Let’s ignore the staleness for a moment, though. It’s pre-ground coffee. Staleness is the rule, not an exception.
It’s smooth and mild for a French Roast. Smooth, well-balanced acidity, with a dark velvety texture and a touch of chocolate undertones.
Putting it in perspective, this is a really good coffee for it being pre-ground.
If this is what Black Mountain Gold Coffee tastes like stale, I would love to try it when it’s actually fresh. Sadly, in combing through their website, I can’t find anywhere that you can order the beans unground.
And, their big thing seems to be flavored coffee.