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Reviews For Kick Ass Whole Bean Coffee, Dark Roast
Based on 3 Reviews
We tried this when Thrive offered it as a gift with purchase, and now I'm back for more. We are a 5-person household of coffee snobs; we only drink what we fresh-grind ourselves. We each have a slightly diff taste in coffee, but we all tend to like dark roasts. Oldest son drinks everything black and prefers organic Sumatran from Costco, bold and earthy, but ranks this Kicking Horse among his top 3. Hubby doctors his with Better Half n stevia n used to prefer the can't-offend types like Columbian, but has acquired a discriminating palate and has now announced this is his new fav. For me this coffee is bold but not bitter, flavorful with hints of licorice. I don't even like licorice, but I love this!
- Kit Trzebunia
Bold but not bitter
this is a very good roast. I admit it, I am a fan of Starbucks dark roast. French is one of my favorites. But this one is up there with the French and Italian roasts. Very bold and intense flavor without being bitter. I use it for french press and pour over coffee.
Love this coffee. The quality, sourcing, and values of this brand are what led me to try it from a local health shop, and I was thrilled to find it as a recent item on Thrive. Great whole bean coffee to grind at home for the French Press. Coffee bar always has each Kicking Horse whole bean roast ready for daily enjoyment.
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