Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Join the Monks for Coffee

Today I would like to introduce you to a group of Monks in Wyoming who give you the opportunity to feel good in two ways. If you have not heard about the "Mystic Monks", they are a group of Carmelite Monks who are trying to build a monastery and further vocations by selling coffee beans. Every time you purchase coffee or one of the their chant CDs, you are helping them to spread the Gospel of Christ to others.

My husband is an avid coffee lover. He doesn't drink coffee just to stay awake. He drinks coffee because he enjoys it. It could be 95 degrees and humid and he'll sit down with a good, strong cup of coffee. I can't understand that! He originally heard about Mystic Monk coffee through advertisements on Relevant Radio. He decided to try some out and now we are hooked. It is great coffee.

I am not a devoted coffee fan. I'm more like an occasional fan of coffee in that my tastes run in spurts. If I drink coffee, more often than not it is to help me stay awake. Lately I have been in a coffee drinking mood, so I asked my husband to get me some flavored decaf coffee for my birthday. He chose the Mystic Monk Chocolate Cherry decaf blend. This is what coffee should taste like. Not just a drink, but a dessert! I am really enjoying this flavor. I also noticed that they have chocolate raspberry, too. I think that one will be next.

So, now I am offering you an opportunity to help the Monks and enjoy a really good cup of coffee. All you have to do is to click on the big link on my sidebar and it will take you to their website where you can browse your choices. Every time you buy some coffee, you will know that you are helping the Carmelite Monks in their good works. It's not often you can indulge yourself AND feel good about it! Go ahead, give it a try!

God Bless!

1 comment:

  1. Laura I LOVE coffee...too much and I've been ordering from the Monks, too. A friend and I combine orders to get free shipping. I'll try your flavor but my favorite is def. the Expresso!!! One cup in the a.m. is all I can handle....When we were first married, I used to make espresso on the stove. Hubby thought I was so "trendy". Not so, I'm 1/2 Italian and we've made espresso for years...I love giving my money to the Monks....Much love, Dolores H