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From our farm to your cup!

01 FROM OUR FARM

Our coffee farm produces some of the finest coffee beans in all of Costa Rica. The matriarch’s love for coffee added to the quality of her product, making Hacienda Miramonte a legendary place.

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02 PREPARATION

Once you buy our coffee online, it’s time to convert it into a liquid. The most popular methods are french press, chemex and aeropress. These processes are essential when preparing a delicious coffee!

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03 TO YOUR CUP!

Now it’s time to enjoy your coffee cup! You can share it with your family and friends and if you want to go further you can buy our Gift Cards to share them with your loved ones!

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Let’s discover the many flavors of costa rican coffee together!

We are passionate about good coffee and have been for over 100 years! Our family farm in Costa Rica has been producing specialty coffee for over a century. We continue to refine our coffee growing and processing techniques  as only a family-run business can to bring coffee of uncompromising quality and flavor to the world.

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Looking for a coffee subscription?

Coffee subscriptions are our subscription program, that allows you to purchase fresh coffee and have it delivered to your house on a monthly basis. It is the best way to ensure you always have fresh coffee in stock, and with Willows you know that it comes straight from our family farm in Costa Rica. Never fear running out of your favorite coffee again! #fromourfarmtoyourdoor

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100 years from our farm to your cup

Read our latest news from our blog

THE FATHER-DAUGHTER DUO BEHIND WILLOWS.

THE FATHER-DAUGHTER DUO BEHIND WILLOWS. This father-daughter duo has been working together to grow the best coffee Costa Rica has to offer and bring it to the USA. At Hacienda Miramonte, the business is all in the family. Over 100 years ago, Lucila Duval de Morales purchased this land and began planting coffee. Her great-grandson, Ricardo Gurdian, and his daughter, Viviana,  now own and operate the farm. They work together to maintain Lucila´s legacy by focusing on specialty coffees while utilizing sustainable practices to keep the land happy and healthy. While Ricardo resides in Costa Rica where he can work within the farm on a daily basis, Viviana has been working on the marketing and promotion of Willows Coffee within the United States. Based out of Minnesota, Viviana is raising awareness of specialty Costa Rican coffee through local events and social media. The business has even reached its sixth generation, as […]

SAVE THE BEES!

SAVE THE BEES! WITHOUT BEES, THERE IS NO COFFEE. Bees are vital to coffee production. Through pollination, bees increase the plants’ yield, while also bettering the quality of the bean. A study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, has a model showing the impact of climate change on both coffee and its pollinators. Climate change is changing our agriculture drastically and could result in the amount of usable ground for coffee production to significantly decrease. Along with this, rising temperatures will affect the amount of bees in certain areas. Most coffee producers are small businesses, like us! In order to maintain our businesses, we must save the bees and combat climate change. This not only helps the coffee industry, but our planet as a whole. Our sources and more information for you: How bees, coffee beans and climate change are inextricably linked Coffee, Bees and Climate Change Are […]

OUR ARTICLE ON WOODBURY MAGAZINE !

OUR ARTICLE ON WOODBURY MAGAZINE ! Another publication, this time in the Woodbury Magazine and we are so happy to share our passion with you! Thank you very much; your support is greatly appreciated. I love being part of the Woodbury community. Our Pure Arabica Coffee comes from one family, one farm, one country. So you can experiance “from farm to cup, freshly roasted coffee” ¨A fifth-generation coffee producer, she traces everything back to her great-great-grandmother, who managed her family’s Costa Rican coffee plantation, Hacienda Miramonte. This is the same farm that now supplies Willows Coffee, Guardian’s online coffee store.¨

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