Tug Hill Artisan Roasters Review (19 Pictures)

Sitting down now to your morning cup of coffee with the Sunday newspaper? Life does not get much better. Tug Hill Artisan Roasters, LLC, roasted locally, will take your experience to the next level. Founded in a shed by 3 guys and a roaster, this trio has mastered the art of coffee. (This is the coffee I spoke about in my Tug Hill Vineyard’s posting).

The “Rough & Ready Nicaragua Dark” is freshly ground with a flavor that is rich with a full body. As with every blend, it is uniquely named after something reflective of the Tug Hill Plateau. The flavor has a robust taste that is beyond comparison,

The imported beans are dropped into a rotating drum that is roughly 425 degrees, causing an immediate drop in temperature. As the temperature rises back to roasting level, the beans are slow roasted for approximately 15 minutes (depending on the roast). “Specialty Grade” is the definition of the perfect ground. This is the highest level any roaster can ever archive. Their coffee of the month exceeds this standard.

Founded by brothers Scott and Ian with their buddy Greg, these guys have mastered “The Art of the Bean”. The perfect complement is military spouse Erika, her knowledge and expertise only added to this road trip.

Available at these limited locations: Nolt’s Country Store, Tug Hill Vineyards,
Mustard Seed in Croghan, PB&J, Miller’s Meat Market, April’s Cake Shop (Watertown) NY Natures Warehouse (Evens Mills), and many other locations. Call them at 315-308-0867. They also make a single serving contraption for moue use. It’s how I make my coffee in the morning.

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