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Start every morning with RFD's unofficial favourite coffee at Amazon.ca, where Kicking Horse Organic Fair Trade Coffee is on sale for $9.99.

There are nine whole bean and six pre-ground brews available at $9.99 or less and we've listed each roast below.

Whole Bean (454g)

Ground (284g)

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    • Any feedback here on their espresso from fellow RFDers? I like to keep something "mass market" on hand to alternate with the more expensive locally roasted stuff.
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    • Thanks for posting. This is becoming the regular price for this stuff, but I like it so I'm not complaining. Ordered 2 Smart Ass and saved another 5% with S&S.
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    • Do you gain anything for grinding your own beans? I have a bambino and use ground coffee but I have no idea how fine coffee should be so I just buy the pre-ground stuff from Shoppers Drug Mart.
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    • Any feedback here on their espresso from fellow RFDers? I like to keep something "mass market" on hand to alternate with the more expensive locally roasted stuff.
      I've tried a bunch of their beans through my machine. For $10 / lbs they're acceptable everyday beans for milk-based drinks but for espresso I think you'll be disappointed if you're used to the $18-24/lb stuff from the fancy roasters. It's also usually pretty stale by the time you get the bag in your hands. Better than the typical grocery store beans but no where near specialty roaster stuff imo.
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    • perfect timing OP, thanks
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    • Thanks for posting. This is becoming the regular price for this stuff, but I like it so I'm not complaining. Ordered 2 Smart Ass and saved another 5% with S&S.
      problem with S&S is the refill can go through at $17 correct?
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    • problem with S&S is the refill can go through at $17 correct?
      You can cancel S&S immediately after placing the order, but if you don't cancel then yes that's a problem.
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    • Any feedback here on their espresso from fellow RFDers? I like to keep something "mass market" on hand to alternate with the more expensive locally roasted stuff.
      For price, Lavazza for a little more (on sale) is my go to, however for 1lb for $10 is a great deal.

      For variety Kicking Horse blends are good to rotate, 3 Sisters is my favourite
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    • I make espresso from their Smart Ass for milk drinks when I forget to order from Agro Roasters its the best grocery store coffee ive had. My wife like the 3 sisters or whatever its called blend
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    • Do you gain anything for grinding your own beans? I have a bambino and use ground coffee but I have no idea how fine coffee should be so I just buy the pre-ground stuff from Shoppers Drug Mart.
      Personal preference, I have a Bodum burr grinder and it works great. I find the coffee taste better and fresher, also an assurance that its truly coffee and no filler.
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    • Just as a data point, it was $10.99 last week at Shopper's Drug Mart.

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    • Any feedback here on their espresso from fellow RFDers? I like to keep something "mass market" on hand to alternate with the more expensive locally roasted stuff.
      mediocre at best IMO but good in that price range. Its one of those overrated brand of coffee IMO.

      I think you can get this price a few times a year @ SDM/Pharmaprix btw.
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    • This basically is there regular price its 9,99 very often. Amazon superstore ect.

      On another note st anne superstore had a bunch of them on clearance on carts in the seasonal section yesterday for $5.94 each. The one bag i checked a date on was march 11 i didnt bother checking any others i was in a rush so grabbed 1 bag date was okay and i left.
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    • Just out of curiousity, what do the fancy drinkers here recommend in terms of whole beans?

      I'm not a coffee/espresso guy, but the wife is and this would be a good BDay extra. She's really enjoyed Hale for the local roasters and no one has topped them yet (in her mind) from a few she tried (Trebilcock and some other I can't remember). For store-bought stuff, she was "ok" with Lavazza and William Spartivento from Costco so those have been tried but I'm thinking more on the local GTA roasters variety. I gather this Kicking Horse would fall below the others mentioned based on an earlier reply and I'm looking for something better. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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    • Agree with the others, this price is quite common, on sale many times a month, but still worth posting this for those who enjoy this brand. For me at this price point, I prefer Lavazza or even Pike Starbucks. If I want to splash out, I get local beans...usually Monogram or Phils here in Calgary.
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    • Just out of curiousity, what do the fancy drinkers here recommend in terms of whole beans? I'm not a coffee/espresso guy, but the wife is and this would be a good BDay extra. She's really enjoyed Hale for the local roasters (...)
      Here is what i recommend: the coffee SHE loves. :)

      You will score extra points because you remembered that she loves THAT coffee.
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    • Here is what i recommend: the coffee SHE loves. :)

      You will score extra points because you remembered that she loves THAT coffee.
      lol, don't worry, that's what I've done in the past so this isn't the first rodeo. She's had quite a few varieties from Hale and I can tell she'd be excited about something new as I've gotten her Hale for a few years now, but since I'm not in the coffee/espresso drinking sphere I'm not good at gauging what would be other equivalent or superior choices, other than just randomly googling and guessing. If there's anything you have in mind, feel free to share.
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