Here is an example, Blue Mountain Coffee will be the name of the coffee but the particular link in google is not accessible...
You are getting caught up in branding here.
There are two major coffee "types" - Arabica and Robusto. Arabica beans are grown across South and Central America and Africa and Robusto beans are usually grown in Asia.
Within those two types coffee beans are known by where they are grown (commonly labeled by country) and the type of geography they are grown in (i.e. mountian, valley, etc...). Many coffees sold are blends of coffees from different areas. Then, of course, there are various ways of roasting and grinding the beans which all affect the final flavor you get.
A fairly recent trend among coffee producers is to go to an "Estate Brand" much like wines are sold. Your "Blue Mountian" is one of these. "Blue Mountian" is an estate brand sold by a co-op of 4 estates that grow an arabica bean in the mountians of Jamacia.