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I bought 6 of these. I'm about half way through consuming the package of 6 of the Folgers Columbian Medium roast coffee. Since I started drinking this exact batch, I have started getting headaches for 2 days at a time. I rarely get headaches. I have finally realized that it's from this coffee. I noticed after drinking 1 cup of this coffee, about 1 hour later I would start getting a headache. So yesterday I switched to a much cheaper Columbia coffee from a different brand, and the headache went away, and hasn't returned. The headache went away as soon as I stopped drinking this Folgers coffee. Historically Folgers coffee has been my go-to coffee because it never causes headaches and is usually amazing. However, I did a Google search and both Maxwell House and Folgers brand coffee have been blamed by other people, with anecdotal reports of nausea and headaches. It's only anecdotal. It's not proof of anything, and what I'm describing may be totally incorrect, and merely a coincidence. If it turns out to be a coincidence, I will come back and update this post. As of now, the headache went away with the cessation of this Folger's coffee, and the switch to a different coffee, so I can only assume that this is a bad batch of Folgers coffee.
I’ve purchased Folgers 100% Columbian coffee for many years. Something seems to be wrong, as this shipment and the last one were terrible. I actually have to double the amount of coffee I use to make a pot (10 scoops instead of 5), and the resulting coffee is still more watery and tasteless than we like. (No, it’s not the Bunn coffee maker, as other coffees are just fine.) I’ve looked into the matter and, as others have done, decided to leave feedback on the Folgers website. It’s disappointing and puzzling. One wonders what is going on. I’m not going to waste money on Folgers again until I have some assurance that they’ve addressed this issue.
If you like a medium roast coffee that is not bitter, this is a good choice. The price is great, and since each canister is sealed, the coffee will last for a long time. Just store it in a cool, dry place. I’ve found that this is a great coffee not only for French press hot coffee but for cold brew and cold brew nitro coffee as well. It has an exceptionally smooth flavor when used as the basis for one’s cold brew.
My favorite coffee of all time I drink many of cups a day and prefer home coffee over outside coffee anyday but folgers has changed the Columbian to med roast as opposed to med dark which is a bummer but it still tastes good I just got to add a little more to get my strong flavor
I have drunk Folgers Columbian coffee for may years and was always satisfied. I bought this 6 pack and when I opened the first can, there was not much of a smell and the smell it did have was strange.I can't even describe the smell I tried brewing some and it had no coffee smell at all. I opened two other cans, but they were the same as the first.
This used to be the best tasting coffee ever, and then it changed drastically. When I called their customer service regarding the drastic change, they told me that they changed the roasting process. They ruined what used to be the best coffee on the market.
Daughter brought me coffee from local competitor and I realize that I $9+ a can on here vs.$5.14 at local major chain. Just food for thought. I love having coffee at my door because I don't drive anymore but...