Kicking Horse Coffee Hoodoo Jo Medium Roast
It's the stuff of legends. Hoodoos are sacred, prominent sandy cliffs along ancient river beds. Jo is, well, a lucky local mountain biker who survived a spill from a Hoodo. This medium roast will put the Voodoo back in Hoodo. Robust, Wild Berry and Distinctive.

Tasting Notes
: Blackcurrants and semi-sweet chocolate give way to a nutty and earthy cup.

Note: It is important to store your coffee properly to keep it fresh. Keep at room temperature, sealed in an air-tight container. Avoid plastic containers as your coffee's flavor may be compromised. Once opened, expect to use your coffee beans within a 1 week to 2 week period.

Certified fair trade, organic and kosher!

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Raina: a few months ago

Great coffee and at a good price for this product. When purchased on sale, it's a great deal. used to order directly from Kicking Horse, but since I can't do that any more - I am happy Well carries my favourite coffee brand still available with a free shipping option.

Giselle: more than a year ago

Great coffee

Laura: more than a year ago

Love all the kicking horse coffee. Very good!!

Vanessa: more than a year ago

Kicking Horse is great coffee!

K: more than a year ago

Absolutely the best coffee, if you like a strong brew along with being socially aware.

Diane: more than a year ago

Definitely too strong for me for an afternoon cup but perfect if you need that kick start in the morning. Now I know why they call it Kicking Horse! A nice clean non bitter coffee taste.

Christine: more than a year ago

A nice bold taste without the bitterness.

Sherri: more than a year ago

This and the Kick *** are the only coffees we drink. Wonderful, rich. deep flavours and great kick in the morning!

Tom: more than a year ago

if you like deep rich maximum dark coffee , this is the one for you . Rocket fuel !!! I don't mind grinding beans because it saves keurigs from the land fill.

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