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The world’s first acid free coffee… Tyler’s Coffee
Tyler’s Coffee Regular Ground
Coffee is one of the main staples that are in my household. If we did not have it, I would suggest that you never come visit my house. I do have to note that I am not the coffee drinker – it is quite gross to me – I am a tea drinker! My mother is the one that drinks coffee all the time. She is always trying a new type of coffee, so when I was given the chance to try Tyler’s Coffee Regular Ground, I jumped at it. On occasion, my mother has mentioned her coffee, although something she will never give up, sometimes bothers her stomach. Since Tyler’s Coffee is acid free, I figured it would eliminate that irritation she sometimes experiences. While Tyler’s Coffee in regular did not bother her stomach, she said there was a strange aftertaste, which we have sort of decided has to do with it being organic. It seems that she is not a fan of organic coffees – all that she has tried that are “organic”; always have an odd taste to her.
At first, I was a little irritated for having received a sample size bag of Tyler’s Coffee, but in the end, I’m not, as it would probably just go to waste and there’s no point in that happening. They use the finest Arabic coffee beans sourced from Chapas, Mexico. When they roast, they use the Z-Roasting Process. They can prevent harmful acids that normally occur during the roasting process. Due to the way they process the coffee beans, they do not allow the acids to bloom and the regular ground coffee can retain 2x the natural caffeine, without adding artificial caffeine.
Overall, we were not thrilled, but if you are a coffee lover and struggle with problems from acidic coffee, then you may want to try out Tyler’s Coffee.