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Saturday, January 14, 2012

REVIEW and RECIPE -- Tyler's Coffee



Tylers Coffee is an acid free coffee that comes from South America from the finest hand-picked beans that are shipped to Arizona to be roasted to perfection.  The roasting process that is used is called, "Z-Roasting," which is a 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.  Tyler’s will not contribute to acid related problems such as damaged tooth enamel, but guards against acid reflux, indigestion, upset stomach or heartburn.

Here is a quote directly from Tylers Coffee website:

 “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
Tylers Coffee is offered in Regular and Decaf.  The regular is roasted is such a way where it will "rocket you forward" because the level of caffeine is more than other brands.  If you prefer decaf, Tylers also has just what you are looking for with Tylers Decaf Acid Free Coffee.  No chemicals are used to decaffeinate the coffee by using a Swiss Water Process that takes out the caffeine, yet leaves all the great flavor of the coffee been intact.

I served Tylers Coffee to my family when they were visiting last week.  I used up all of the sample pack that was sent to me, because I had so many that asked for a second cup.  My husband and I loved it also.  It has such a smooth flavor, and we did feel great and energized for the whole time everyone was visiting.


Here is a recipe that I found on Tylers Coffee website in their Coffee Talk section that I was going to try, but my family drank all of my Tylers up.  I was going to use the chocolate whipped cream instead of regular whipped cream that I had bought for the holidays.  Tylers Coffee posts a recipe a week on their site.

Easy Mocha Coffee
  • 1 cup hot brewed acide free Tylers Coffee
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons milk
Here is the best part...one step directions!

1.) Pour hot coffee into a mug. Stir in cocoa, sugar and milk.

If you want, you can also add a bit of whip cream and some chocolate drizzle for the complete look!

Wanna make it a little healthier? Cut out the whip cream and substitute the unsweetened cocoa powder for a dark variety and substitute the white sugar with either a bit of brown sugar or an artificial sweetner such as Splenda!


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