THIS IS TREELINE.

We believe that the ultimate coffee experience is with a coffee that you love.  As unique as we are in life, each coffee lover has unique preferences when it comes to the region of origin, roast technique, flavor profile and brewing method. For this reason, we create coffee for coffee lovers.  It is our goal to thoughtfully source, fearlessly roast, and meticulously brew these specialty grade coffees to provide you with an unforgettable coffee experience, every time.  We want the best and we want you to have it, too.

Our new name reflects our commitment to bringing you an incredible coffee experience in each cup.  It is our goal to continue sourcing specialty grade coffees from around the globe, to support the farmers who bring quality coffees to the table, so that they can continue to do so well into the future.  From the Treelines in Colombia or Ethiopia, to the Treelines that we can't stop exploring at home in Montana, we are excited to have a new name that conveys our core values, our deep partnerships, and our relentless approach to creating coffee that fuels you to do the things you love.

To us, the word "treeline" represents our home.  Our community.  Relationships and experiences.  Growers.  Explorers.  Adventurers.  It represents an audacious spirit, and the quest to live an uninhibited life spent out of bounds, and this is how we hope that our coffee is enjoyed.  Without limits.  or more details on our name change visit Natalie's blog post.

OUR STORY.

Treeline Coffee Roasters is the next iteration of Little Red Wagon Coffee Roasters. When we started in August of 2013 our goal was simple: create an unforgettable cup of coffee. We take this mission seriously and roast unique coffees in small batches to bring you a cup of coffee you won’t find anywhere else.

The journey began on a coffee farm in Colombia when our founder Natalie was traveling on a cross-country motorcycle trip. Driven by curiosity and her love of coffee, she was inspired by her visit with the farmer, Don Eilas, who not only taught her about the growing process but also  invited her into  his home to show her how to roast freshly harvested coffee over an open flame.  

For the next six years, Natalie cultivated her craft, experimentally roasting a variety of beans on a wide range of apparatuses. Her love of roasting (and mountains) ultimately brought her to Bozeman, Montana where she founded Little Red Wagon Coffee Roasters, now Treeline Coffee Roasters.

What started by roasting coffee in a frozen food truck, now has flourished into a full fledged roastery and cafe in the beautiful Mill District in North Bozeman. It's been an incredible journey of farmers markets, mobile espresso bars, a back alley garage and shared spaces to get to where we are today. We won't bore you with the laundry list of reasons for the name change, but simply put, Treeline is more in line with who we are today and who we want to be when we grow up (and our email addresses are shorter;).

Inspired by origin, we are committed to our coffee from farm to cup. We take time each year to travel to coffee growing regions to bring amazing coffees back to Montana. Our roasting style highlights the naturally occurring awesomeness of each bean so you can taste the difference in each cup.

You can find us at our Roasting Room at 624 N Wallace at Cottonwood. Stop by our shop to taste interesting coffees from around the world and learn something new about coffee! The Roasting Room is now open everyday from 6:30am - 5pm. Yay!

 

THE TEAM.

NATALIE  - chief caffeinator + founder + Q grader

Been loving coffee every morning since the ripe old age of 6. 

Enjoys everything outdoors and sleeps under the stars whenever possible, even if that means her back deck. 

SAVANNAH - lieutenant roaster + roastery ring leader. 

One of those elusive Bozeman natives, though obviously not cranky about Californians... Ironically not outdoorsy, unless you're talking veggies, farms, and gardens. Lover of all things creative, local and hand crafted, including this coffee business.

Job Title: Lead Trainer / Barista / Fixer of broken coffee equipment.  Dan is a San Francisco transplant who's been in the coffee game for almost 10 years now. He is obsessed with all things espresso, and is constantly in pursuit of the perfect shot. When he's not geeking out about coffee he enjoys cruising around on his single speed, eating extremely large breakfasts, hitting up thrift shops, drinking adult beverages, and finding new and exciting ways to be a Hipster cliche.

Job Title: Lead Trainer / Barista / Fixer of broken coffee equipment. 

Dan is a San Francisco transplant who's been in the coffee game for almost 10 years now. He is obsessed with all things espresso, and is constantly in pursuit of the perfect shot. When he's not geeking out about coffee he enjoys cruising around on his single speed, eating extremely large breakfasts, hitting up thrift shops, drinking adult beverages, and finding new and exciting ways to be a Hipster cliche.

