Mystic Monk Coffee of the Month, for July, is….

For your opportune knowledge.

The Wyoming Carmelites are offering a new Coffee of the Month:

Kenyan AA Auction Lot

Representing the very summit of coffee perfection, the Kenyan AA Auction Lot is virtually flawless in every respect. The characteristic acidity blossoms into an intricately detailed cup, highlighted by the ripe orange, tamarind and blueberry notes. The rich aftertaste abounds with touches of chocolate and star anise, and puts the finishing touches on a coffee that is as fine as it is rare.

To ensure the best flavor, this coffee is available in whole bean only. Get your grinder HERE.

Get this coffee at a discounted price as part of the Coffee of the Month Club! Join the Coffee of the Month Club and get a free Monk Press Travel Mug  See it here: Coffee of the Month Club.

However, getting a free mug from them allows you to buy a new, unfree, mug from me!

It is a great pleasure to push their coffee.

And if you missed the recent video about these Carmelites, watch this!


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5 Responses to Mystic Monk Coffee of the Month, for July, is….

  1. EXCHIEF says:

    Glad the coffee out of Kenya is good, cause the world’s most famous Kenyan sure isn’t. On a serious note our family loves Mystic Monk Coffee. That is the only kind we have in the house.

  2. AvantiBev says:

    Though I am not a coffee drinker, [Try their TEA! Click HERE.] I share their love of Wyoming. I have spent two very happy Septembers at a family run guest ranch outside of Cody. There is a mountain there called Heart Mountain and I left my heart there. I cannot imagine being an atheist in Wyoming.

  3. Mary Ann says:

    High quality coffee beans and blade grinders aren’t the best match. Perhaps the monks could be encouraged to add a burr type grinder to their site? This short article compares blade vs. burr quality, then mentions two general types of burr grinds (electric).
    There might be some inexpensive burr grinders available that are small hand crank ones. I did buy one new for about 15 dollars at an Amish store two years ago and use it one or more times a day for my French press brew.

  4. SKAY says:

    How wonderful that this is being built in America. Thank you for the good news, Father.

    I love coffee but it does not seem to like me anymore–so I will take your advice and look at the tea.

  5. Charles E Flynn says:

    Coffee ad from the 1650s, by Cory Doctorow.