by Danny | 7:52 pm

If you’re a coffee lover looking for a strong, bold cup of joe, then Kicking Horse Coffee might just be what you’re looking for.

Founded in 1996 in Invermere, British Columbia, Kicking Horse Coffee has grown to become one of Canada’s most popular coffee roasters, with a reputation for producing high-quality, organic, and fair-trade coffee.

One thing I think sets Kicking Horse Coffee apart from other coffee roasters – aside from the fantastic blends they make – is its commitment to ethical and sustainable sourcing.

All of their coffee is certified organic, which means that it’s grown without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and all that kind of nasty stuff.

Additionally, Kicking Horse Coffee is committed to fair-trade practices, ensuring that the farmers who grow their coffee are paid a fair price for their work.

Kicking Horse Coffee

But aside from even the great health and humanitarian aspects of it… they simply haven’t made a coffee I didn’t love.

And what’s more, my favorite coffee is made by them.

The Most Important Thing

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the most important thing about coffee is of course the taste!

Sure, being organic, ethically sourced and fair trade is really good, and important.

But Kicking Horse has really high horse power when it comes to the taste; it delivers big time.

So, how about the taste?

Kicking Horse Coffee is known for its bold, robust flavor that packs a punch.

Their flagship blend, “Kick Ass,” is a dark roast with notes of chocolatey, sweet, and savory.

It’s a great choice for those who like their coffee strong and light-bodied, and I talk all about it in that review article I linked.

If you prefer something a bit milder, their “Smart Ass” blend is a medium roast with notes of caramel, almond, and dark chocolate.

Kicking Horse Coffee Smart Ass

Never A Coffee I Didn’t Like

I’ve talked about it in my reviews, and it may sound like I’m exaggerating or a bit far-fetched, but I seriously haven’t tried a coffee from them that I didn’t love.

I’ve tried most of their coffees at this point, so I guess I have at least some right to say that they do coffee really good.

They just have a certain freshness and overall quality in their coffees that I haven’t tasted or put my finger on when I’ve tried any other roaster.

There have been plenty of other roasting companies who have some coffees that I like and some that I don’t, also brands where I didn’t like any of their coffee at all.

So to me, it really says something when a company makes every roast with such fresh, delicious coffee and selects amazing blends that are pretty much all heavenly.

The Only Con…

I’d say probably the only potential downside of Kicking Horse Coffee is that it’s a bit pricier than some other brands.

On the other hand, many coffee lovers feel that the quality and ethical sourcing of the coffee is worth the extra cost.

Also, it’s pretty far from being the most expensive coffee ever, and it’s way, way better than some other brands that tend to cost a good bit more than any Kicking Horse Coffee.

So I’d say don’t let price scare you with this one, because what you get for your money is very well worth it.

In Conclusion

Overall, Kicking Horse Coffee is a great choice for those who want a high-quality, strong cup of coffee that’s ethically and sustainably sourced. If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s definitely worth giving it a shot.

Any of their blends are just awesome and you just can’t go wrong.

But if you want to try something that’s just off the charts in my opinion, you should check out my all-time favorite coffee in this article, with the link to the best deal for purchase.

I hope this article gave you a feel for Kicking Horse Coffee, what their roasts are like and what kind of company it is, along with some good recommendations!

And with that, coffee cheers!

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