Monday, August 20, 2018

Jamaica Mountain Peak Coffee Rise Up with Reggae Sumfest

General Manager of Salada Foods Jamaica Dianna Blake-Bennett (right) and Salada’s Commercial and Corporate Affairs Manager Tamii Brown (left) joined the birthday boy Damian “Junior Gong” Marley for a photo as he celebrated his 40th birthday at Reggae Sumfest on Saturday July 21

Local coffee processing company Salada Foods Jamaica under its flagship brand Jamaica Mountain Peak and new market entrant Mountain Bliss 876 is teaming up with the iconic Reggae Sumfest festival as the official coffee and hot beverage sponsor for the one-week long event which kicks off on Sunday, July 15. 

The Reggae Sumfest festival which is in its 27th year will be held in Jamaica’s second city, Montego Bay is expected to have thousands of local and international patrons who are expecting great performances from the greatest “Reggae Show On Earth”. 

According to Commercial and Corporate Affairs Manager of Salada Foods Tamii Brown, she is excited to have their suite of products being showcased at the internationally renowned music festival led by the Jamaica Mountain Peak coffee. 

“The festival provides us with the opportunity to connect with consumers from across the world and diversified demographics as it attracts patrons from far and wide who want to experience our culture first-hand. Jamaica Mountain Peak has been embedded in
Jamaican culture over the decades so it is a fitting partnership,” she explained. 

Brown assured patrons that their flagship brand Jamaica Mountain Peak will have a lot in store for them at the festival. 

“We will be serving warm varieties of our products including the Jamaica Mountain Peak Instant Coffee, the newly introduced Mountain Bliss 876 coffees, cocoa and the instant ginger product at our booth for the two main festival nights,” she added.

Patrons at the newly introduced tailgate party, Morning Medz, will also be able to warm up with their choice of coffee or tea as they rise for the early morning event that is slated for a 6am start.

The one-week long festival will begin with a beach party on Sunday, July 15, will have its main events Dancehall Night on Friday, July 20 and Reggae Night on Saturday, July 21. There will also be a festival 'mall' and an educational symposium.

The event will close out with Morning Medz on Sunday.