Tylers Acid Free Organic Coffee 12oz Bag - Regular (Whole Bean)
Tylers Coffee is the world’s First and Only Acid Free coffee. We like to stick with the basics when it comes to your daily cup which is why we have brought our coffee down to a science in our Regular Whole Bean coffee.
We use only the finest AAA Arabica coffee beans, single-sourced from the healthiest farms of the prosperous Chiapas, Mexico. We pride ourselves in using only the best beans, which is why we have attained USDA Organic Certified AAA Arabica Beans to make every cup of our Regular Whole Bean as smooth as the last.
Using our proprietary and All-Natural Z-Roasting Process, we can safely prevent harmful acids that normally bloom during the roasting process. These harmful acids are known for causing and contributing to stomach related modalities that plague 1 out of every 3 Americans. These problems can be as small as minor Acid Reflux to Severe IC and IBS.
Because our process does not allow these acids to bloom, our Regular Whole Bean can retain 2x the natural caffeine content as the leading brand in addition to adding absolutely no artificial caffeine. Along with no artificial caffeine, we add absolutely nothing else to the beans which allows us to maintain the USDA Organic Certification.
Tylers Coffee was tested with other leading coffee brands and other low-acid alternatives. The results show Tylers Coffee producing the least amount of side effects.
Less dysuria, frequency, and urgency were consistently noted with added benefit of reduction in GERD (gastroesophageal reflux).
The main purpose of this study was to evaluate a coffee that follows the scientific principles in coffee production. From bean selection to drying, to roasting and finally brewing, the study is to find who offers the least offensive product while maintaining the desirable coffee experience. First and foremost, coffee is an acquired taste. An acceptable substitution to a previous traumatic experience opens the field to many options. Concern for acid levels and caffeine concentration appears to be universally accepted as the cause for over-activity in the lower urological system.