller Agency, and Kristia Franklin of Tias Clothes Girl take a coffee break!
From left: All smiles from Kristina Kerr, managing director, Market Me Consulting Limited; Nikolette Williams, marketing consultant; Delano Seivright, Ministry of Tourism special adviser; and Lyndsey McDonnough, managing director, Market Me Consulting Limited, at the Blue Mountain Coffee Festival launch.
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The Blue Mountain Coffee Festival held its launch yesterday at The Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston. This event preludes the festival, which will take place on March 21, 2020. Yesterday was the official inauguration of Blue Mountain Coffee Day, which was celebrated on January 9 in Jamaica and Japan. Here are the highlights.