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U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Cidra Municipio, Puerto Rico

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List of Cidra Municipio, Puerto Rico Opportunity Zones & OZ Funds

The county of
Cidra Municipio, Puerto Ricohas
10 designated Opportunity Zones.

In total these Opportunity Zones have a population of approximately 40,000. That represents 100% of the county’s total population of 40,000.

The
median household incomefor Cidra Municipio Opportunity Zones ranges from approximately
$14,000 to $32,000.

The adjacent map shows all Opportunity Zones in Cidra Municipio. Click on any Opportunity Zone for additional information.


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    List of All Cidra Municipio OZs

    The table below lists all
    10Opportunity Zones in Cidra Municipio. The first two rows show the state wide average and the average for all Puerto Rico Opportunity Zones.

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    Puerto Rico OZ Funds

    There are

    4QOZ Funds
    in the OpportunityDb database with an investment objective that specifically identify
    Puerto Ricoas a target market. Additional OZ funds may also invest in Puerto Rico; see a complete list of Opportunity Zone Funds
    here.

    Fund Name Asset Classes Property Types Fund Size
    Community Outcome Fund Business,
    Real Estate
    Commercial,
    Infrastructure,
    Mixed-Use,
    Residential
    $500M
    HDP QOF Real Estate Hotel $19M
    Puerto Rico Opportunity Fund Business,
    Real Estate
    Affordable Housing,
    Commercial,
    Energy Development,
    Hotel,
    Infrastructure,
    Mixed-Use,
    Residential,
    Student Housing
    $150M
    Wefunder Puerto Rico Opportunity Fund Business $100K

    Cider as a way of life in the Spanish province of Asturias

    Cider as a way of life in the Spanish province of Asturias | Perito

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    SpainCider18+

    Publication date 17. 02.2020

    Every Asturian drinks 50 liters of cider a year.

    Julia Casanova

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    Every evening in the bars of Asturias, the same performance is played. The bartenders raise the bottles of cider above their heads and, from the height of an outstretched arm, fill glass after glass with jewelry, which they hold as low as possible. Glasses are handed over to the afflicted, immediately emptied and immediately refilled. Cider waterfalls are mesmerizing. And now you yourself turn from an observer into a protagonist: you ply among the drinkers, finally pushing your way to the bar, dropping 3 euros on the counter. And you repeat after someone: “Una botella, por favor” (“One bottle, please” from Spanish). The bartender uncorks the bottle and you step onto the stage.

    Asturias is located on the Bay of Biscay, between Galicia and Cantabria. The north is not like classical Spain: no bright light, no scorched palette. If you enter Asturias from the south, from Castile-Leon, then the Negron tunnel will be the border of the regions. The car travels only four kilometers underground, but it feels like driving 400. The sun usually shines before the tunnel, and after that it rains and the temperature drops by several degrees. The road winds its way through the mountain range, and the round entrances to the tunnels look like doorways from Hobbitania. The landscape turns green, the mountains surround the road, and the clouds lie on the slopes, sometimes sliding onto the asphalt.

    When you reach the coast, you see a gray sea under a gray sky. On the beach there is wet sand, on which huge seagulls walk in the rain. In cities, the sidewalks are shiny because of puddles. The feeling that I fell on Venus from the story «Endless Rain» by Ray Bradbury: «The rain continued — cruel, endless rain, tedious, exhausting rain <...>, rain in which all other rains and memories of rains drowned.» But then you go into a bar and you understand: here it is, the Sun Dome, just like the shelter from «Endless Rain».

    Llanes, Asturias

    The joy and meaning of Asturian life is concentrated in the bars, and it is called cider! Glass after glass is drunk, bottle after bottle is uncorked. People crowd inside and outside: complaining, exchanging news, laughing, watching football. And the rain is no longer a problem.

    It is said that Asturias does not exist without cider, and cider does not exist without Asturias. And also that cider is the liquid gold of the north and it can satisfy all the sorrows and hardships of life. Folklore is supported by real statistics. Asturias produces over 45 million liters of cider per year. Almost everyone drinks local.

    In an average of 365 days, each Asturian drinks 50 liters of cider.

    Asturian cider is the only type of cider that is bottled in a special way. After uncorking the bottle, the bartender inserts a special holey stopper into the neck, which helps to accurately pour the contents. The bottle is taken in the right hand, stretching it as high as possible, the glass is held in the left, at the level of the thigh. Cider falls from a height, breaks against the wall of a glass and is saturated with oxygen.

    The volume of a classic cider bottle is 0.7 liters. The glass is also special — 12 centimeters high, narrows in width from top to bottom — from nine to seven centimeters. The bartender pours less than half a glass — the contents should be drunk immediately, and the rest should be thrown out: under the bar counter, on the sidewalk, into the sea. Previously, at festivities, a glass was passed around in a circle, and everyone rinsed it after themselves in this way. Now everyone has their own glass, but the tradition has been preserved.

