Cheap gas station coffee. No coffee flavor.
I love Folgers, but the 100% Columbian has a much deeper coffee flavor.
,;love the strong mans taste
### This stuff is awful, maybe not the bottom of the barrel, but the kind of stuff that would be served at a low-end motel at their free "gourmet" breakfast. You don't know where the beans came from, when they were harvested or anything. And it is alread...y ground = stale in the tub. Life is too short to drink poor coffee. Read more Less
### If you want bottom-of-the-barrel canned coffee, you cannot best Folgers. Terrible aftertaste, and you better drink it right after brewing. Five minutes later, the taste turns rancid.This is swill, not coffee.There are much better canned coffees, if y...ou must drink such a beverage.Try Melitta -- or even Maxwell House, which is superior to Folgers at the same price. Read more Less
### This is a very uninteresting coffee. A true coffee appreciator will not like or be interested in this coffee. I don't know if the beans are arabica, but looking for a coffee with 100% arabica beans is by far the MOST IMPORTANT thing to do in choosing...a coffee, whether you pay a lot for the coffee or not. The other reviewer is right, 8 O'Clock coffee is a good choice for a cheaper brand, although the original blend is NOT as good as the Columbian or French Roast varieties. Again, looking for "100% arabica beans" on the package is the most important thing you can do to find good coffee. Read more Less
I have tried just about every brand of coffee out there, and this is one of my favorite brands
I prefer Folgers over any gourmet coffee or even freshly ground.
THIS IS THE WORST COFFEE (?) I HAVE EVER TRIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
### If you insist on buying cheap coffee due to your budget, you should try other Arabica beans like Eight O'clock. The taste is much more robust and not the least bit bitter. I think anyone who likes Folgers needs to try other brands especially brands c...onsidered gourmet. Once your pallet has tasted really good coffee, you will never go back to Folgers. Read more Less