It has been said that the first seedling of coffee was of the Arabica kind and was introduced in the island in early 1700 by a French immigrant. Some coffee historians have a different account of the beginning of coffee growing in the island. They believe that its origin dates back to the post Columbus arrival in Puerto Rico. One can reasonably suspect that coffee might have been introduced in Puerto Rico by the Spanish that found the perfect climate and soil conditions in the high altitudes of the Cordillera Central mountain regions in the late 1500's or early 1600's. However the introduction occurred, the fact remains that the coffee plant was born in Africa in an Ethiopian region (Kaffa). It spread out to Yemen, Arabia and Egypt and on to other parts of the world and later to the Pacific and Central and South America and the Caribbean. The coffee bean followed the same route except that it was in Europe that it first became a popular drink and later on throughout the rest of the western hemisphere.
Se ha dicho que la primera semilla de café fue de la especie Arábica y se introdujo en la isla a principios de 1700 por un inmigrante francés. Algunos historiadores de café tienen una cuenta diferente del inicio del cultivo del café en la isla. Ellos creen que su origen se remonta a la llegada de Colón después en Puerto Rico. Uno puede sospechar razonablemente que el café podría haber sido introducida en Puerto Rico por los españoles que se encuentran en clima perfecto y las condiciones del suelo en las alturas de las regiones de montaña de la Cordillera Central a finales de 1500 o principios de 1600. Sin embargo, la introducción se produjo, el hecho es que la planta del café nació en África en una región de Etiopía (Kaffa). Se extendió a Yemen, Arabia y Egipto y en otras partes del mundo y más tarde hacia el Pacífico y América Central y del Sur y el Caribe. El grano de café a seguido la misma ruta, salvo que fue en Europa que en primer lugar, se convirtió en una bebida popular y más tarde en el resto del hemisferio occidental.
HI Edwin,

I did receive them, they look beautiful.  I took a picture, I am going to upload it to face book as soon as I have some time.  Thank you very much.

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