I picked this up last week when doing our grocery shopping after reading about the variety in the past. Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee gets a lot of praise and I was surprised to see it in ground form amongst the regular brands I usually find. It seemed a bit expensive at £7 for a small box, but decided to give it a try. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003TFE5...de=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003TFE53G It's awful. In a french press it's too thin and weak at the usual concentrations I use for other coffee. Adding in more coffee the second try did make it a bit better, but it was still bad. Next I tried my Moka pot, it's still not great. I'm thinking that the grind is just poor. It's probably not representative of the variety as a whole and it's probably a bit cheap for the real thing (I looked online and found that prices for the roasted beans costing just under £100/Kg) However, I still have more then half a box of this stuff left and was wondering what to do with it (short of throwing it out). Any ideas? Am I just brewing it poorly? I stuck to 2 table spoons per cup with the french press, then messed about with the ratio afterwards. Still, nothing. I won't claim to be an expert on brewing, but I can for the most part produce a decent cup using my regular grind. edit: I should mention that I have some idea what to expect with this variety (i.e. a mild flavour, lacking bitterness. Perhaps a bit sweet), but the flavour this grind was producing lacked any flavour whatsoever.