A signature blend that celebrates the Land of Shining Mountains and Montana’s Big Sky. A heavy body and smooth finish have made this a classic Yellowstone Coffee roast since 1998.
While traveling down the Yellowstone River in 1806, Captain William Clark named a small stream lined with giant Cottonwood Trees, Big Timber Creek. Several decades later, pioneers settled the area, and designated the settlement Big Timber after the Lewis and Clark expedition.
This signature blend goes way back to Yellowstone Coffee’s foundation and has remained a long-time favorite for early mornings on the river.
Buffalo Blend is a tribute to the American bison that have called Yellowstone home since prehistoric times. This coffee is a crowd pleaser for folks who enjoy a bold, dark roast.
AMACA is a female coffee collective located in Colombia’s Cauca region. This collective is comprised of 140 female producers who derive their livelihoods through the cultivation and production of coffee. Not only do these producers hold strong core values, but their coffees are also delicious.
The purchase of this coffee provides AMACA members a premium for their product. This premium helps strengthen communities in Southern Colombia and improves the well-being of the producers’ families.
We believe decaf coffee should taste good! The integrity and flavor of this coffee are maintained through sugarcane decaffeination, an extraction process in which green coffee beans soak in a natural sugar solution. Our primary decaf offering is collected from five small producers in Colombia's Cauca region. Decafs produced through this method can be easily mistaken for regular, caffeinated coffees.
In rural El Salvador, producer Jose Efrain Diaz, owns a small farm where he grows avocado, lemon, orange, and outstanding coffee. His small operation, Finca Machua, produces ⁓70 quintales per year, but the remote location of his farm provides difficult access, particularly during El Salvador’s rainy season.
Our producer works closely with Jose during the sorting and bagging process to ensure the highest quality control. The result is a select micro-lot with sweet notes, full body, and a polished aftertaste.
The Abiyot Boru washing station is located in the Shakiso district of Ethiopia, about 60 miles from the world-famous Yirgacheffe region.
During the harvest season, small producers from the nearby area deliver ripe cherries to the washing station where they are carefully sorted, pulped, fermented, and washed. The washed parchment is sorted again, then placed immediately on raised beds which are constructed to ensure proper air circulation, ultimately providing the best quality and best-tasting coffees.
Our Panama Boquete is sourced from the Casa Ruiz Estate, a family-owned farm located near the town of Boquete and Volcan Buru National Park in western Panama.
The Ruiz family has worked in the coffee industry for three generations and is one of the founding donors of the Ngӓbere literacy program. The program helps improve literacy rates for the indigenous Ngӓbe people who work on the estate during the harvest season.
Yellowstone Coffee Roasters
18000 Bozeman Hill Rd
Bozeman, MT 59715
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