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As a tree is a source of life, we want to use specialty coffee to give life in three ways…

Empower our farmers. End human trafficking. Engage the community.
New Tea Partnerships
Though we love making awesome coffee, we desire to extend our mission by offering a wide range of quality products, which includes tea as well. 

We believe relationships have the best potential for empowerment and we want to apply that to our tea sourcing methodologies as well.
Samuel is a Chinese tea purveyor, farmer, and connoisseur who started Bridging Hope, a tea company that strives to empower its farmers. Our first offerings from Bridging Hope will be a Chinese Black Tea and a Jasmine Green.

The Hale Tea Company is a local tea supplier that is nationally recognized.  Their drive towards sustainability and passion for quality tea has captivated us as we strive to renovate our tea offerings.  Local.  Quality.  Sustainable. Our first offerings from The Hale Tea Company will include herbal teas "Rising Sun Rooibos" and "Honeybush."
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Our Trolley: A Coffee Shop on Wheels

The Trolley is an experience your wedding or event does not want to go without. It is a vintage hot dog trailer that was gutted and remade to make what we had dreamt about, "Teeny" the little trolley.

Teeny provides a way for us to leave the shop and engage our local Statesboro community, along with communities beyond our little county. The Trolley has the capacity to serve espresso drinks, coffee, hot chocolate, cakes, and quite a few other options.​
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New Menus for
Lunch & Brunch


Join us for brunch on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. or lunch Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., served with a smile and a dose of caffeine. See you then!!
Meet the Interns: Fall '18
Each semester, we meticulously select a group of innovative, motivated college students to serve as interns. These individuals have a passion for 3 Tree and posses values that align with our mission.

Before we serve coffee, we serve people. Anyone in association with our organization is representing 3 Tree as an extension of our mission, and we value our relationships with people first.

Thus, our interns must possess the responsibility and self-discipline necessary to dictate their actions with the objective of engaging and empowering the community. They must have a heart to serve others and genuine compassion toward people.

This semester, Andrew Ballard, experienced 3 Tree barista, is leading the intern program. Our interns are educated from the ground up about coffee and 3 Tree's relational approach to business. As we strive to serve our community, we strive to empower our interns.

Ballard is a just leader who applies a service model of leadership to serve his comrades. He serves & empowers our interns out of a love for people, forming intimate relationships on the basis of trust. 

Interns create a semester project and serve at one event each month, often the Farmers Market. We highly encourage you to attend intern-run events, as they are original, conscientiously organized, and reflect each intern's distinct personality. 
Daria Smith

year: junior
majors: Public Relations & Journalism,
with a Marketing minor
hometown: Woodstock, GA
organization: Young Life
favorite drink: iced vanilla latte
internship project: email newsletters & content promotion via social media
If you knew me then you would know, "I am an advocate for dogs,
Jesus, brunch, and camo Crocs." 

Yep, that's me typing, behind the screen
Rachel Dirrim

year: freshman
major: Elementary Education
hometown: Canton, GA
organization: RUF
favorite drink: vanilla iced latte

internship project: teaching classes on coffee, 1st class on Coffee 101--
10.11.18, this Thursday

If you knew me then you would know, "I have a heart for kids."
Brandon Cmelik

year: sophomore 
major: Film
hometown: Hinesville, GA
organization: Campus Outreach
favorite drink: cold brew with
oat milk & hazelnut
internship project:
Barista Olympics event-- 11.2.18
If you knew me then you would know, "I hike often and take
frequent trips to the beach." 
Katie Fisher

year: junior
major: International Studies
hometown: Richmond Hill, GA
organization: BCM
favorite drink: house brew
internship project:
Free Coffee 4 Free People event-- 11.9.18
If you knew me then you would know, "I travel often and love an opportunity to use a good pun." 

 

Coffee 101 Class

Rachel Dirrim, 3 Tree Intern, will be teaching a series of classes on coffee over the next few months. The first class will discuss Coffee 101 on Thursday, October 11 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the shop, in the tree house. Get to know our sweet Rachel, while enhancing your knowledge of coffee. We hope to see you there next Thursday!

Three Years of Business

We hosted an event with live music in late August to celebrate three years of business and shine a light on our 3-part mission to empower our farmers, end human-trafficking, and engage the community. All proceeds from the event went to Out of Darkness, an anti-trafficking organization. 

Philip Klayman, Three Tree co-founder, launched his new book,
The Parable of the Coffee Bean, at the celebration. “It’s a fictional allegory about a coffee bean named Yirgacheffe and his journey from bean to cup,” said Klayman. “I think we can learn a lot from a bean’s journey if we were to put ourselves in its shoes.”  The Parable of the Coffee Bean has been in the works since the start of Three Tree and is available for purchase at the coffee shop or online on Amazon.

Kim Daly, Three Tree co-founder 
and head coffee roaster, designed a limited edition anniversary T-shirt for the event. “I wanted to surround the design with life, symbolized by the coffee plants and a little bit of love with the heart in the latte art,” said Daly. “The three coffee cherries represent our three-year anniversary.”

Main Street Farmer's Market

Three Tree has been roasting coffee since April 2014, and has been operating at the Statesboro farmer's market since that Summer. The majority of our coffee was sold from the market until we opened our brick-and-mortar location in the Fall of 2015. Though we now have a shop where customers can come purchase our coffee, we are still very much invested in the farmer's market as it is a vital way for us to be active in the community and with our farmers.

The market is held every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. So next time you get the chance, 
come visit us at the market! We sell cold brew, hot coffee, sausage biscuits, and bags of beans. Trevor will be running the market with the help of our lovely interns.

A Bittersweet Farewell

Katie Reaves was a barista and baker extraordinaire since (almost) the beginning! We’ll miss her behind the bar but look forward to seeing her around the shop as a friendly face. She will be working full time in a dream job and we’re pumped for her! Katie, thank you for your hard work and the love you put into Three Tree.
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