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6-Pack 10oz Kicking Horse Organic Ground Coffee (Horse Power, Dark Roast) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Pack 10oz Kicking Horse Organic Ground Coffee (Horse Power, Dark Roast) for $20.76 - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $19.72. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

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Kicking Horse Coffee 454 Horse Power, Dark Roast, Ground, 10oz (Pack of 6) - Certified Organic, Fairtrade, Kosher $19.72 with s/s
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Last Edited by ciswt May 25, 2022 at 10:39 AM
cliff hanger whole: $3.67/lb
454hp ground: $5.26/lb
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I see people asking about taste so I figured I would comment.
Kicking Horse makes quality coffee. Its not your neighborhood roaster's finest organize small batch, but neither is it supermarket grade whatsoever. I believe they do carry this line at Target though! lol.
That said, Its good stuff, but keep in mind this seems to be their medium roast, not medium-dark or dark which many prefer for a stronger flavored espresso. Medium is, however, preferred for espresso by most expert baristas for various reasons, but I like mine medium-dark to dark!
And yes, to answer another question, you can use any whole bean coffee for drip, espresso, pour over etc. as it comes down to the grind and roasting preference. If you like a medium roast, simply grind this coffee according to your preferred method.

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Can you use this as normal coffee beans? Never had this brand before.
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I don't see why not. I've never tried this particular brand of espresso bean before so I cannot comment on the taste, but you can use any espresso type beans for regular drip coffee as long as you grind to the right setting. I just know espresso beans are roasted longer to suit espresso machines.

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Can you use this as normal coffee beans? Never had this brand before.
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I don't see why not. I've never tried this particular brand of espresso bean before so I cannot comment on the taste, but you can use any espresso type beans for regular drip coffee as long as you grind to the right setting. I just know espresso beans are roasted longer to suit espresso machines.
Haha alright. I like espresso but I dont have the infrastructure to have it regularly. For normal coffee I have a percolator.
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Anyone that can compare this to Lavazza Super Crema for taste. Have a Jura super auto that I use for espresso/latte and this is a great price (but only if the taste is good).
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Anyone that can compare this to Lavazza Super Crema for taste. Have a Jura super auto that I use for espresso/latte and this is a great price (but only if the taste is good).
Ive used this in my Jura. I personally like it as well as Super Crema but that's just me. Also, this is cheaper than Folgers. It's a great deal.
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Thanks and Reps.

Went with the 454 HP for Monday Mornings when I'm hard to start.
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Thanks OP, tough to beat $3.71/pound for decent whole bean in this economy
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This is good coffee 👍
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I see people asking about taste so I figured I would comment.
Kicking Horse makes quality coffee. Its not your neighborhood roaster's finest organize small batch, but neither is it supermarket grade whatsoever. I believe they do carry this line at Target though! lol.
That said, Its good stuff, but keep in mind this seems to be their medium roast, not medium-dark or dark which many prefer for a stronger flavored espresso. Medium is, however, preferred for espresso by most expert baristas for various reasons, but I like mine medium-dark to dark!
And yes, to answer another question, you can use any whole bean coffee for drip, espresso, pour over etc. as it comes down to the grind and roasting preference. If you like a medium roast, simply grind this coffee according to your preferred method.
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Anyone able to say if this is an oily bean? I have a super automatic Philips.
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Anyone able to say if this is an oily bean? I have a super automatic Philips.
I have this same question!
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Where's the original source of the coffee bean?
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