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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Tylers Organic, Acid-Free Coffee



I recently had the pleasure of testing out Tylers Regular Acid Free Coffee. I have to admit, I was a tad skeptical of the taste of this coffee. I was afraid it would still leave an unpleasant bitter or sour aftertaste in my mouth. While I am a huge coffee drinker, I do not like the acidic/bitter taste I get when drinking coffee, so I tend to add lots of cream and sugar or flavoring to get rid of that awful taste.

I used a reusable Keurig K-Cup to make my coffee. In my experience, Tylers Coffee has a nice mild (medium roast) coffee flavor and I did not have to add anything to change the taste. However, I love hazelnut so I added some and it was like drinking my regular everyday coffee with the joy of knowing how much better it was for me. YUM!

When drinking a cup of regular acidic coffee, I get an astringency feeling in my mouth, which means my mouth is left feeling dry and puckered.

Many people I know get this undesirable feeling after drinking coffee. What causes this feeling is tannins or tannic acid found in the plant. Tylers Coffee is both tannic and lipid acid free.

Along with reducing or even eliminating acid reflux, indigestion, upset stomach or heartburn, and no yucky aftertaste, this organic, healthy, great tasting coffee will not be a contributor to acid erosion on your teeth. Acids from coffee can even cause damage to your teeth!

According to their website:

"Our propietary Z-Roasting process is our magic workhorse.  Utilizing various unique processes in both our regular and decaffeinated blends, Tylers Coffee has been able to create the World's First USDA Certified Organic Acid Free Coffee.  This isn't he Organic Acid Reduced variety you've seen on the store shelves. Tylers Coffee is completely free of bloomed tannic and lipid acids."


When visiting Tylers coffee website, I found a ton of cool things.

First, you can get your own free sample of either regular caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee. How awesome! The sample pack is 4oz of ground coffee, which makes approximately 20 cups of coffee.

Second, you can build your own bundle package of coffee. You can customize your order by building your own bundle between variations of whole bean or regular grind and regular, decaf, or 'half and half' roast which ranges between $59.99 and $89.99 for 2lbs or 4lbs of coffee, or purchase 1lb individually for $29.99 each.  This is by no means inexpensive, but it is a way for people who can't handle the acid of regular coffee to enjoy a tasty organic cup of java without risk.

Third, you can subscribe for monthly deliveries at a discounted price along with FREE shipping. With the Subscribe & Save/Coffee Club, choose between 1lb, 2lbs, or 4lbs of coffee in any grind and roast for $24.99-$89.99/month.

Finally, a visit to the Tyler's Coffee Blog leads to several interesting articles about coffee, and a few recipes for using Tyler's Coffee to make delicious things like a Vanilla-Almond Iced Coffee or some Mocha Coffee Sauce!

In Tylers Coffee Store you are able to not only purchase your coffee and track it, but also purchase other items such as Alkaline Water Pitchers, filters and flasks ranging in price from $7.99 to $56.99.  These items will help ensure that your coffee is brewed to the highest quality.

Tyler's Coffee is for serious coffee fans who do not want to give up quality or taste but don't want the acids and the nasty health effects they bring.


Disclaimer:  I received the sample portion of Tylers Coffee available on request from their website, so I do not know first hand if regular use of Tylers Coffee over time can reduce acid reflux symptoms and other health concerns related to drinking regular coffee.  Please practice good personal judgement regarding matters of your health.



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2 comments:

  1. I never heard of this coffee before, and I'm glad I learned about this tannic and lipid acid free coffee. I'd like to get it as a gift for someone with acid reflux.

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  2. I never knew about this type of coffee. I would like to try it because I have had to cut back on my coffee because of acid reflux and how bad the coffee was bothering me.

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