Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Tyler's Coffee Review & Giveaway Ends 1/24/12




Ya'll know that I'm a Java Junkie -- always in search of a new coffee to try and share!

I recently discovered Tyler's Coffees -- a new brand that is acid-free! Do you know how important it is for a coffee to be acid-free? No more worrying about the breakdown of tooth enamel -- stronger teeth -- fewer cavities!

I admit -- when I made my first batch -- it was too strong and bitter. What did I do wrong? I used WAY too much coffee! I have a 4-cup coffee-maker and I used enough coffee for 10 (!) cups!

I made another pot, adjusted accordingly, and it was excellent! I also have a "drip" coffee-maker and I believe that Tyler's Coffees is best suited to the French Press method.


It's a very smooth coffee. Full-bodied, bold flavour, nice sharpness at the end. The taste is interesting -- lovely and deep. Faintly woodsy. Definitely a great early morning coffee!

From the Website:

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.


“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."

-Dr. T. Richard Ziehmer, a dentist in Tucson, AZ


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!


The folks at Tyler's Coffees love connecting with new friends and customers! Please join them on their Social Media Pages: @TylersCoffees on Twitter and Tyler's Coffee on Facebook


They have also offered one of my readers the chance to try a sample of their coffee! How cool is that?

Just follow the instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

Open to USA only, please. One entry per person per household. All entries are verified.

DISCLOSURE:
I received a sample of Tyler's Coffee for the purpose of this review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item(s).




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17 comments:

eclairre said...

I learned that they have a "How to make Tyler's Coffee" section on their website. eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

CherylS22 said...

I learned that Tyler's Coffee has high levels of caffeine and is free of acid.

ann said...

I found out that their computerized system optimizes roasting time so the coffee is acid free and had the maximum of flavor
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sammie111 said...

I learned that these coffee beans are from South America. And that between 20 - 200 mg. of caffine per hour is the optimal dose for cognitive function.

Maryann D. said...

I learned that Caffeine may increase the speed with which you work, may decrease attentional lapses, and may even benefit recall - but is less likely to benefit more complex cognitive functions, and may even hurt others.

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DarcyO said...

I learned that Tyler’s coffee uses a Swiss Water Based Process to decaffeinate its Arabica coffee beans.

jcwega27 said...

its acid free
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Ronalee said...

Learned that Tyler's Coffee is Acid Free

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Bebemiqui said...

I didn't know coffee actually benefited recall...I thought it was a placebo benefit.
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polly said...

learned the finest hand picked arabica beans are shipped from south america
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LMcLendon said...

I learned about Z-Roasting and acid-free coffee which I had never heard of till now.

Leah Baird said...

I learned The Finest hand-picked Arabica beans are shipped from South America to our roasting factory in Arizona.
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Missy L said...

I learned that their acid-free coffee is better for your stomach. The extra caffeine is a HUGE plus (as that's why I drink coffee!)

Michele said...

I learned no chemicals are used to decaffinate Tyler's coffee
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nightowl said...

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

Christine Jessamine said...

i learned not only is it acid free but also comes from south america

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Wendy Rozema said...

I learned that it's acid free!