Ethiopia - Guji Kercha 'Natural'
Guji coffee has been receiving a lot of attention from the specialty coffee world in the past several years. Guji refers to an administrative zone that borders the Gedeo Zone (where Yirgacheffe is located). Kercha is the district were this coffee is grown and produced. Guji has unique and delicious characteristics as compared its popular neighbor.
Tasting Notes: Raspberry, marmalade, lemon, brown sugar
Elevation: 6233-6890 ft above sea level
Process: Natural, sun dried on raised beds
Farm/Region: Guracho washing station, Kercha Woreda, Guji Zone
Fun Facts: Guji is named after a tribe of the Oroma people
The overlord of Ghost Town, the one who started it all! Chad began roasting 14 years ago in Belgrade, MT. He is very passionate about bicycles, loves Bozeman’s sense of community, and loves the value for small independent businesses in the community. His favorite coffees are constantly rotating with the seasons.
Clarissa Joined forces with her husband 10 years ago and has been a huge player in making Ghost Town what it is today. She has two lovely dogs and loves to go on daily lunch walks with Chad.
Besides roasting coffee, Corry enjoys mountain biking, cooking delicious foods, and the short sweet summers Bozeman has to offer. Her favorite coffee origin is Kenya, and loves her a good ol’ fashion pour-over. She is from Denver, CO and studied conservation biology at MSU.
Creative and dependable, Nora makes her own ceramics, likes to paint, and loves anything and everything pertaining to dogs, she even has two of her own! Nora loves the bright, fruity, and dynamic experience of Ethiopian coffee.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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”.
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).
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!
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!
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.