Welcome to The Coffee Tree!


We are dedicated to serving the best coffee in Loveland, Colorado! 

Our FTO coffee is freshly-roasted on site and expertly prepared in the artisan fashion, with an emphasis on quality, presentation and efficient friendly service. 

To complement our coffee we use an all natural local dairy that supplies us with hormone free milk (we also have organic soy and almond milk as alternatives) and we bake delicious pastries from scratch everyday. We also offer sandwiches and free WIFI for our customers!

















About Us

The Coffee Tree: Where Good Things Grow has moved its espresso bar at Anthology Book Company to 210 E 4th St. in Historic Downtown Loveland.

The owners of The Coffee Tree, Heidi and Michael Thrash, moved to Loveland from Seattle, WA in Oct. of 2005 in hopes of achieving their dream of opening a specialty coffee shop.

Heidi and Michael are extremely passionate about coffee and have more than a combined 20 years experience in the Specialty Coffee Industry. Their experiences include roasting coffee, pouring latte art and both have been trained by United States Barista Champions. 

The Coffee Tree: Where Good Things Grow is committed to growth as a business and as a part of the community. We are dedicated to three things to achieve this:

    1. Offering expertly prepared espresso, with an emphasis on quality, presentation, freshly-roasted fair traded coffee and efficient service.
    2. Operating our business with an emphasis on consumer responsibility by using fairly traded, organic, shade-grown coffees and hormone free milk.
    3. Opening our doors with open arms—enjoying our guests as individuals and striving to make the most of their daily experience.




The Coffee Tree’s Menu Offerings

We are happy to accommodate any special requests. If you can’t find what you’re looking for just let us know and we’ll do our best to make it or get it!

The Coffee Tree’s drink sizes are 8 oz, 12 oz, 16oz and 20oz. All espresso drinks come with a double shot of espresso unless specified.

Espresso Based

Espresso
Espresso Macchiato
Espresso Con Panna
Fresh Brewed Coffee
Americano
Cappuccino
Latte
Cafe Au Lait
Mocha (Dark & White Chocolate)
Iced Coffee
Ice-blended Coffee

Tea Based

Chai Tea (Oregon or Bhakti)
Teas hot or iced (a variety of black, green & herbals)
Tea steamers

Non Coffee Drinks

Hot Chocolate
Steamers
Italian Soda
Fruit Smoothies

Flavors

Apple
Almond
Caramel*
Cherry
Coconut
Dark Chocolate*
Frosted Mint
Ginger Bread (seasonal)
Hazelnut*
Irish Cream
Lime
Mandarin
Maple Spice (seasonal)
Pumpkin Spice (seasonal)
Raspberry
Strawberry
Toffee Nut
Vanilla*

* Also available in Sugar Free



Food

The Coffee Tree bakes form scratch every morning because fresh just taste better!

Scones 

Blueberry, raspberries, strawberry, peach, dark chocolate almond & maple spice scones.

Coffee Cake
Blueberry, raspberries, peach or blueberry pecan.

Cookies 
Chocolate chip, chocolate chip with m & m's, peanut butter, peanut butter m & m's, peanut butter with a 
reese's cup and oatmeal raisin.

Pumpkin Bread
This is not seasonal. We make this year round.

Seven Layer Bars 
Assorted desert bars.

Brownies
Dark chocolate.

Bagels (by Gib's)
Our bagels come form Fort Collins based Gib's Bagels but we make our on cream cheese in the store. We have the following as spreads for our bagels: plain cream cheese, pesto cream cheese, strawberry jam, butter & peanut butter. 

Sandwiches
Build your own Panini with the following options.
Bread: Crossiant, Bagel or Whole Wheat English Muffin
Meat: Black Forest Ham or Sausage
Cheeses (Tillamook): Cheddar, Swiss or Pepper Jack

Burritos (by Burrito Kitchens)
We have beef & potato, calabacitas and chicken fajita. Salsa is also available on the side. 


Photo Gallery


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Latte Art Gallery


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Arabica Coffee Tree Gallery


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Latte Art Video


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Press

David Young
The Reporter-Herald 

The specialty coffee industry is growing in popularity, and its impact is visible throughout Loveland. In 2006 specialty coffee accounted for $12.27 billion in sales, according to the Specialty Coffee Association of America. A National Coffee Association 2006 annual drinking trends study revealed 16 percent of America’s adult population drinks coffee on a daily basis.  

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Written by Marissa Hutton-Gavel   
NextNC.com
Thursday, 28 June 2007

It’s fitting that Heidi Thrash and Michael Cornelius met in Seattle, one of the world’s coffee meccas. It’s also fitting that they have been trained by U.S. Barista champions, (think Food Network meets Starbucks). They’ve taken their knowledge of coffee, their flair for showmanship, combined it with entrepreneurship and art, and made The Coffee Tree in Loveland.  

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By Shelley Widhalm
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Publish Date: 3/21/2009

Coffee shop regulars still frequent their local favorites, but they may be coming in less often or downgrading their orders in economic hard times. As a result, independently owned coffee shops in Loveland and Fort Collins are seeing their sales dip slightly or remain flat from a year ago.  

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Contact Us

The Coffee Tree: Where Good Things Grow
210 East Fourth Street
Loveland, CO 80537

Telephone:  (970) 663-1885

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