Adopt a Coffee Tree

THE SPECIALTY COFFEE REVOLUTION STARTS HERE

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due to the destruction caused by hurricane maria, most of the coffee trees and its cherries were destroyed in most of the coffee farms on the island. The earliest harvest times are below.  your adoption helps a great deal in the rebuilding of our coffee industry.

Hacienda Monte Rojo is a small family farm that sold everything to move to Puerto Rico to grow coffee in Las Marias Puerto Rico. Their Arabica coffee seeds are in germination phase and welcomes adopters to join the process from seed to cup. All future trees can be adopted.

Finca Vicenta is a coffee farm of young coffee farmers located in the mountains of Adjuntas. Growing Arabica coffee for the last 6 years, they are also rebuilding and replanting with around 400 trees set aside for adoption. Join their journey. 

Sandra Farms is a boutique arabica coffee grower in the mountains of Adjuntas Puerto Rico using traditional roasting methods in an eco-friendly way. They have been growing coffee for over 20 years and have set aside 1,000 trees for adoption.

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*If you are interested in adopting coffee trees from multiple farms, please email hello@cafeartesano.com and we will try our best to fulfill your request.

Finca Yayales is a 7 year old coffee farm owned by Iris J. Rodríguez located in the mountains of Adjuntas. Growing Arabica coffee for the last 7 years, they are also rebuilding and replanting with around 400 trees set aside for adoption. Join her journey. 

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*If you are interested in adopting coffee trees from multiple farms, please email hello@cafeartesano.com and we will try our best to fulfill your request.

SOME OF OUR COFFEE TREE ADOPTERS

A quote regarding our coffee tree adoption program from one of our founding adopters, Paul González Mangual, founder of the Guiness Book of World Records biggest convention for coffee in the Caribbean.

“Our coffee industry is in a position that any bit can be very helpful. Adopting, planting and maintaining a coffee tree, can be that small thing we can do that can change the whole game.”

– Paul González Mangual, Founder of the Coffee & Chocolate Expo

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