I use the Cuisinart DCC-3000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker. I typically use a scoop of coffee grinds per cup of coffee (each scoop is about a half tablespoon). I first used 4 scoops of coffee grinds to make 4 cups. I knew immediately that I needed to add another scoop or two next time. The next morning I tried 6 scoops for 4 cups of coffee. This time, it was just right.
MY DESCRIPTION OF THE TASTE:
This brew is NOT a mild, acidic cup of coffee. On the same note, I would NOT classify it as the opposite either (intense and bitter). It is in between those two extremes. It is a medium, full flavored roast. It leaves a slight aftertaste where you can detect a hint of dark roast note. However, the aftertaste does not linger and is not bitter like many dark roasts. Oftentimes with a darker roast, you can detect the burnt beans and the cup of coffee sort of leaches the moisture out of your mouth (maybe that's just my experience). However, this coffee has just the right amount of aftertaste. It's not a complex blend with many flavors. If I had to describe it in one word, I would say this coffee is "satisfying". I'd say this blend is in my top 3 choices that I've tried thus far. My only knock is that the retail price. Other than that, I really like it.
I was offered a discount on WealthPreneur Coffee in exchange for my honest review. I welcome all feedback and questions. I hope my review was helpful!