Treeline Coffee Roasters
Nestled on the corner of E Cottonwood Street and N Wallace Ave in Bozeman, Montana, walking into Treeline Coffee Roasters, your eyes are immediately drawn up and around by the beautiful, industrial atmosphere. The smell of coffee quickly overtakes your senses and naturally, you are welcomed by a smiling face, ready to take your order.
From the beginning, Natalie Van Dusen had a knack for picking out delicious, full-bodied light roast coffee. After Natalie started Red Wagon Coffee Roasters in 2013, Deejay Newell came on as co-owner three years later, and together, they rebranded to Treeline Coffee Roasters. The two came in with a vision and were able to execute it perfectly and precisely, leaving room for growth in their design as they themselves grew and matured. With Natalie being a mentor and confidant to Deejay, they knew that they were going to “make it work”. And work they did!
Sustainability and education are one of the most important aspects of their brand. Relating to the influx of people coming into the area, straying far away from the “Us vs Them” mentality was important. Their dedication to providing a fun and relaxing community environment was successful in welcoming everyone and anyone from everywhere.
One of the best things about Bozeman, co-owner Deejay describes, is the community aspect that she felt from the very moment she came to the city, “Seeing everyone everywhere we went saying hello to each other from across the room, bumping into each other, and being so close, it made it clear that this is a town that is very community-oriented. There are so many opportunities to get involved in the community and everyone is so community-driven - it’s magical.” Everything you want to do outdoors is at your fingertips - from skiing/snowboarding to trail runs to gorgeous hikes: there is always something to do in Bozeman.
Stop by Treeline Coffee Roasters at 624 N Wallace Ave, Bozeman, MT to get yourself a beautifully crafted cup of coffee and for some nice conversation - we'll see you there!
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