Schutt’s Cider Mill

DSC_0021One of my favorite places I visited as a child on a regular basis was Schutt’s Cider Mill in Webster, NY. I can’t remember ever not going there and I believe it’s been a family tradition since my grandmother was a child. We ate A LOT of apples growing up. After all, I grew up in Western New York where apple orchards are everywhere. And the apples are SO good! I really haven’t found any others that compare. Call me biased, but it’s true.

DSC_0009So, during our little venture to Rochester for a regatta, we managed to schedule a visit to Schutt’s and check another thing off of our Fall List. It’s hardly changed (just a little bigger than I remember) and it was wonderful. 🙂 Even Ed agreed that their homemade doughnuts were some of the best he’s had. My mouth is watering just thinking about them… We even got a chance to watch them press the apples into cider. We’d never seen that before!

Hopefully you enjoy a little visual tour of all of the goodies we saw on our visit. We didn’t manage to get any shots of the doughnuts because we inhaled them pretty quickly.

Definitely worth a visit if you are ever in the Rochester area! Happy Fall!!!


2 Responses to “Schutt’s Cider Mill”
  1. Laurie says:

    Mmmmm! Feel like I’m walking through it all over again! I may link to you, bc you have better pictures than I do (none).

  2. Becky says:

    I just want another Schutt’s doughnut! Feel free to link to it!

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