Tylers Coffee (Acid Free Coffee) Review & Giveaway

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If you follow The Mama Report you know that I am a coffee lover.  Isn’t drinking a cup of coffee the ultimate sign of adulthood?  I know that I did not like it as a child, but suddenly as I became an “adult” sometime during my mid-20’s I started liking it.  Now I can’t start my day without it!

Tylers Coffee offers something called Acid Free Coffee.  I admit I was intrigued as the concept was new to me.  Here is a little bit of information regarding how Tylers Coffee is acid free.

Tyler’s Coffee uses a “Z-Roasting” process that optimizes the time the coffee beans are cooked; the result is high levels of caffeine and free of acid. Benefits of an acid free coffee are tooth enamel is protected and teeth are stronger leading to fewer cavities.

A little cup of java can mean a big problem for stomachs. Acid levels in coffee, as well as impurities and resins, may wreak havoc on the digestive tract. Our customers with sensitive stomachs are relieved to learn that they can still continue enjoying a great cup of coffee whenever they want.

Regular Acid Free
–Rockets you forward with level of caffeine that exceeds most other coffee brands.

–Our computerized “Z-Roasting” system optimizes roasting time to assure that Tyler’s Coffee is acid free with maximum flavor.

Decaf Acid Free
–Tyler’s coffee uses a Swiss Water Based Process to decaffeinate our Arabica coffee beans. Our Arabica beans are shipped from South America to our roasting factory in Arizona.

–We use No Chemicals to decaffeinate our coffee!

I tried the regular variety recently.  I had to add my usual ton of creamer, as I do with any coffee.  That’s just how I roll.  My husband likes to say that I have a little bit of coffee with my creamer.  That may or may not be true, but focus on Tylers Coffee.  I found the coffee to have a different taste than other traditional coffees.  The recommended preparation method is with a French press, unfortunately I do not have one, and made my coffee with a normal drip machine.  I can’t image I have experienced the true taste of Tylers Coffee since I did not prepare it in the preferred method.  However I found the taste to be bit more bitter than other varieties.  I could have also added a bit too much coffee as well.  I am really interested in a flavored coffee variety, as that is normally what I drink.  This regular coffee was indeed, regular.  I think if the coffee had flavor, perhaps hazelnut I would enjoy it more.  By the way the company is working to create flavored varieties.

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Comments

  1. it’s acid free!!! 🙂

  2. i learned they have a “how to make tyler’s coffee” page.

  3. Noelle Cagle says

    They started selling in Arizona.

  4. Shannon Baas says

    they have both regular and decaf.

  5. I learned that they use no chemicals to decaffeinate their coffee!

  6. You should consume caffeine in small, frequent amounts.
    Between 20-200mg per hour may be an optimal dose for cognitive function. Caffeine crosses the blood-brain barrier quickly (owing to its lipid solubility) although it can take up to 45 minutes for full ingestion through the gastro-intestinal tract. Under normal conditions, this remains stable for around 1 hour before gradually clearing in the following 3-4 hours depending on a variety of factors.

    Did not know that!

  7. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    I learned that there computerized “Z-Roasting” System optimizes roasting time to assure that Tyler’s Coffee is Acid Free with maximum flavor.

  8. Aletha Scott says

    How to make it

  9. “Z-Roasting” system optimizes roasting time to assure that Tyler’s Coffee is acid free with maximum flavor

  10. Cheryl Abdelnour says

    Tyler’s will not contribute to acid related problems such as damaged tooth
    enamel, acid reflux, indigestion, upset stomach or heartbur

  11. Rachel Miller says

    I learned that they have a subsription plan..great idea!

  12. The Arabica beans are shipped from South America to a roasting factory in Arizona.

  13. I learned that you can sign up for promotions and monthly deals – so I did!

  14. acid free with more flavor

  15. Kristina Best says

    That they are roasted in my home state of Arizona.

  16. Jennifer Donohue says

    I learned the beans are shipped from South America to their roasting factory in Arizona. And they’re acid-free.

  17. I learned that their Regular Rockets you forward with level of caffeine that exceeds most other coffee brands. Gotta love that! (and could use it lots of mornings)!

  18. The computerized “Z-Roasting” system optimizes roasting time to assure that Tyler’s Coffee is acid free with maximum flavor

  19. I’d love to try their coffee! I like that they don’t use chemicals to decaffeinate the coffee.

  20. They use No Chemicals to decaffeinate their coffee

  21. they use no chemicals to decaffeinate their coffee

  22. I learned that they are acid free, which makes them unique compared to other coffee companies 🙂

  23. I learned that Tyler’s uses hand-picked Arabica beans that are shipped from South America to their roasting factory in Arizona. I bet the coffee is great!

  24. I learned their roasting factory is in Arizona.

  25. They have a birthday blend. Interesting name for coffee.

  26. Linda Lansford says

    I learned A little cup of java can mean a big problem for stomachs

  27. I learned their coffee is acid free.

  28. i learned that they make decaf and caffeinated coffee.

  29. Cindy Merrill says

    They make Decaf, also- a very important thing to know, I’d like to try this.

  30. sarah shult says

    I learned they have sample to buy so you can try the coffee before wasting money on something you may not enjoy

  31. Janet Jackson says

    Tyler’s Coffee uses a “Z-Roasting” process that optimizes the time the coffee beans are cooked; the result is high levels of caffeine and free of acid. Benefits of an acid free coffee are tooth enamel is protected and teeth are stronger leading to fewer cavities.

