In the 16th century, indigenous tribes inhabited El Tablón de Gómez, the present day municipality where El Cascabel producers grow coffee. In that time, the woods of El Tablón were home to countless rattlesnakes, which the tribes revered for their wonderful musicality. So much so, in fact, that they fashioned jewelry and accessories that rattled during their dancing and spiritual rituals. El Cascabel (the rattlesnake) is named for both the snakes and the ancient tribes that loved them.
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