Puerto Rico Coffee Hacienda Tour

Coffee has been an important part of Puerto Rican culture since it was first introduced to the island in the 1700’s (although some historians debate that coffee was introduced with the Spanish arrival in as early as the 1400’s). Regardless of when it started, today Puerto Rican coffee holds a reputation across the world for it’s fine, smooth taste and pungent aroma. Small coffee growers in Puerto Rico are struggling to keep the industry alive against strong competition from big roasters. Learn more about the industrial and cultural importance of coffee in Puerto Rico with a trip to a local coffee plantation.

Boutique Coffee Hacienda Tour

For your “Trip to Origin” coffee tour, you’ll travel to the lush inland mountains of West-central Puerto Rico, near the town of Adjuntas. You’ll explore the grounds of a local, boutique grower who is focused on sustainability and quality.

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  1. avatar
    Posted by Charles Hicks| August 20, 2012 |

    I would like to go on your tour today (August 20) if that is possible. Please reply by email or phone to confirm if the tours are happening today and if there is space available for two. Thank you.

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    Posted by Katrina| November 6, 2012 |

    I wanted to know the cost of your wine tours and how long are they. I would also like to know if they are given this week and next week.