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Joy-Holiday Blend

Our 2018 Joy Holiday Blend is now available.  For the 2018 edition of our Joy we combine our direct trade coffee from Honduran producer Irma Landaverde and a natural processed Ethiopia Guji Kercha.  The result is a well balanced, fruit forward coffee to bring warmth to the season.  We liken it to a warm, cozy… READ MORE >

Coffee for a Cause-Alzheimer’s Association

Ghost Town Coffee is proud to offer special addition coffee offerings, of which 20% of the sale proceeds go towards the respective organization.  In 2018, we became an official Cause Marketing Partner with the Alzheimer’s Association through their Montana Chapter.  We were the very first company in Montana to make this commitment.     Marla Joy… READ MORE >

Coffee for a Cause-GVLT

Ghost Town Coffee is proud to offer special addition coffee offerings, of which 20% of the sale proceeds go towards the respective organization.  The Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT) has become a well known organization in Montana’s beautiful Gallatin Valley.  Ghost Town Coffee has long been supporters of GVLT and their mission.  Proceeds from the… READ MORE >

NOW OPEN: Ghost Town Coffee Shop

We are beyond excited to announce that after eleven years of local roasting and retail coffee sales, we have opened a new location.  All of our operations are at 104 Bridger Center Dr (next to the Panda Sinclair on Bridger Canyon Dr), where we have our first ever Ghost Town coffee shop and coffee lab,… READ MORE >

Valentine – Ghost Town Along Route 66 Ghost Town of the Month

This months ghost town is found off Route 66 in Arizona. The area around Valentine was established in 1898 when President William McKinley set aside land for an Indian School. The area was originally named Truxton and officially became Valentine in honor of Robert G. Valentine the commissioner of Indian Affairs.   In 1901, a… READ MORE >

Sunrise Ghost Town of the Month

Sunrise is a former mining camp near Hall, MT – situated between Drummond and Philipsburg.  It came about during the Waseca claim – the first patented mine in Montana.  It was deserted in the silver panic near the turn of the century.  Half a century later it was reopened with the hope that it could… READ MORE >

Independence Ghost Town of the Month

The ghost town of Independence is located in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area in the Gallatin National Forest.  It is south of the Natural Bridge near McLeod, Montana.  Independence is 10,000 ft above sea level.  Gold was first discovered in the 1860’s.   It took two decades before any significant mining would occur due to the… READ MORE >

Karst Camp – Big Sky, MT Ghost Town of the Month

Take a giant step back to the early days of Yellowstone tourism with a visit to Karst Camp, located near Big Sky, Montana, on Hwy 191, between Bozeman and West Yellowstone.  Drive 7.4 miles north of the junction to Big Sky. Cross the bridge and you’ll find a new subdivision of houses and cabins. Some… READ MORE >

Vipond Ghost Town of the Month

Vipond is located in the northern Pioneer Mountains at over 8000 ft in elevation.  It got its start when John Vipond discovered the Mewonitoc Lode in 1868, the following year his brother staked another claim which would become the Gray Jockey Mine.  Other prospectors followed but due to the lack of transportation, high elevation and… READ MORE >

New Chicago Ghost Town of the Month

 New Chicago was originally called West Chicago – located on the west bank of Flint Creek.  New Chicago was created to be a commercial trade and  transportation center between the junction of Mullan road, south of Drummond and Philipsurg.  The town had a Post Office where the founder of the  town, John A. Featherman, was… READ MORE >