Always drink a French Roast (which I grind), so when I visited my parents they were excited to fix a cup their "new" coffee; Folgers French Roast. Didn't have the nerve to give them my real opinion, but no problem telling Folgers. The flavor was shallow and lacked a proper boldness, but was more bitter/acidic than what normally drink. When I looked at the ingredients, it listed "coffee", a sure sign of Robusta beans. (Those who are proud of their product list the species-nearly always if it is Arabica, otherwise they just call it coffee) Thinking that Dad didn't fix it right, I brewed the next pot with no improvement. I will readily admit that it was far better than their normal brew, but definitely not what I was expecting. Finally, I am aware that a good roasted Robusta, properly prepared, can taste better than a poorly roasted and brewed Arabica-but not in this case.