Thursday, April 13, 2006

Blue Mountain Coffee...huh?

Blue Mountain Coffee

I stopped at The Coffee Connoisseur today for a quick breather, and noticed all the varieties of coffee types on their menu, most of which were about S$6 (US$3.50). But there was one at the top priced at S$10 (US$5.90) called Blue Mountain, which is allegedly some of the best in the world. Now, I'm not a coffee drinker, but if this stuff commanded this much of a premium, I had to give it a try to see what all the fuss was about.

I was so disappointed. I was expecting some very rich or exotic taste, and instead I got the opposite. This was so bland and weak ("delicate" would be a nice euphemism) that it could have been any kind of coffee that had been heavily watered down for all I knew. Like I said, I'm not a coffee drinker, so I'm not exactly any authority on this, but this was so boring that I simply stopped drinking the rest of it. Oh least I can say that I tried it.


Anonymous said...

you do know a certain premium type of coffee actually comes from shit of a kind of animal that eats the coffee beans ... I'm not sure if its blue mountain though :>

bma said...

No, that's caphe cut chon from civet cats. I've never had it before, but I definitely plan to on my next trip to Vietnam.

Anonymous said...

i had the best blue mountain coffee at a cafe in HongKong... and like you, when I tried TCC's Blue Mountain coffee, I was extremely disgusted with it as that is not the real thing! Blue Mountain is really much better than that! Oh and Coffee Club's blue mountain is horrible as well.

crazie shah said...

anonymous .. its called Luwak coffee.. one of the most expensive..

hmm.. disgusted at tcc blue mountain.. i would love to serve u tat blue mountain coffee, myself.
: )