Coffee of the Month

The Wyoming Carmelites have a different featured Coffee of the Month.  As a matter of fact, it changes every month, (hey, I’m just trying to make this easier for readers of a certain liberal site) though it does not change on the 1st!

This month’s CotM is

Easter Sunrise Blend

Not quite as fun as the name of last month’s: Dukundekawa Musasa

If you join the coffee of the month club, subscribe for monthly coffee, you get a free Monk Press! I have been using my own old press more and more.

And they still have Pascha Java.


A reader sent a great photo of junior enjoying the newly arrive 5 lbs bag of coffee (try the Dark Sumatra) from the Wyoming Carmelites.


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  1. TravelerWithChrist says:

    I recently bought a bag of Caramel coffee, it smelled so good while I was in a local Catholic book store, we couldn’t resist. Delicious coffee!!

  2. ivan_the_mad says:

    Ha! Love the picture!

  3. FaithfulCatechist says:

    Train up a child in the way he should go…

  4. lucy says:

    When we have guests in the evening, I ask if anyone would like some coffee. But first, I pop off to the kitchen to retrieve the bag of Mystic Monk to stick under their noses. The answer is always yes, please.

  5. Velle Mere says:

    Based on TravelerWithChrist’s recommendation, I just bought a bag of Carmel ground coffee.

  6. rcg says:

    LOL!!! Danger! Eldest ate some dark roast beans and was ‘nutty’ all afternoon. My youngest got into some sweet tea one afternoon at a picnic. Between the sugar and the caffeine we didn’t get to sleep until after midnight, although she was amazingly cute and fun the entire time.

  7. poetgrl says:

    That reminds me… Mother’s Day is coming up soon.

    My mom visited last summer and tried the Midnight Vigils blend…and since, has made it know that should I ever want to send her something (such as a gift for Mother’s Day, birthday…Arbor Day) that she wanted it to be more of “that Monk’s coffee”.


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