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Stock up on RFD's unofficial favourite coffee from Amazon.ca, where Kicking Horse Organic Fair Trade Coffee is on sale for $9.99 – a savings of up to 25% off.

There are 10 whole bean and pre-ground options available at $9.99 or less – for reference, the $9.99 price-point is the consensus best price for Kicking Horse Coffee, as $10.99 was the most frequent sale price over the past year.

Whole Bean (454g)

Ground (284g)

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    • In-Store Deals (Ontario):
      $9.99 at Metro all week (and SDM until Dec 18).

      Amazon hasn't really price matched but a few varieties have been popping up for $9.99 (see Cliff Hanger, Hola, Pacific Pipeline as of this post).
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    • On sales this week (Valid Nov 10, 2022 to Nov 16, 2022).

      In-Store Deals (Ontario):
      $9.99 at RCSS
      $10.00 at Loblaws, valu-mart, Independent City Market, Your Independent Grocer
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    • On sale this week (Valid Oct 6, 2022 to Oct 12, 2022).

      See Thread Summary for various Kicking Horse coffee links.

      In-Store Deals (Ontario):
      $9.99 at Metro

      Amazon has a few select products at $8.49 which is the lowest I've seen in several months. Set up your subscription asap because this could be a price error.
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    • On sale this week (Valid September 15, 2022 to September 21, 2022).

      See Thread Summary for various Kicking Horse coffee links.

      In-Store Deals (Ontario):
      $10.99 at Loblaws, valu-mart, CityMarket, and Your Independent Grocer
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    • Sorry folks, looks like the days of $9.99 ($8.49 w/ S&S) sales are over. Expect to see $10.99 (or $9.34 w/ S&S) as the new low price.

      On sale this week (August 18, 2022 to August 24, 2022).

      See Thread Summary for various Kicking Horse coffee links.

      In-Store Deals (Ontario):
      $9.99 at valu-mart, RCSS, CityMarket
      $10.99 at Loblaws and Independent
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    • On sale this week ( July 21, 2022 to July 27, 2022).

      See Thread Summary for various Kicking Horse coffee links.

      Higher sale prices in store this week: $10.99 at Loblaws, valu-mart, CityMarket and Independent in Ontario. I haven't seen it on sale any lower since May so my guess is $10.99 is the new normal.
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    • Amazon has Lucky Jim (Organic mellow medium roast) at C3ATL of $11.10/lb (18% discount.)

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B094XCM4J7
      Interesting, I ordered 3X Lucky Jim 1lb, and amazon.ca same-day shipped me 1x Lucky Jim 1lb and 2x Kick Ass 1kg. Amazon is resending replacements, but oddly enough the Kick Ass bags have a sticker label over the UPC code that says it is Lucky Jim/1lb (even though it's a full 1kg bag for sure.

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      Curious if amazon's two replacements will also be "manufacturer error/re-label". :o

      I really don't like the kick-ass, will donate to a food library or something.

      Just noticed that the Kick Ass 1KG is listed as $13.70 for 1KG (56% discount on Amazon.) Strange things are afoot at the Kicking H. https://www.amazon.ca/Kicking-Horse-Cof ... B0027Z8VES
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    • I found this roast/bean combo notably better than the usual KH medium roast blends.
      Huh, I really didn't like it for espresso. Too much tobacco/ash, and didn't really have much character in anything else.
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    • Amazon has Lucky Jim (Organic mellow medium roast) at C3ATL of $11.10/lb (18% discount.)

      I found this roast/bean combo notably better than the usual KH medium roast blends.

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B094XCM4J7

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    • On sale this week (May 19, 2022 to May 25, 2022).

      Also $9.99 at Metro in Ontario.

      See Thread Summary for various Kicking Horse coffee links.
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    • Nope, didn’t have to pay anything else 👍 Be prepared to wait maybe 2 to 3 weeks though!
      Awesome! Thanks for the response. I can't wait to try it out. I'm a coffee making newby, so this will be a treat!
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    • Nope, didn’t have to pay anything else 👍 Be prepared to wait maybe 2 to 3 weeks though!
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    • Anyone looking to buy a grinder without breaking the bank, the TIMEMORE Chestnut C2 manual burr grinder is well reviewed and affordable at around $70 (from Aliexpress, could get it from Amazon for faster shipping but will cost more). This would be a good entry level if you just want to test the waters in the coffee world. From my understanding it does not give you as fine of an adjustment for espresso but should be great for everything else:

      https://m.aliexpress.com/item/400097892 ... 54a&gclid=
      Thanks for sharing! I'm thinking of getting one of these. Did you have to pay any duties when ordering from that link?
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    • On sale this week (April 28, 2022 to May 4, 2022).

      Also $9.99 at Fortinos, CityMarket, and valu-mart in Ontario.

      See Thread Summary for product links.
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    • On sale this week (April 14 to April 20).

      Also $9.99 at Metro in Ontario.

