A Puerto Rican Moment …. “It Happens …. “Anytime is ‘cafe o’clock’ …. “!!


~~September 6, 2016~~ 


For Puerto Rican coffee drinkers, any time is a good time to drink coffee.

The early morning cup, the ‘brake’ cup, the afternoon cup, the ‘after dinner’ cup.

Any time is is ‘cafe o’clock’ …..

The taste for coffee is an acquired one, I think.

Puerto Ricans know a bit about that.



Coffee was introduced to the “New World” in 1723 to the Caribbean Island of Martinique by a Frenchman.

It is said, to be the primary source of most if not all of today’s Arabica bean coffee trees in the New World. Shortly thereafter, in 1736, it was brought into the island of Puerto Rico, because of the ideal geographical location, soil conditions, mountainous terrain and unique soil conditions favorable for growing coffee.

It soon became a major export produce to Europe, and one of the most important cash crops on the island. Eventually, Puerto Rico developed into one of the worlds most important producers of fine coffee, a status which it lost, after the devastation of its coffee crop by several major hurricanes.

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