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10-Oz Kicking Horse 454 Horse Power Dark Roast Coffee (Ground) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has the 10 ounce bag of Kicking Horse 454 Horse Power Dark Roast Coffee for $5.85 with Subscribe & Save (or as low as $5.23 with 5 Subscribe & Save orders).
  • DARK ROAST, GROUND: Velvety, earthy, spirited. This smooth riding dark horse conjures up power from the depths of the shadows. This is the winner, the champion of taste.
  • TASTING NOTES, BREW METHOD: Heavy body, sweet tobacco, earthy with a black licorice finish. Recommended methods: drip machine, pour over and cold brew.
  • ORIGIN INDONESIA, CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA: Grown in a socially and environmentally responsible way, by farmers with sustainable businesses they can depend on.
  • ORGANIC, FAIRTRADE, KOSHER, SHADE GROWN, ARABICA COFFEE: Coffee that is good and fair for the coffee drinkers, the farmers and the planet. 100% Certified.
  • ROASTED IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS: It's all deep, dark and delicious, roasted right below the towering Canadian Rocky Mountain peaks.
Kicking Horse Coffee, 454 Horse Power, Dark Roast, Ground, 10 oz - Certified Organic, Fairtrade, Kosher Coffee [amazon.com]
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are the no ground coffee comments just coffee snobbery as in if its not ground 2 seconds before brewing its not any good? or is there some other reason to avoid ground coffee?
You nailed it..it's just a classic case of snobbery....I would much rather have a good ground coffee, than a whole bean that tastes like horse dung any day...you have to grind it before you can brew it! Peace
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Apparently the taste has a lot to do with the aroma, and ground coffee loses its aroma to the atmosphere, so the more recent the grind the better all things considered.
I prefer to grind it myself on the coarse setting. Pre-ground coffee is typically ground too fine for a French press.
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Ya..I've come to be addicted to Peet's .Major Dickinson.. I brew a 6oz..strong .then I follow it with 4oz strong ...same kcup..but seems good and strong to me..but maybe I'm missing out ..on a better cup with other methods..kuerig has me spoiled to the convience and speed
I hear ya. I did the switch only when I decided that having a good cup of coffee every day was a luxury I wanted to have. Once i spent the $40 buying a grinder and pour over filter, switching to whole bean has been awesome. Well worth the switch and extra 5 minutes every day for me (to brew).
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You nailed it..it's just a classic case of snobbery....I would much rather have a good ground coffee, than a whole bean that tastes like horse dung any day...you have to grind it before you can brew it! Peace
I'm not sure anywhere in this thread anyone is alluding that a premium pre-ground is subpar to any whole bean; maybe you're just commenting to stir the french press (haha get it. Great dad joke I'd say). A good whole bean (which are widely available with lots of selections) will beat a good pre-ground every time.

If you haven't tried it, I suggest you try. Then you'll see how silly the 'snobbery' comment is. We're talking less than $50 here of total spend, not people spending $500 on golden coffee beans.
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I hear ya. I did the switch only when I decided that having a good cup of coffee every day was a luxury I wanted to have. Once i spent the $40 buying a grinder and pour over filter, switching to whole bean has been awesome. Well worth the switch and extra 5 minutes every day for me (to brew).
I have a grinder already .I'll look into a pour over filter...and give it a try. Thanks
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I have a grinder already .I'll look into a pour over filter...and give it a try. Thanks
Good luck and I hope it works well for you!
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While we are on the subject of whole bean vs pre-ground, I would say that freshly roasted coffee within a week, tastes much better than pre-packaged whole bean. If I have time, I would roast a small batch of green coffee in weekend. Otherwise, I find Sprout Farmer's Market offers pretty fresh coffee beans.
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