      See Thread Summary for product links.
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    • Have been buying this from the grocery store and taste has been consistent. Ordered from Amazon and taste has been horrible and ordered several to get free shipping. Anyone else experience this ?
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    • They keep shipping me bags that are best before June/July but my first orders were best before by end of year. FYI
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    • I rather get PC Ground when on sale at 6.99 (930g).

      Freeze 3/4th of it (defrost a portion it for a day before for use)

      Tried Kicking Horse Grizzly Claw (Beans), preferred PC Medium Roast Ground.
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    • Note that if you need to drink decaf and want to use whole beans, this is THE cheapest option according to my findings.
      Everything else is double the price.
      This is precisely it. I drink (mostly) decaf now, and this at $22/kg, this is the cheapest 'best' option I can find for whole beans in my (decaf) espresso. Love the taste of coffee, unfortunately caffeine doesn't play well with me!
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    • In for a Hola, Cliff Hanger & Grizzly Claw.

      Let's see what I like best.
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    • Note that if you need to drink decaf and want to use whole beans, this is THE cheapest option according to my findings.
      Everything else is double the price.
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    • OP's first post sums up why there are so many varieties of coffees available and so many different roasters. Everyone's tastes, needs, etc are different.

      I have a stock pile of these at all times cause I drink a lot of coffee. I also have coffee that costs more but I prefer that certain taste profile. If drinking whatever brand gives you joy, go get it. If it doesn't, get something else that you will enjoy.
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    • Yes, this isn't a "hot" deal.
      Yes, this deal comes up all the time.
      Yes, it's not the greatest coffee.
      Yes, this is a hot deal
      Yes, it comes up but I never know when (thanks, OP!)
      Yes, some coffee snobs will squawk but can't suggest anything better in an organic fair trade coffee at $10
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    • How is their decaf? I quit coffee because I couldn't handle the caffeine, but I miss the taste.

      Also, any recommendations for a budget grinder? I used to buy ground coffee and just put it in my drip machine. Thanks
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    • Anyone looking to buy a grinder without breaking the bank, the TIMEMORE Chestnut C2 manual burr grinder is well reviewed and affordable at around $70 (from Aliexpress, could get it from Amazon for faster shipping but will cost more). This would be a good entry level if you just want to test the waters in the coffee world. From my understanding it does not give you as fine of an adjustment for espresso but should be great for everything else:

      https://m.aliexpress.com/item/400097892 ... 54a&gclid=
      Just picked this up. I see the C3 is out now for about $20 more
      https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005003996492896.html
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    • On sale this week (March 31 to April 6).

      Also $9.99 at Loblaws and Your Independent Grocer in Ontario.
      I was getting low, thanks for the heads-up!

      Frankly, I'm surprised we're still seeing coffee this cheap. The sales seem fewer and further in between, but it still seems to have escaped the inflation bug......
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    • On sale this week (March 31 to April 6).

      Also $9.99 at Loblaws and Your Independent Grocer in Ontario.
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    • Bought Three Sisters for our super automatic machine.

      The beans are oily but I've seen worse.

      The taste is nothing to go crazy about.

      Will not rebuy
      I enjoyed Three Sisters in a French Press. I don't have a fancy automatic machine :p Just a french press, grinder, and hot water
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    • Since I fell into the deep coffee hole, I've try maybe 25 different kinds of beans and, until now, Cliff Hanger and Hoodoo Jo are the best I've got!
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    • What's Subscribe and Save?
      Amazon's subscription service. If you add at least five qualifying items, you'll get 15% off and free shipping.

      It will ship future deliveries at the current market price though so you're likely better off cancelling your subscriptions after the initial shipment.
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    • On sale again this week (March 3 to March 9). Also $9.99 at Loblaws in Ontario.
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    • What's Subscribe and Save?
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    • Any of these suitable for a superautomatic coffee machine?
      I'm not so sure.

      Someone on RFD said that "Z-Wrangler" works well on superautomatic (I have a Gaggia which is a rebadged Saeco) - so I bought one bag to try.

      Opened the bag - saw how oily they were, and was skeptical.

      Lo and behold, they caused my superauto to gunk up... ended up throwing out half the bag.

      Went back to Costco Zavida, which is my gold standard, and has a 100% success rate in that it never causes my machine to gunk up.
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    • Anyone looking to buy a grinder without breaking the bank, the TIMEMORE Chestnut C2 manual burr grinder is well reviewed and affordable at around $70 (from Aliexpress, could get it from Amazon for faster shipping but will cost more). This would be a good entry level if you just want to test the waters in the coffee world. From my understanding it does not give you as fine of an adjustment for espresso but should be great for everything else:

      https://m.aliexpress.com/item/400097892 ... 54a&gclid=
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    • Bought Three Sisters for our super automatic machine.

      The beans are oily but I've seen worse.

      The taste is nothing to go crazy about.

      Will not rebuy
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