Kicking Horse Coffee 454 Horse Power Dark, Whole Bean Coffee, 12.3-Ounce Tins (Pack of 2)

454 Horse Power

Easily the most powerful concoction we’ve created. 454 Horse Power is an Indonesian-based heavy-bodied coffee with an earthy taste. Kicking Horse Coffee’s lone female roaster took it upon herself to give the blend its now-infamous name, because this blend gets fired up to 454 degrees. Be forewarned: don’t tangle with this horse unless you’re prepared to get bucked…

Tasting Notes: Deep, dark-roasted coffee, with hints of 80% cocoa

Why our coffee kicks ass…

Kicking Horse Coffee is Canada’s #1 Organic, Fair Trade coffee. Why? Because we’re fanatics about beans — certified Fair Trade, certified organic, shade grown, bird-friendly 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!


Product Features

  • Easily the most powerful concoction we’ve created. This Indonesian, heavy bodied coffee is rich with earthy and cocoa tones
  • Canada’s #1 organic Fair Trade coffee
  • Certified Organic
  • Certified Fair Trade
  • Organic with QMI logo

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3 Responses to “Kicking Horse Coffee 454 Horse Power Dark, Whole Bean Coffee, 12.3-Ounce Tins (Pack of 2)”

  1. <path_to_url> Older_Than_Dirt

    Now THIS is some serious coffee !! Very impressed coffee junkie here. What coffee should be, but seldom is. Beautiful, dark oily beans with a grand aroma. Roasted perfectly. NO burned beans – (unlike the leading brand :O). The sealed can kept them very fresh. Brews a great cup with a buzz-producing caffeine content. Best coffee I have had in years. Will be buying again.

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  2. <path_to_url> AJ

    Good but Kicking Horse Kick Ass is better This a good bold coffee. However I found the taste of the Kicking Horse Kick Ass to be the best bold coffee.I use a Breville burr grinder to grind my beans. The Kick Ass beans are more oily than 454.

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  3. <path_to_url> Vinya

    Surprisingly Good, Even if You Aren’t a Caffeine Addict I bought Kicking Horse 454 Horsepower coffee for my mother after reading the reviews on Amazon, and I’m glad I did. She’s a hard woman to shop for, with few hobbies but an endless capacity for drinking coffee, not quite mechanically-advanced enough to roast her own, but a coffee snob for sure. When my mom opened up the gift bag with these tins of coffee, she popped the lid on one and stuck her nose in, inhaled deeply and immediately left the room to brew a pot. This was a Christmas morning gift; she literally brought our gift-opening to a complete halt because she wanted a cup of the Kicking Horse coffee instead of what had already been brewed. It was a well-received gift, to say the least.Dark, oily, velvety and rich beans produce a cup with the same quality. My mother was in whole bean coffee heaven and the whole house filled with the intense aroma. I’m a coffee drinker too, though compared with my mother that’s sort of like looking at the Titanic, flipping your kayak, and saying you’ve had a boating accident too. Nonetheless, I was pleasantly surprised to find the brew palatable to me. Many of her dark roasts either taste too bitter in my mouth, or wind up upsetting my stomach; I didn’t have either problem with Kicking Horse.I highly recommend Kicking Horse Coffee. With my mother’s birthday on the horizon, at least I now know to give her the coffee at the very end of the party!

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