Kicking Horse Coffee, Three Sisters, Medium Roast, Whole Bean, 10 Oz - Certified Organic, Fairtrade, Kosher Coffee
- Medium Roast, whole bean: smooth, savory, seductive. The three sisters are a trio of towering Canadian Rocky Mountains. Pay homage to these powerful peaks.
- Tasting Notes, brew method: well-rounded and complex with notes of sweet tobacco, stone fruit and cocoa. Recommended methods: French Press, 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.
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Three Sisters is a medium roast, whole bean coffee by Kicking Horse Coffee. It features a blend of three unique roasts, so each sip is a new experience! Only USDA Certified organic Arabica beans are used in Kicking Horse Coffee, and all of their beans are roasted in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
About Three Sisters
The Three Sisters are a trio of towering Rocky Mountains. We pay homage to these powerful peaks with a triple punch of light, medium and dark roasts. Great taste hits new heights!
AROMA: Sweet dried fruit, toasted coconut, and chocolate malt.
TASTING NOTES: Well-rounded and complex with notes of sweet tobacco, stone fruit and cocoa.
RECOMMENDED BREW METHODS: French press, drip machine, pour over, cold brew.
|Smart Ass||Three Sisters||454 Horse Power||Kick Ass||Grizzly Claw||Decaf|
|Origin||Africa, Central & South America||Indonesia, Central & South America||Indonesia, Central & South America||Indonesia & South America||Central & South America||Central & South America|
|Aroma||Sweet syrup, vanilla bean, stone fruit.||Sweet dried fruit, toasted coconut, and chocolate malt.||Cacao nibs, peat, and hints of nutmeg.||Smoky, sweet vanilla and dark chocolate.||Condensed sugar cane and cocoa powder.||Deep chocolate with a nutty complexity.|
|Tasting Notes||Tart red currant, notes of sugar cane and milk chocolate, with a honeyed berry body.||Well-rounded and complex with notes of sweet tobacco, stone fruit and cocoa.||Heavy body, sweet tobacco, earthy with a black liquorice finish.||Chocolate malt, molasses, liquorice and an earthy lingering finish.||Rich, dark chocolate, cacao nibs, brown sugar and roasted hazelnuts.||Roasted hazelnuts, chocolaty balanced body and a long lasting finish.|
|Available In||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean & 10oz Ground||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean & 10oz Ground||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean & 10oz Ground||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean & 10oz Ground||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean & 10oz Ground||2.2lb & 10oz Whole Bean|
Big Ideas. Things That Matter & Why
Kicking Horse Coffee only uses coffee that is certified good and fair for both the coffee drinkers and for farmers. Fairtrade uses profits from coffee to empower farmers and to invest in their community's future.
Just. Organic. Certified organic coffee means good products and principles. It means the best in coffee, and the best in intentions. It means smart farming, planning for tomorrow, and not sacrificing for the future.
The future is for good. Kicking Horse Coffee is committed to community. To being socially responsible. To good practices for the planet and future generations.
#1215 by Fairtrade Canada, 2018
#7R02A1311V by KosherCheck, 2017
#A-91402-Z-66747-201 by EcoCert, 2017
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In my search for a good decaf a couple tips..1. I think most decafs you need to add a little extra to each cup or you'll think it's watery. Decafs just seems to be a little lacking in comparison to the regular version of the same coffee. So if you are going 16-18g a cup, probably would skip up to 18g-20g. 2. If you coffee is overly acidic you are probably over extracting, it's not always the coffee. Go with a coarser grind or bring down the water temp a bit as a test.
Edit Update: Reduced to 1 star. I ended up throwing away about half the bag. Wasn't worth it and I don't think it was a bad bag. Just not very good. Better and fresher options out there
I'm always hesitant even if a product has great reviews so I tried it out myself.
I got the "Kicking Horse Coffee, Kick Ass, Dark Roast."
I've been trying out different coffee and this one and Lavazza are best.
I actually think I like this better though because it really is FRESH. Just opening it was a beautiful smell. It did not smell rancid like other coffee beans or have a sour taste.
I love how it has a deep dark slightly bitter (NOT sour or acidic) taste. Kind of like semi-sweet or dark chocolate. It left a "clean" feeling.
If that makes any sense it's like having a homemade cookie vs a processed cookie. One tastes good and make you feel good after while the processed tastes good but after makes you feel sick.
I have a sensitive stomach so this was AWESOME. It did not give me cramps or a headache!
Definitely going to be my number one pick. :)
I grinded 10g coffee beans in my Epica burr for 5 seconds to achieve a medium-coarse texture.
I measured out 6oz. of fresh filtered water and placed it all together in my Moka Pot under medium heat.
I like 50/50 of coffee and milk.
So happy to find a coffee that met all my expectations. Dark, bold, not acidic/sour, doesn't upset stomach and is fresh and affordable! Woohoo!
I ran a taste test today, comparing Major Dickason and Kicking Horse. First, I ground the Horse beans in a burr mill to the same grind as the Peet's beans. Then I made the two test cups of coffee simultaneously with the pour-over method using Hario cones and Hario unbleached filters, with no filter rinsing.
For each cup I used 54 grams of coffee and 190 grams of water. Nothing magic about these numbers - I like my coffee pretty strong, and the amounts looked about right for my 8-ounce test cups. I alternated the pouring between both cups which were on scales to even out the water between them.
I don't use cream or sugar in my coffee, and tasted both coffees black, sipping water between tastes. I even used identical cups marked underneath to remove some bias. I noticed right away that one coffee was slightly sour/acidic, and the other was not. The acidic one had some sweet notes that were overshadowed by the acidity. The other coffee had a slightly bitter dominant taste, but was more complex and balanced. The coffees tasted similar to me, but the balanced on the clear winner, especially since it was low in acidity. I do like a little bitter kick, but not acidity.
My winner turned out to be the Kicking Horse, to my surprise. I then put a few grains of baking soda in the Peet's to neutralize most of the acid, but the resulting flavor was pretty dull in comparison to the 454 Horse Power. So that's the story of how I got a new favorite decaf coffee.