Treeline Coffee Roasters

Craftmanship + seasonal beans + innovation in Bozeman, MT

The coffee bar at Treeline Coffee's Roasting Room in Bozeman, MT serves interesting coffee knowledge alongside tasting flights, pour-over, affogato, macchiato, seasonal specials (like a lavender cardamom cortado) and more.  Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

The coffee bar at Treeline Coffee's Roasting Room in Bozeman, MT serves interesting coffee knowledge alongside tasting flights, pour-over, affogato, macchiato, seasonal specials (like a lavender cardamom cortado) and more. Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Belly up to the coffee bar for tasting flights and java bean education while watching roasters work at Treeline Coffee’s 2500-square-foot café, tasting room and roastery, which opened in 2016. Co-owner Natalie Van Dusen is a certified Q Grader (coffee’s cross between a quality-control expert and a sommelier). She and her team fresh roast an ever-changing array of beans, often direct-purchased from small family farms, in batches of just six pounds at a time. The resulting coffee drinks go well with the café’s sweet and savory bites, which run the gamut from arepas (a Colombian cornmeal pocket) to waffles. Or take Treeline’s buzz to go—even backcountry skiing—with custom “Geo” travel filters filled with the varietal of your choice. Find Treeline's Roasting Room in Bozeman, Montana's Mill District. It stands about six blocks north of Main Street, on the road out to Bridger Bowl Ski Area, which makes it easy to grab a coffee and a bite on the way to or from the hill. As of June 2018, Treeline’s second location is open in downtown Bozeman, at the LARK. Handy! Mail order coffee is available as well. www.treelinecoffee.com

You might want this both before and after challenging yourself on the awesome terrain and great snow at  Bridger Bowl .  Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

You might want this both before and after challenging yourself on the awesome terrain and great snow at Bridger Bowl. Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline's head roaster, Natalie, is a certified Q Grader, which is like being both a coffee scientist and a coffee sommelier. The artful craft includes examining beans, "cupping," taking tasting notes & refining tiny parts of the roasting process.  Dreamstime

Treeline's head roaster, Natalie, is a certified Q Grader, which is like being both a coffee scientist and a coffee sommelier. The artful craft includes examining beans, "cupping," taking tasting notes & refining tiny parts of the roasting process. Dreamstime

Treeline's co-owners Deejay Newell (L) and Natalie Van Dusen (R) at the tasting bar.  Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline's co-owners Deejay Newell (L) and Natalie Van Dusen (R) at the tasting bar. Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline’s eats include fresh-made waffles.  Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline’s eats include fresh-made waffles. Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline’s innovative "Geo" is a pour-over coffee filter to go, and it can be pre-filled with the bean of choice. No more instant coffee on backcountry ski trips!  Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters

Treeline’s innovative "Geo" is a pour-over coffee filter to go, and it can be pre-filled with the bean of choice. No more instant coffee on backcountry ski trips! Stacy Townsend | Courtesy Treeline Coffee Roasters