- Region: Caguana in Utuado, Puerto Rico
- Farm: Aromas del Campo
- Altitude: 1,400 to 2,400 f.a.s.l.
- Variety: Limaní, Frontón, Catuaí
- Process: Washed, sun dried and selected by hand by Doña Esther
- Roast: Medium
Description: It is a physiological defect of the grain. It is discovered when you pulp the cherry and the bean is kept closed in a round shape. It is a small bean, so, if a coffee tree gives a lot of snails, it is an indication that it is low yielding. The snail frequents in cherries found at the tips of the branches and it is estimated that between two and ten percent of cherries contain snails. However, roasters began to see these beans as special due to their uniformity in roasting, good aroma and very concentrated flavor.