    In Spanish there is a special word for pouring cider — escanciador, and in the Asturian municipality of Mieres there is a monument to him.

    Cider has been known in the Iberian Peninsula since time immemorial. Asturian cider is mentioned in documents from the early Middle Ages. Moreover, apples have always been perceived as a raw material for an alcoholic beverage, and not as an independent product. In the 18th century, the production of cider began to grow dramatically. This is the time when orange orchards in the region disappeared and the vacant lands were planted with apple trees. Now more than 500 types of apples grow in Asturias. Because in the manufacture of cider varieties are most often mixed.

    Sideria La Galana

    There are three main types of cider in Asturias. The most famous is the quiet Sidra Natural Tradicional, the same bar cider that needs to be poured from a bottle into a glass from a height to be oxygenated. Thanks to him, every evening a performance is played in the ciderries. There is filtered Sidra Natural Nueva Expresión and effervescent — Sidra Espumosa. In addition to the main ones, there is also sweet, icy, fiery.

    Must-try Asturian cider brands are Trabanco, Castañón, Prau Monga, Panizales and Herminio. The label, like the cork of the latter, which shows how to properly pour the drink, can be taken home as a souvenir. The Trabanco House will soon celebrate its 100th anniversary. It is synonymous with traditional natural cider. Panizales loves to experiment: he pioneered the production of ice cider in Asturias, and now he has taken up fire cider. Asturian ciders are never left without prizes in international competitions — all of the listed houses have received awards.

    The best way to experience cider culture is to go bar-hopping with the locals, hanging around the bar and sticking endlessly as the bartender skillfully fills a glass, another, another, and another. In Gijón, the largest city in Asturias, start your cidreria route at the legendary La Galana (Plaza Mayor, 10). If you are lucky and there is no rain (sunny days in Asturias also happen), then you can drink a bottle not inside, but on the square with arcades. With a bottle, you can walk to the sports port, where a monument of 3,200 cider bottles is installed.

    El Gaitero cider factory, Villaviciosa, 1925

    If you want to eat seafood, go to El Restallu (Calle Decano Prendes Pando, 6). In winter, the season of sea urchins from the Bay of Biscay just begins. This is one of the best restaurants in Gijon, but without pathos. It is not necessary to sit at the tables in it, but you can drink and eat at the bar. Those who are just getting acquainted with cider culture will be interested in Tierra Astur cider. In it, cider is cooled in water tanks right in the hall, and tables are placed inside huge barrels. Tierra Astur is in Gijón (Calle de Mariano Pola, 10) and Oviedo (Calle Gascona, 1). In Oviedo I also recommend Pichote (Mateo Llana, 8). But in general, you can drink cider in almost any institution in Asturias. So improvise, it is not necessary to strictly follow my route.

    Cidreria Tierra Astur

    Leaving one bar, take a bottle with you and try yourself as a pourer on the way to the next one. One must be convinced from one’s own experience that in this performance it is better to watch and drink than to aim at a glass. Your experiments are unlikely to compare with the long tradition and daily exercises of those for whom cider is not just a delicious drink, but a way of life.

    SpainCider18+

    Publication date 02/17/2020


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    Basque Country Cider Route — Satxota factory tours

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    The Satxota factory, located in the municipality of Ayia near San Sebastian, has joined the «Gastronomic Club of the Urola Costa Region». The Cider Route of the Basque Country is the name of the tourist program, which now includes a visit to the Satxota factory. The guide on the route will be the master of the production of the drink. Tourists will be able to see the entire process of making cider of two varieties: Eusko Label and Satxota. In the program finale […]

    Cider Route of the Basque Country

    Factory Satxota , located in the municipality Ayia near San Sebastian , has joined the «Gastronomic Club of the Urola Costa Region».

    The Cider Route of the Basque Country is the name of the tour program, which now includes a visit to the Satxota factory. The guide on the route will be the master of the production of the drink. Tourists will be able to see the entire process of making cider of two varieties: Eusko Label and Satxota. At the end of the program, you can try the final product.

    The tour is available in any of the four European languages: French, English, Spanish (Castilian) and Basque. The programs are adapted to different target audiences: there are separate excursions for pensioners, families with children and other categories of tourists. At the factory, tourists will be told about the history of the production of a popular drink from apples and about the technology of making cider.

    The Cider Route of the Basque Country

    Apple cider is of great importance in the life of the Basque Country. It is an important component of the economy, gastronomy and culture of the region. Visitors to the factory will learn about the connection of cider with the sea and the Basque fishermen (it is said that whalers from the city of Orio bought this drink in kegs before leaving for fishing).

    The province of Gipuzkoa is characterized by an unusual local tradition, Txotx (Choch), which will also be introduced to tourists. What is this tradition? It originated several centuries ago and was led by merchants. When a new crop of cider went on sale, merchants needed to take a sample to decide whether to buy the drink? They tasted it straight from the kegs. This is what happens to this day: under the loud exclamation of “Choch!” — all together rush with mugs to the barrels.

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