Last month, I had the pleasure to visit Mill's Coffee, a roasting company located right in Providence! I've always loved coffee, especially if it's locally brewed. But after going to Italy last year, I've become even more of a coffee snob. Even Starbucks tastes like water!
That's when I gave a call to my friend Susan, owner of Mill's Coffee. Susan and her family have been brewing coffee for decades. The company has been handed down generation after generation and still to this day is all family owned and operated. They have every single section of coffee you can think of: From Pumpkin Spice, Blueberry Coffee Cake (my favorite) to amazingly bold Nikawewa coffee. What's better than strong, local owned coffee? Nothing else.
Susan spent over 3 hours with me giving me a tour, allowing me to taste some coffee and educating me on the whole process. I had no idea that so much time, dedication and love goes into making a single cup of coffee. I want to thank Susan, and her team for allowing me to photograph them and allowing me to taste test a whole bunch of coffee.