Mystic Monk Report: “YEEHAW!” Edition

I have noticed a sharp uptick in orders of:

Cowboy Blend

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Roasted with the rugged tough horse rider in mind. A strong and smooth blend of South American coffees. The dark and light hints make it special at any time of the day, with caffeine enough to keep you riding.

It seems as if every other order for a couple weeks now has had some of this Cowboy Blend.

Mystic Monk Coffee!

It’s swell.

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8 Responses to Mystic Monk Report: “YEEHAW!” Edition

  1. benedetta says:

    We’re getting ready to have a homeschooler twice monthly get together here. I better check the subscription and order Cowboy in decaff, pronto…

  2. Good idea! You needs lots of Mystic Monk Coffee.

  3. benedetta says:

    Addendum: Cowboy Blend is strictly high-test, the highest caffeinated. In the afternoon I think people will go for decaff so I’ll update the subscription accordingly. Now Fr. Z may cue music…

  4. heway says:

    So glad to hear that I am not the only one ordering ‘Cowboy Blend”. We ordered it for our real cowboy friends in New Mexico. We also received Benedictine fudge from one of those cowboys.

  5. Luvadoxi says:

    Cowboy Blend is my favorite!

  6. Dustin and Jamie P. says:

    I just ordered a bag of this today! Along with 4 other flavors….

  7. jmoran says:

    One of my favorite times: Saturday morning, Mystic Monk Cowboy Blend coffee, John Wayne movie. Very relaxing.

  8. James Joseph says:

    You know you’re an unemployed semi-homeless veteran bachelor when…

    1. Your refrigerator’s sole purpose is to keep your coffee beans fresh.
    2. Your food stores have been limited to oatmeal, spaghetti, and tuna.
    3. Your beverage stores have been limited to a gallon jug tuaca, paisano, and homebrewed ale.

    Yes. Mystic Monk Coffee is the one beautiful thing I can come home to. It’s good enough that I don’t need milk and sugar, which I cannot afford anyway.