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[Bob Coffey opened Passages cafe and market, located within the Sugar Grove Public Library, on Nov. 1. The cafe will offer tea, coffee, fresh pastries and sandwiches as well as sell artisan items, including handmade soaps, jewelry, fused glass and pottery.]
“The coffee is going to be pretty straightforward coffee,” Coffey said. “I’m not going to do a lot of frothy froufrou coffee. It’s going to be a very good cup of coffee that you can flavor.”
A variety of teas will be served like black, green and herbal – like cinnamon almond.
“It’s just got tremendous flavor and aroma,” Coffey said.
Customers can expect a coconut chai tea, too.
“It’s pretty delicious,” Coffey said.
Treats for sale depend on seasonal availability, like cinnamon chip or chocolate chip scones and carrot, blueberry and apple cinnamon muffins and zucchini and pumpkin bread.
Sandwiches range from grilled panini sandwiches, like roast beef with arugula, to grilled cheese and turkey wraps.
Coffey will make 14 variations of mustard from mild whole seed, honey, brown to ghost pepper.
Products made by locals will be for sale like soaps, lotions, coffee mugs and tea cups.