Kicking Horse Coffee

Kicking Horse Coffee

Kicking Horse Coffee buys its organic coffee via cooperatives, which ensures the farmers get a higher premium and thus a better standard of living. Kicking Horse coffee has some Fair Trade Certified coffee roasts. There are no pesticides, herbicides or harmful fertilizers in the shade grown coffee Kicking Horse purchases. It sponsors the Wings Over the Rockies festival, in British Columbia, Canada, promoting wildlife and migratory birds via education, conversation and sustainable economic activities. Kicking Horse has fantastic packaging.

Kicking Horse is famous for its legend. In 1858, adventurer, James Hector discovered the Kicking Horse Valley. His horse allegedly kicked him so hard his team thought he was dead. However, legend has it a that a cup of coffee brought him back to life. Hence the name, Kicking Horse Coffee.

I have chosen two of my favorite coffee roasts and then added the other options all of these blends have a FairTrade alternatives, which only cost 1 Canadian dollar more.

Kicking Horse Light Roasts:

Kicking Horse Medium Roasts:

Kicking Horse Dark Roasts:

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