Congo - Boza
Congo - Boza
Congo - Boza

Congo - Boza


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In 2013, Marcelline Budza, inspired by her mother's resilience, established Rebuild Women's Hope along the shores of the coffee-producing region of Lake Kivu, Congo. The cooperative provides stability and opportunity to the producers of the region through micro-loans, health care, and incentive programs. The majority of producers in this region are women, and the cooperative believes that "building the hope of women is building the hope of an entire nation."  

Elevation: 6562 ft
Process: Washed
Varietal: Bourbon
Tasting Notes: Macadamia nuts, pipe tobacco, plantain, cedar

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Our Team

Meet Ghost Town's fine crew!

Aaron Hoffman

Service Tech

Productive, Intuitive, and mechanically inclined, Aaron can take any espresso machine apart and put it back together (and does everyday). Originally from Idaho, and loves golf and snowboarding. His favorite drink from the cafe is an almond milk latte with honey and cinnamon.

Rena Thiel

Roaster, Wholesale

Rena started as a Ghost Town barista in February 2020, but quickly found a new home at the coffee roaster. She credits her Chicago roots for her loud and hilarious personality, and when not at work she can be found doing stand-up comedy, long-distance road biking, and quoting Lord of the Rings to literally anyone who will listen. Her favorite drink in the cafe is an espresso shot over ice, and her favorite dino is a Brachiosaurus. 

Tom Mullen


High energy helpful, hungry - Originally from the Boston (Baaahhston) area, Tom is a master of geography, specifically world capitols. Tom fancies South American coffee, and is a self-identified shop-vac of green tea lemonade. Outside of Ghost Town, you can find Tom in the great outdoors with his pup, Stella.

Tanner Hackwith

Barista, Media Director

Like a shark that stops swimming, Tanner might die if he’s not doing something creative. He loves bright fruity pour-overs and creating unique drinks for the cafe. Originally from Montana, he majored in film during college, and runs a wedding photography company with his wife!

Kate Hackwith

Baker, Barista

Known to brighten up your day like a ray of sunshine, Kate brings enthusiasm to each day in the cafe! Originally from South Dakota, she’s obsessed with the mountains around Bozeman. She loves to hike, bake, puzzle, and runs a Wedding Photography company with her husband. Her favorite coffee origin is Ethiopia for the warm and bright fruit notes.

Camille Rainey


As a true local, Camille has always called Bozeman home. She loves exploring the great outdoors with friends and family, and is a fantastic baker. Her favorite drink in the cafe is the Bee Sting, and her favorite coffee is the Guatemala Monja Blanca

Brook Price


Easily the smiliest person at Ghost Town, Brook joined the Ghost Town team in May of 2020. Originally from Helena, Brook’s favorite drink in the cafe is an oat milk cortado, and her favorite coffee origin is Rwanda! Outside of work, you can find her painting or enjoying the spring wildflowers!

Jedda Bragg


Flavor Notes: Zesty, Earthy, Spicy  Origin: East Texas

Bold and intense at first with bright and warm finish. Okay, Jedda is not a specialty coffee, but it absolutely runs in his blood. Jedda joined the team in May of 2020 as he moved to the area from Austin, TX. His favorite pastime is to explore in the mountains with his dog and his girlfriend. His favorite drink in the cafe is a classic Espresso Doppio.

Teresa Ball


Energetic, Brave and Cheeky, Teresa is bound to brighten your day in the cafe! She is originally from Osceola, Wisconsin, and has been a part of our team since May of 2020. When she is not at work, you can find her riding horses, camping, and hiking in the beautiful mountains around Bozeman. Her favorite drink in the cafe is a tall glass of Nitro with espresso whipped cream.

Kayla White


The smiliest person around! Originally from Three Forks, she loves to paint at home with a cup of Costa Rica, and is currently studying Sociology at MSU. Her biggest responsibility is to keep the plants alive at Ghost Town, and her favorite part of Bozeman is “las montañas”.

Samantha Talley


Sam, the queen of dad jokes, was born in Flint, MI but has lived in Montana for a number of years. Her favorite drink is a honey americano, and loves to flash-brew Ethiopian coffees. She’s currently a student at MSU studying History & Education!

In-house Bakery

Pumpkin Spice Cookie - Holding it's reputation as best cookie in the west.

In-house Bakery

New baked goods featured weekly; offering classic, vegan, and gluten free options daily.

New Location Grand Opening

We are very excited to announce our second cafe, located in the Black Olive apartment building at the intersection of Black Ave and Olive Street. Opening October, 2020!

Cafe & Roastery

Our cafe, located on the North-East side of Bozeman, focuses on being a welcoming space to enjoy a specialty coffee, meet with friends, or catch up on some work.

Cafe & Roastery

Our cafe, located on the North-East side of Bozeman, focuses on being a welcoming space to enjoy a specialty coffee, meet with friends, or catch up on some work.

Cafe & Roastery Location

104 Bridger Center Dr

Bozeman, MT 59715

Mon - Sat, 7am - 5pm
Sundays, 8am - 3pm


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