TORY -- Backcountry Coffee Brewer Tory is an environmental educator and lifelong barista who recently relocated to Bozeman from Vail, Colorado. When she's not keeping the stoke high over craft coffee or the natural sciences, you may find her exploring her new local mountain ranges on a caffeine-fueled traiL run.

TORY -- Backcountry Coffee Brewer

Tory is an environmental educator and lifelong barista who recently relocated to Bozeman from Vail, Colorado. When she's not keeping the stoke high over craft coffee or the natural sciences, you may find her exploring her new local mountain ranges on a caffeine-fueled traiL run.

Becca Boylan
A Bozeman Native who’s love affair with coffee began at the ripe old age of 16, Becca’s
passion for coffee has taken her on many adventures around the world. Propelled by
adrenaline and caffeine (preferably of the Finca La Gloria variety) she can be found
patrolling the ski hills during the cold, and beautiful, winter months. When not rescuing
Jerrys off the hill, she’ll be contently sitting in the shop pouring over a mountain of
medical textbooks studying for her next exam. As someone who considers themselves
socially antisocial (yes it’s really a thing) she is continually amazed by the development
of communities, culture, and creativity that is so unique to coffee shops.
She’s beyond stoked to continue her promiscuous relationship with the magic bean here
at Treeline.
composed of equal part podwer days, shifts at the ER, and people watching.
Seasonal dirt bag, medical knowledge sponge, people watcher.

DEEJAY - bean ambassador + wholesale account manager

Central American coffee junkie.

Most likely to find her calling the snow phone at 5 am to see if there is enough powder to come to work late .... Yes she still calls the snow phone even though there is an app for that :)

Enjoys anything outdoors in the summer time where a California girl can get a bronze. 

MARK - Caffeine Enabler + Roasting Room Manager + Inspirational Speaker Winter enthusiast, bass player/teacher, part-time cattle wrangler. When not in the shop he spends his days-off sliding down a snowy mountainside by any means with his pack of hounds on his heels, slapping bass with his band GearHorse, bleedin'/sweatin'/cussin'/spittin'/workin' for the family cattle ranch, and/or/all-at-once eating pizza with a frosty craft-barley-hop beverage in hand.    

MARK - Caffeine Enabler + Roasting Room Manager + Inspirational Speaker

Winter enthusiast, bass player/teacher, part-time cattle wrangler.

When not in the shop he spends his days-off sliding down a snowy mountainside by any means with his pack of hounds on his heels, slapping bass with his band GearHorse, bleedin'/sweatin'/cussin'/spittin'/workin' for the family cattle ranch, and/or/all-at-once eating pizza with a frosty craft-barley-hop beverage in hand.

 

 

KESSLIE - An Oregonian who moved east to the Hudson Valley in New York then back west to Montana. She an aspiring environmental engineer, and been on the snow since she could walk.  Obsessed with her dog and a lover of all things craft beverages -- hence the bitchin' beer and coffee, but that's practically a cliche since she grew up outside Portland.

KESSLIE - An Oregonian who moved east to the Hudson Valley in New York then back west to Montana. She an aspiring environmental engineer, and been on the snow since she could walk.  Obsessed with her dog and a lover of all things craft beverages -- hence the bitchin' beer and coffee, but that's practically a cliche since she grew up outside Portland.

JAKE  - quality coffee convert + project manager 

Admittedly once thought coffee from a gas station was comparable.

Wanna be adrenaline junkie always looking for his next fix on a bike or skis.

John Beardsley 

 

STORMY. When not masquerading as Batman, Stormy hopes to someday become a coffee scientist. Even after six years of coffee experience, she is still learning the trade. She's pretty sure coffee is majority of her personality. 

STORMY.

When not masquerading as Batman, Stormy hopes to someday become a coffee scientist. Even after six years of coffee experience, she is still learning the trade. She's pretty sure coffee is majority of her personality. 

STACY - designer of all the things, and official treeline + GEO addict.

Find all Stacy's incredible work at http://www.townsendcollective.com/

and we won't be mad if you snag her for yourself...promise.

NIKO - support staff Favorite place to be is on a trail running 3x as far as her company - no caffeine needed. 

NIKO - support staff

Favorite place to be is on a trail running 3x as far as her company - no caffeine needed. 

Evan Anderson 

Likes: Coffee Drinks and Extreme Sports