The coffee-growing town of Adjuntas sits north of Puerto Rico's Ruta Panorámica. Although known for its coffee, it's also the world's leading producer of citron, a fruit whose rind is processed here and then shipped for use in sweets, especially fruitcakes. Few tourists do more than drive through the town itself, but it has a quaint central plaza and a sporadic trolley used mostly by locals and school children.
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