Decaf balanced between acidity and sweetness, with a little floral in the nose and good body.
Waking up to a freshly brewed cup of coffee is a morning ritual for many. More than 1 billion people all over the world drink coffee. While many countries produce coffee, Costa Rican coffee is the undisputed winner. Coffee from this region is admired for its playful fruity notes, characteristic light body, and high acidity. However, before we delve into how incredible this coffee tastes, let’s look back at its history.
Coffee production in Costa Rica commenced in 1779 at Meseta Central. The region had an ideal climatic condition and fertile soil for coffee plantations. Understanding the potential of this product, the government encouraged the production of coffee. At that time, the government even offered plots to farmers, who wished to harvest coffee.
It is clear that the government policies played a huge role in taking this gourmet product to the best coffee shops in Minnesota and across the globe. Coffee gained so much prominence in 19th century Costa Rica, that it started outselling profitable businesses in industries like tobacco, sugar, and cacao.
Willows Coffee is grown under green canopies at Hacienda Miramonte, located in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. The business is known for its sustainable practices, and it operates in cooperation with the region’s environment and wildlife. Willows Coffee is committed to cultivating the most refined quality of Arabica beans, so coffee lovers all around the world can enjoy the rich taste and heritage of Costa Rican Coffee.
To maintain the taste and quality, mature beans are hand-picked and processed by a team of specialty coffee makers, who preserve the secrets of their fine brews.