When Christopher Columbus first gazed upon Jamaica’s Blue Mountains in 1494, he asserted: “It is the fairest island eyes have beheld; mountainous and the land seems to touch the sky."
When John Lennon and Yoko Ono visited Tokyo, they almost invariably stayed in the Presidential Suite on the 13th floor of the Hotel Okura's South Wing. (Currently available for ¥350,000 a night, up 140,000 yen from the rate John & Co. paid.) The Lennons would often stroll from their hotel to the second-floor coffee shop located above the Clover confectionery in Roppongi.
Seated on a window side sofa that they reserved before arriving, the two would watch the influx below; and without a word spoken, the waiter would deliver John two cups of steaming Blue Mountain coffee, which he liked rather mild.
Among the champions of Blue Mountain was author Ian Fleming. Fleming, who lived part-time in Jamaica, would not allow his literary hero -- and man of superior taste -- James Bond, to drink any other. As Bond sits down for breakfast in a page of "Live and Let Die," Fleming declares outright: "Blue Mountain coffee, the most delicious in the world."
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Broadcast from Apollo 11's LEM, “Eagle,” to Johnson Space Center, Houston July 20, 1969. “If you'll excuse me a minute, I'm going to have a cup of coffee.”