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Kicking Horse Coffee, Kick Ass, Whole Bean Coffee, 2.2 Pound
- Dark Roast
- Indonesia & South America
- Sweet, Smoky, Audacious
- Fairtrade, Organic, Kosher
- Roasted in Canada
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Flavor: Kick Ass Dark
From the Manufacturer
Kicking Horse Coffee, Whole Bean Coffee
Certified Organic, Certified Fair Trade, Certified Delicious!
Kicking Horse Coffee is Rocky Mountain-roasted; bold, smooth and adventurous, just like you. A loyal following reinforces Kicking Horse Coffee’s passion for roasting only the finest, super-premium coffee. This is a no-compromise coffee and a no-compromise company, committed to local and global environmental conservation. Whichever blend you choose, you can drink ass-ured, knowing that all Kicking Horse Coffee is 100% organic and Fairtrade. Welcome to the ultimate wake-up call; from 454 Horse Power and Grizzly Claw, to Three Sisters and last but never least, Kick Ass.
Kicking Horse Coffee; fueling discerning coffee addictions for almost 20 years, with fresh, delicious, full-bodied flavour.
Why our coffee kicks ass. ..
Kicking Horse Coffee is Organic, Fair Trade coffee. We’re fanatics about beans—certified Fair Trade, certified organic, shade grown, friendly for birds, Arabica beans, that is. And, because we roast these premium beans to perfection, 3,000 feet above sea level, near the headwaters of the mighty Columbia River. Some say it’s the fresh, Rocky Mountain air, some say it’s the altitude... whatever it is, we''re not footing the medical bill if our coffee takes you out with a roundhouse kick to the taste buds! We’ve got the perfect blend for you—and we’ll pack and ship it fresh. .. Order online today!
About Kicking Horse Coffee
- Certified Organic
- Certified Fair Trade
- Certified Kosher
- Premium Arabica Beans
- Rocky Mountain-Roasted
- Whole Bean
- Full-Bodied Flavour
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Top Customer Reviews
I would recommend this to anyone who:
1. Likes dark roast coffee
2. Doesn't know, and wants to try it
3. Wants to change it up from a medium, or god forbid, a light roast.
It is a good quality product made more so because of the cost
I varied the water temperature all the way down to 180ºF and up to 210ºF and every 5º in between. My taste experience was pretty consistent no matter what I did to improve things. I believe it was Harry Harrison who wrote that there are 5 levels of coffee; Coffee, Java, Káva, Joe, and Carbon Remover. We may have found a sixth.
I am retired Navy so I will claim expertise in the taste of coffee-colored swill so strong you can stand a spoon upright in it. But I wouldn't call this "strong" coffee I would call it burnt. I realize it is fashionable these days to drink dark-roasted coffee, but I tend to attribute this to its use in coffee-FLAVORED drinks being promoted by fast-food chains. You need a strong coffee to overcome all the sugar and milk and caramel and hazelnut and ice that dilutes the coffee flavor. I know Europeans have liked heavily roasted coffee for centuries but that is because of the high usage of the Robusta variant of coffee which does not have a particularly pleasant flavor. The Arabica variety is complex and pleasantly flavorful.
I like my coffee black and unsweetened. If my coffee needs cream or sweetener then I haven't made it properly.Read more ›
I really just wrote this review to post the picture of Kick Ass vs a store brand whole bean that ends up costing as much as this premium coffee. I store my Kick Ass in a sealed container after opening the bag. I had some store brand bean I'd bought for the two days I had to wait for delivery. I poured the remains beside the Kick Ass. The difference was obvious. ( I have no idea how long the store brand sat in transit and on the store shelf.) Amazon sells so much Kicking Horse Whole Bean Coffee, Kick Ass Dark Roast that I know it is fresh.
I could see the difference obviously, but I'll state the obvious about the appearance. The Kick Ass looks fresh, dark, and oily. The store brand looks dry, lighter color, older and no sheen.
I had been compromising to save money but no longer. When I add it up, by buying 2.2 lbs from Amazon I get a better deal than I can on anything at my grocery. And it is a coffee that I really enjoy the taste with a caffeine content I prefer. And the cost is the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my favorite dark roast coffee. Very strong but smooth with no bitter aftertaste.Published 3 days ago by Barbara/Frank
One of the best coffee's I ever used. The whole family love it. Get way to start the day.Published 5 days ago by Fred
Happy I found this coffee. It's a great dark roast. Glad it's Swiss Water Process decaf. - just my preference.Published 5 days ago by Frugaldiva
this stuff is great. deep satisfying flavor; no harshness; smooth. just bought more.Published 6 days ago by Vuvuzela
This coffee is very good but overpriced. This coffee is strong and smooth and tastes great. I consider myself a bit of a coffee snob and always pass on the cheap coffee in the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Charlie
This is a great tasting decaf. It's dark roast flavor is wonderful.Published 8 days ago by persnickety
We discovered this while living in Europe and travel to Italy. Nothing comes close to the smooth everything perfect taste of Lavazza.Published 9 days ago by Paragon