There isn’t any descriptor like bold or dark on the K-Cup itself. Just organic. Let me tell ya, it is a dark roast for sure. I brewed at the 10oz setting and it took a fairish amount of cream to get the color I look for.
This coffee is as good as the K-Cup label is pretty.
The aroma reminds me of coffee from your standard Northwest coffeehouse and so does the taste. FULL flavor, tang but not burnt taste. You can really taste the quality of the beans.
You especially taste the coffee at the end, but it is yummy. Lots of tang and zip (in case you’re wondering, it doesn’t have any citrus flavor, I just wanted the lime in the picture).
To know if this might suit your taste buds, it isn’t as acidic as say Tully’s French Roast or Tully’s Italian but definitely more so than Kenya AA or Newman’s Own.
You never know when your tastes may stray from a fellow K-Cup drinker. This happened to me with the Organic. I had two people tell me they didn’t care for this one, so I was expecting not to like it. Which goes to show that you could like a lot of the same K-Cups as another Keurig user when, all of sudden, your paths diverge.