Please support the Charles Carroll Society and the Monks of Wyoming. I am very excited to offer a great product made in American by traditional people building a modern homesteading life in the wilds of Wyoming; organic, Fair Trade, gourmet coffee, brewed by traditional Catholic hermit monks in Cody, Wyoming deep in the American Redoubt. Blending only the finest beans, the monks have roasted their own house blend imbued with the perfect monastic balance of aroma, flavor and body. In each cup, you will find the charm of the monks.
1. This high quality, organically grown gourmet coffee is made in the U.S.A.
2. You are supporting growing the American Redoubt economy.
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4. You will support building a classic Gothic monastery in Cody, Wyoming.
Now you can buy gourmet coffee online from the American Redoubt and traditional Christians who are building a classic medieval Gothic monastery in the mountains near Cody, Wyoming. A small batch coffee roaster, Mystic Monk is operated by the Carmelite Monks of Cody, Wyoming through an online gourmet coffee bean store. With great new flavors, such as Cinnamon Coffee Cake (October’s Seasonal Flavor of the month) and the current coffee of the month: Panama Boquete Classico, you’re sure to find the perfect coffee. The monks carefully craft each freshly roasted coffee to perfection for dark roast coffees, espresso, ground coffees, whole bean coffees, single origin coffees, fair trade organic coffees, flavored coffees and especially the monks’ special gourmet coffee blends, such as Mystic Monk Blend and Midnight Vigils Blend. Try our special auto delivered coffee subscriptions also the best value! You never know when knowing some hermit monks living in a medieval castle may be a good thing!
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About the monks. The Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel are cloistered monks. These monks dedicate their entire lives to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the chanting of the Divine Office in the choir and pursuing the heights of contemplation. Although they are basically “hermit monks” they also share the fruits of their contemplative and solitary lives, by providing the following services to all Christians; confessions, retreats for men, and giving spiritual direction to all who may come to the monastery.
Separation from the world for contemplative prayer is essential to the life of the Carmelite Monks, their monasteries are founded in the mountains to ensure geographical enclosure. In modern times where noise abounds, the monks desire true silence and an atmosphere of natural solitude. The monks explain how the mountains provide this: “In the mountains, often wild and remote, the soul can make a swift journey towards union with God; the beauty of the wilderness alone raises the mind and heart to the Eternal Father who created the things of this world. In the mountains the Carmelite monks will at last be in a place conducive to their life and in keeping with their Holy Rule.” To find a modern place to be “left alone” and dedicated themselves to praying for the world those chose the wilds of Cody, Wyoming in the American Redoubt.