Kenya - Githathi

Kenya - Githathi


This coffee comes to us directly from the Kariua cooperative in Mukoe, Kenya. While our importers were at this origin, this specific coffee jumped off the table exhibiting brilliant tropical notes. In years past, Kenya has primarily only sold coffee through large auctions, with little direct connection to specific growers and washing stations. More recently, the groundwork has been laid to foster long term personal connections. The result is health and social development programs, and increased quality of coffee. 

Elevation: 6069 ft
Process: Washed
Grade: AA
Varietal: SL-28
Tasting Notes: Butterscotch, mango, melon

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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.

Kaycee Gilbert

Production Manager

With her favorite part about Bozeman being Bridger Bowl, Kaycee is a true lover of ski season. She also loves jumping into mountain lakes in the summer. Her favorite drink is an Oat Milk Latte, and she hails from the land of Fountain, CO.

Taylor Ross

Service Tech, Barista

Known as “T Rowdy,” Taylor is from Charlotte, NC and loves climbing, hunting, and just about anything outdoors. His favorite drink is a Cortado or single origin espresso, and his favorite bagged coffee is the Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe. 

Claire Forsman

Roaster, Wholesale, Barista

Squirrelly, and a lover of tiny things, Claire is from Minnetonka, MN. She loves amateur crafting and chicken farming. Her favorite drink is an Oat Milk Americano and her favorite part about Bozeman is all of the dogs. She is currently acquiring her masters in Counseling from MSU.

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

Head 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.

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”.

Kristen McDeavitt

Barista, Wholesale

Sticking to the classics, Kristen's favorite drink is a Central-American pour-over. She graduated from UC Berkley with an English degree. She also loves to backpack (especially enjoying that morning cup of coffee in the mountains).

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!

Marlee Killham


Originally from the far land of Billings, MT, Marlee came to the great city of Bozeman to attend MSU for a degree in Food & Nutrition with an emphasis on Dietetics. She loves hiking and spending time with friends & family. Her favorite coffee origin is Ethiopia!

Ashley Peoples


Her sweet home was Florence Alabama, but loves Montana and the outdoors. Ashley's favorite drink is a Nitro Cold Brew. She is currently studying conservation biology at MSU. You can also find her hiking with Simon, the very vocal Alaskan Malamute. 

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 April, 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

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In-house Bakery

Pumpkin Spice Granola - A base of pecans and almonds, with coconut, pumpkin seeds, chia, and dried cranberries for all pumpkin lovers. $7/bag

In-house Bakery

Caramelized Banana Bread - Including walnuts, caramelized bananas, coconut sugar, and a dusting of cinnamon and nutmeg. $3/slice

Featured Wholesome Bites

Grain Bowl - with a base of coconut milk jasmine rice, and curried chickpeas. This hearty and delicious bowl will fill you up! Have it cold or hot. $7

Cafe & Roastery Location

104 Bridger Center Dr

Bozeman, MT 59715

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


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