Top 10 Coffee Haciendas of Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico boasts many coffee farms across the Island, occupying an estimated 40,000 acres of land in the middle of the island. Farmers use this land to produce some 20 million pounds of coffee a year, generally exporting around 10% of the harvest. Grown and harvested in the center region of Puerto Rico, locals enjoy this local product in “pocillo” (espresso), “cortadito” (espresso with steamed milk) or “café con leche” (a latte). Island visitors can not only do the same, but can also partake in unique and captivating tours of local coffee plantations.

It is said that the Vatican serves Puerto Rico’s Alto Grande Super Premium Coffee, one of just three coffee brands in the world bestowed with the super-premium quality classification. So, when thinking about exploring Puerto Rico’s food and beverage offerings, remember the coffee. Salud!

Top 10 Coffee Haciendas of Puerto Rico

Hacienda Pomarrosa

Hacienda Pomarrosa is located at an altitude of approx. 3,000 feet in the municipality of Ponce, at the foot of the highest mountain in Puerto Rico (Cerro Punta which is at 4,400 feet). The views from the Hacienda are spectacular. On one…
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Hacienda Iluminada & 787 Coffee

Hacienda Iluminada & 787 Coffee grow, process and roast their own coffee. They feel proud of the sustainable and ecological practices and the mission has always been the same: Give every client the freshest coffee & supporting local…
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Hacienda Tres Ángeles

In Hacienda Tres Angeles you will be able to enjoy a wonderful experience in the coffee plantation as well as learn their agricultural practices, coffee processing and tasting. Come and live the essence of the coffee from crop to cup. You…
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Hacienda Tres Picachos

The Tres Picachos Coffee Company, established in 1960, was acquired in 1999 by the Martínez Rivera family, which has been dedicated for many years to the planting and preparation of the best Puerto Rican coffee. The family mission is to…
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Hacienda Lealtad, Lares

Hacienda Lealtad, a coffee plantation located in Lares, offers travelers the opportunity to learn about coffee made on the Island and Puerto Rico’s local agriculture scene. Visitors at Hacienda Lealtad begin their tour at Café Bistro, known…
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Hacienda Cafe Lareño

The fourth generation of producers and processors of good coffee, Luis E. Alcover owner and his wife Vilma Rodríguez opened their doors on April 9th, 1989 in his hometown in Lares, PR in order to realize an idea that had they had been…
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Hacienda La Mocha

This family owned sustainable coffee farm, restaurant and guesthouse, were honored to have been named a bird & butterfly sanctuary given the variety of species that live in La Mocha. Visit La Mocha and enjoy the grounds as part of one…
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Café Nativo, Jayuya

In Café Nativo you will learn coffee history of Puerto Rico, including the process of coffee; from pick up, sorting, drying, selection of coffee beans by size and density and roasting procedures. Enjoy a trip across the farm surrounded by…
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Hacienda San Pedro

Hacienda San Pedro is the perfect place to hang-out, relax and enjoy one of the best coffee on the island. With its Four generations of wisdom, it has lead to the distinctive and delicious character of one Puerto Rico’s most appreciated…
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