Three years enjoying the Process
Coffee Growers

Three years enjoying the Process

In 2017 we were able to detect a problem in a industry that we are very passionate about for what it represents for the socioeconomic history of Puerto Rico. Our hypothesis was that through a di...
Christmas Cuela Box: A Gift full of Boricua Tradition
Christmas Cuela Box

Christmas Cuela Box: A Gift full of Boricua Tradition

At Cuela we always seek to create concepts with purpose, with that famous why. We understand that it is the way in which we have the most fun when creating something and, more importantly, connect ...
Alberto Méndez Custodio: An Example of Sustainable Coffee Growing
Café Aromas del Campo

Alberto Méndez Custodio: An Example of Sustainable Coffee Growing

Working with coffee is very sacrfice, since it is a product that is easily damaged. For Alberto Méndez, a young coffee producer from the coffee town of Utuado it is much more complicated, because h...
Hurricane Fiona: We will rise once again
Coffee Growers

Hurricane Fiona: We will rise once again

What we always thought could happen, but we didn’t wanted to realize it, happened this past Sunday, September 18, 2022. Five years after Hurricane María, the phenomenon that wiped off the map the P...
For the first time in history, 12 international tasters connect virtually to grade Coffees from Puerto Rico
Coffee Growers

For the first time in history, 12 international tasters connect virtually to grade Coffees from Puerto Rico

With the purpose of continuing exposing Puerto Rican coffee to different parts of the world, we got together with the renowned Belgian Q Grader, Kim Ossenblok, to carry out the first virtual intern...
Single Variety Marsellesa from San Sebastián
Coffee Growers

Single Variety Marsellesa from San Sebastián

When we have to talk about coffee growers in Puerto Rico who are constantly experimenting with their fermentation processes, without a doubt, the name of  Jimmy González must be mentioned. Papamin...
Try one of the fewest coffees still grown in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Coffee Growers

Try one of the fewest coffees still grown in Ponce, Puerto Rico

Café Abuelo Domingo from Hacienda La Mocha is an exclusive label for Cuela, but that's not cool part. What is formidable about this coffee is that it comes from one of the few farms that still pro...
Surprise Coffee: Testimonials of Coffee Growers
Coffee Growers

Surprise Coffee: Testimonials of Coffee Growers

Hello! I hope you are very well. This is Enio passing by to greet you with a cup in hand. I don't want to take up too much of your time, but I did want to share with you some super cool updates th...
Father and Daughter Sharing a Passion for Coffee
Coffee Growers

Father and Daughter Sharing a Passion for Coffee

Being part of the Puerto Rican coffee industry is, without a doubt, one of the most patriotic acts one can do as a Puerto Rican. It is a genuine act of wanting to improve the status quo of our isla...
Specialty Coffee Roast in Puerto Rico is in Good Hands
Coffee Growers

Specialty Coffee Roast in Puerto Rico is in Good Hands

Today I come to talk to you about two people that I appreciate very much and I want you to know who they are. I come to talk about Eduardo Trabada and Gabriel Beachump. The first time I sat down t...
Finca La Carmen, a Coffee Idyl
Coffee Growers

Finca La Carmen, a Coffee Idyl

The history of this next coffee and its farmer, Dr. Juan Bibiloni, is very interesting. To give them a historical context, the Bibiloni planted a flag in Puerto Rico in 1917 when many Spaniards le...
Hacienda Masini, 150 Years of Coffee History
Coffee Growers

Hacienda Masini, 150 Years of Coffee History

In the search for the most remote coffee plantations in Puerto Rico, we have come across a mansion built in Yauco, in 1872, just at the time of the great settlement by Corsos. It is a great trip to...

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