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Published:Thursday | March 3, 2022 | 12:08 AM
Coffee in this, coffee in that. We snapped Chef Oji Jaja of Ashebre plating delectable coffee-infused fare for guests to enjoy.
Coffee in this, coffee in that. We snapped Chef Oji Jaja of Ashebre plating delectable coffee-infused fare for guests to enjoy.
DJ Delano provided hit after hit on the ones and twos while at the launch.
DJ Delano provided hit after hit on the ones and twos while at the launch.
Three’s coffee company. From left: Dr Carey Wallace, executive director of the Tourism Enhancement Fund; Nicola Madden-Grieg, chairperson for the Gastronomy Network; and Christopher Reckord, chief executive officer of tTech Limited, were in conversation
Three’s coffee company. From left: Dr Carey Wallace, executive director of the Tourism Enhancement Fund; Nicola Madden-Grieg, chairperson for the Gastronomy Network; and Christopher Reckord, chief executive officer of tTech Limited, were in conversation at the launch of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival.
Marketing consultant Melissa Dacres-Jones opted for a casual black look paired with classic white sneakers.
Marketing consultant Melissa Dacres-Jones opted for a casual black look paired with classic white sneakers.
All smiles were Matthew Lyn, chief executive officer of CB Group Limited, and Nicole Pandohie, Jamaica Food and Drink Festival director, at the launch of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival.
All smiles were Matthew Lyn, chief executive officer of CB Group Limited, and Nicole Pandohie, Jamaica Food and Drink Festival director, at the launch of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival.
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett shared his ideas for the future of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival, much to the audience’s delight.
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett shared his ideas for the future of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival, much to the audience’s delight.
Master of ceremonies Dr Terri-Karelle Reid was resplendent in a brown ensemble. An ode to coffee, no doubt.
Master of ceremonies Dr Terri-Karelle Reid was resplendent in a brown ensemble. An ode to coffee, no doubt.
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The launch of this year’s staging of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival took place on Tuesday at the Jamaica Food and Drink Kitchen in Kingston’s Progressive Shopping Centre, where guests learnt that coffee-themed events will be spread through March, dedicating the whole month to the celebration of Blue Mountain Coffee. Here’s a Something Extra take of what was brewing.