  32. Kess Warren says

    I learned that their coffee has more caffine than most other coffees…I need that
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  33. High in caffeine and acid free

  34. The beans are originally from South America!!!

  35. I learned Tyler’s Coffee is acid free with maximum flavor.

    Thanks!
    Jenn from How to Make Bows out of Ribbon
    learnquilling@gmail.com

  36. I learned they send out a deals newsletter.

  37. Kim Henrichs says

    Their coffee is acid free!

  38. Allison Downes says

    I learned they have no chemicals

  39. Their beans are shipped from South America to Arizona.

  40. their roasting factory is in Arizona

  41. Christina G. says

    they use swiss water process. also learned of their name! hoping I can get in MN!

  42. I learned it is this: “The Finest hand-picked Arabica beans are shipped from South America to our roasting factory in Arizona.”

  43. victoria lester says

    It comes from South America to our roasting factory in Arizona.

  44. They have Regular and Decaf.
    Thanks for the chance!

  45. I want to try what acid free taste like

  46. Their beans are from South America.

  47. susan varney says

    i learned that a landmark 2004 study showed that small hourly doses of caffeine can support extended wakefulness

  48. I am impressed that the coffee is acid free and the benefits that come from that

  49. It’s acid free!

  50. Christina Gould says

    I learned that their coffee does not taste bitter. Thanks for the giveaway!

  51. I learned that they have a page that tells you how to make Tyler’s Coffee.

  52. ♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ says

    The Finest hand-picked Arabica beans are shipped from South America to their roasting factory in Arizona.

  53. My curiosity is peeked!

  54. Hi
    I forgot to add that I noticed the beans are hand picked.

  55. I guess I never even knew there was acid in coffee, but I learned tha tTylers uses a “Z-Roasting” System which optimizes roasting time to assure that Tyler’s Coffee is Acid Free with maximum flavor. Interesting.

  56. Kat Petelle says

    I learned that the benefits of an acid free coffee are tooth enamel is protected and teeth are stronger leading to fewer cavities

  57. I learned that after oil, coffee is the 2nd biggest commodity worldwide.

  58. I learned that Tyler’s uses a Z-roasting system for acid free coffee!

  59. I like the sample pack idea. Thank you

  60. I learned that this coffee is acid free

  61. Russell Moore says

    No chemicals used to decaffeinate the coffee

  62. That they roast it in AZ.

  63. I learned that they dont use chemicals. Perfect!

  64. I like that it is acid free

  65. randall robison says

    I love the fact that its acid free.i love coffee but the acid kills me.looking forward to trying it thanks.

  66. He had a plan when he was 16 years old and 4 years later the product was on shelves.

  67. Tyler’s Coffee uses a “Z-Roasting” process that optimizes the time the coffee beans are cooked; the result is high levels of caffeine and free of acid. Benefits of an acid free coffee are tooth enamel is protected and teeth are stronger leading to fewer cavities.

  68. gloria goff says

    id really like to try

  69. Theresa Shafer says

    It is recommended to french press the coffee immediately after adding water.

    tes 1283 yahoo

  70. Sandy Saves says

    I never thought about how the acid from coffee can wear on your teeth. I learned that Tyler’s coffee is high in caffeine but also safer for your teeth. A bonus all around!

  71. You get fewer cavities from the way it’s roasted!

  72. I love coffee

  73. Ashley Griffin says

    It’s is acid free!!

  74. ericka coello says

    Rockets you forward with level of caffeine that exceeds most other coffee brands

  75. Kerry Singleton says

    It was all new to me. I didn’t know they even offered a acid free coffee!

  76. “If the acid level of the saliva stays below the point for an extended period of time, the outer layers of tooth structure begin to lose minerals and a cavity can from. Beverages that are high in sugar and acid content can cause the pH level of the saliva to reach this critical point. Drinking no acid coffee is a good alternative to high acid beverages.”

  77. Lisa Taylor says

    Will not upset your stomach like regular coffee

  78. They don’t use chemicals to decaffeinate the coffee- My friend and I were just talking about that!!

  79. I learned that you should consume coffee in small amounts!

  80. heather eg kaufman says

    They started in Arizona.

  81. I learned Tyler’s uses hand-picked Arabica beans that are shipped from South America to their roasting factory in Arizona. I love trying new coffees so it is cool to that they offer samplers

  82. I had learned that you can sign up for promotions and monthly deals

  83. They roast in Arizona. Thanks for the giveaway.

  84. Ed Nemmers says

    Their coffee is acid free!

  85. Debra Hall says

    i learned that they started in Arizona

  86. Michele H. says

    They began in Arizona but the beans are shipped in from South America.

  87. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    that it is acid free
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  88. It’s good for those with IC.

  89. their beans are from South America

  90. Coriander Warren says

    I like the fact that they don’t use chemicals to decaffinate their coffee

  91. Veronica Garrett says

    I learned they don’t use any chemicals to decaffeinate their coffee.

  92. No chemicals!

    carmenpaigee(at)yahoo(dot)com

  93. mary gardner says

    they have decaf and regular and i love that it is acid free!

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  94. I like the acid free component for the stomach,,

  95. Courtney Desormeaux says

    I really like the fact that they don’t use any chemicals to make their coffee decaffeinated!

  96. Among other things, I learned that Tyler’s coffee doesn’t use chemicals to de-caf their coffee. I was not aware that coffee makers used them.

  97. Wow, this would be so great! Thanks for hosting it.

  98. shirley pebbles says

    I learned that their coffee i acid free.

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  99. I learned
    That it’s
    Acid free in reg and decaf!

  100. Virginia Rowell says

    I learned it was higher in caffeine.

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