Tyler’s Coffee recently sent me some coffee to try. I love coffee and tea and drink both of them throughout the day. But I have a routine. My first drink of the morning is always coffee. The steaming hot liquid along with the caffeine really wakes up my brain cells and gets the cob-webs out.
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 is tooth enamel is protected and teeth are stronger leading to fewer cavities.
Another benefit of acid free coffee is no GI or stomach disturbances. If you have a sensitive stomach you will be glad to know both Tyler’s regular and decaf coffee are acid free.
I prepared the Tyler’s coffee the same way I do any coffee. I enjoyed each cup. The flavor is full bodied but not overpowering with a very slight hint of mint, to me. It went well with the flavored creams I sometimes use, as well as milk. I did not experience any stomach or GI disturbances during the time I was reviewing this product. I loved the taste and the aroma of the Tyler’s coffee.
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