Today I bought a bag of PC medium rost coffee beans(902g for $11.99) and a coffee grinder starting to make my own ground coffee.
The Folgers dark roast coffee in the red containers. It's economical, tastes great and I can percolate it and drink it 6 hours later.To me, doesn't get bitter.
I alternate between PC West Coast Dark and Nabob. Whichever is on sale.
Try adding a pinch of salt to the grounds before brewing to neutralize bitterness.
Today Superstore on sale for $7 a can
Mother Parkers original. Thats what the old school Tims used to be. Brewed at home is so much better for whatever reason.
The kind you grind yourself. One good part about grinding your own coffee is that you can grind it to suit whatever coffee maker you are using today. If you usually use a filter cone and drip it into your mug, you use a fine grind. But if you are having company and want to use your French press then you can grind the beans more coarsely to suit it. My husband swears by Columbian beans.