More reasons to by Mystic Monk Coffee and to shun Starbucks

So, Starbucks has a concert supposedly to honor veterans.  They invite people to perform whom they knew would do an anti-war song from era when vets were scorned and they invited a rapper whose lack of class is demonstrated through the foulness of his language… during a televised event that families and children could watch.

Starbucks, in addition, also has a commercial featuring a cross-dresser in an effort to mainstream, even more, open perversion.

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They have their Thanksgiving Blend (ground) right now.  In K-Cups too!

Their Christmas Blend is available.

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It’s swell!

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  1. sirmaab says:

    And now Starbucks has banned even engagement/wedding rings? The Heritage Foundation posts this about a week ago.

  2. Grumpy Beggar says:

    “. . . And the winner is , by the process of elimination (or should we say self-elimination ?) “

  3. Cantor says:

    “Are certain words creeping into his conversation? Words like, like swell? … Well if so, my friends, ya got trouble!”

  4. LeGrandDerangement says:

    I’ve shunned Starbucks since I learned of their corporate support of same-sex “marriage.” Didn’t know about the concert but not at all surprised.

  5. Cascade_Catholic says:

    Thanks for the reminder Father, just completed my order. I love MM Coffee!

  6. NickD says:

    Last week I ordered MM coffee, for the first time, as Christmas presents for various family members. I ordered their 4 bag-1 sampler, free shipping deal. I got two bags each of their Royal Rum Pecan and Carmel roasts, and the Midnight Vigils sampler (which I set aside for my own enjoyment, as I’d never actually drank MM and wanted to try it). They all smelled incredible.

    Yesterday, I brewed up the sampler pack, which made more coffee than I expected–about 8 cups, by my reckoning of one heaping tablespoon per cup. Now, I don’t pretend be a coffee aficionado, but I really enjoyed it, either hot or iced, with or without milk and sugar. They may have me “hooked.” After seeing this, I have all the more reason to buy their coffee and forgo the expensive, yucky, morally questionable stuff that Starbucks puts out.

    The question is, will I be able to wait until Christmas-time to sneak a cup of Royal Rum Pecan from my brother’s coffee pot?…

  7. Rose in NE says:

    Never liked Starbucks–Mystic Monk is superior coffee. I have even more reason to like it now because in January my son will be entering as a postulant with these monks.

  8. Jerry says:

    I have never been to a Starbucks and never will because of some of their policies, but it appears there are valid reasons for this one. According to the comments following that article:

    (a) Starbucks is banning only rings with stones.

    (b) Similar policies are common in the food service industry because crud can get lodged in the stone/setting, leading to bacterial growth, which can then be dislodged and transferred to the food.

  9. HobokenZephyr says:

    Does anybody know if the Mystic Monk “Monk Shots” are going to work with the new Keurig 2.0 systems? We ended up switching from a Keurig made machine to Mr. Coffee’s version because of the issues with older K-cups and the new machines.

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