Tyler's Coffee is made from Triple AAA rated Brazilian Arabica beans. From South America, the coffee is shipped to their roastary in Phoenix, Arizona. Acid is them removed from the coffee through A Roasting technology, a fully computerized roasting process. Z Roasting monitors, controls temperature, speed, air, humidity, and atmospheric conditions to allow each delicate coffee bean to reach perfection. The coffee is then ground in specific micro grind sizes, specially sealed, packaged, and shipped.
The Benefits of Acid Free Coffee:
Minimize the damage to tooth enamel
Reduce acid reflux
Non irritating to sensitive stomachs
Limits heartburn, indigestion, and bloating
Review:Since I suffer from chronic acid reflux, I was excited to learn about this coffee. I am on prescription medication for the reflux, but I will admit that I do experience some discomfort after my morning coffee. Tylers Coffee not not only tasted great, but the lack of acids allowed me to enjoy coffee with no heartburn or reflux. Yipee! My husband is really particular about only drinking a certain brand of coffee and he had no idea that I switched for the day when I brewed the sample pack I received. Translation: my picky husband liked it as well.
It is definitely more expensive than the coffee I am used to buying (I am pretty frugal), but if you have been advised against drinking coffee because of the acids and just cannot live without it then the price may be well worth it.
Buy it here: You can purchase both regular and decaf Tyler's Coffee from the company's website. One week's worth of coffee runs about $26.
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