Mystic Monk Coffee Thanksgiving Blend (and a good idea for you)

As I start to set up my schedule for the end of November, I noted that U.S. Thanksgiving Day is coming up soon. It seems early this year.

Even though we have much to lament, we have much to be thankful for.

Console yourselves with some tea or coffee.

Thanksgiving Blend Available

I also note that Wyoming Carmelites have issued a

Thanksgiving Blend!

May I suggest that you get your orders in soon?

They have all the autumnally flavored coffees, of course, which are not my cup of tea, but many of you like all that froofroo stuff. They have tea too. You might like the Pumpkin Spice. Check out their New For Autumn page HERE.

And please consider getting little sampler packs for St. Nicholas Day, or office parties, or stocking stuffers for Christmas. It seems early to be talking about these things, but by making a plan now, a list of small things to do now, you can avoid some of the rush and stress later. Make a list of things to do and order later if need be.

There is a 9 sampler and a 30 sampler.

Of course, being Carmelites, they have religious gifts as well. From any of my links here you can navigate around their site.

Mystic Monk Coffee!

It’s swell!

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  1. L. says:

    The monks obviously span the globe, since I think the mill shown on the Thanksgiving Blend package is of the Glade Creek Grist Mill in Babcock State Park in Fayette County, West Virginia.

  2. Incidentally, the Monks’ Wellness tea is great. I have been drinking a lot of that lately as I have been sick. Their raspberry tea is also great.

  3. Michelle F says:


    You beat me to the punch. I live in WV, and I have visited the Glade Creek Grist Mill. It’s a lovely little place – as is the rest of the park! :)

  4. JonPatrick says:

    I gave the coffee sampler last year as a Christmas gift and it was a big hit. Maybe it’ll be tea this year.

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