Tuesday, December 27, 2011
I am a member of Tomoson and they have teamed up with Tyler's Coffee for this review opportunity. I am an avid coffee drinker and I always love to try new brands and share them with you. I have received a 2 oz "Perk Pack" of Tyler's Coffee to try.
You may be asking "Why is Tyler's Coffee different and why should I buy it instead of my current brand?" I would answer that by saying, Tyler’s Coffee is unique as it uses a “Z-Roasting” process that optimizes the time that the coffee beans are cooked. The result in using this roasting method is that it produces a coffee with high levels of caffeine and the coffee is free of acid. There are health benefits of using an acid free coffee too. Your tooth enamel is protected and your teeth are stronger which leads to fewer cavities. Also a little cup of coffee can mean big problems for people with sensitive stomachs. The acid levels in regular coffee may upset the digestive tract for some people and Tyler's Coffee says that their customers with sensitive stomachs are relieved to learn that they can still continue enjoying a great cup of coffee whenever they want, without the worry of their stomachs paying for it later.
Since Tyler's Coffee is acid free, they advise you to use purified water to brew Tylers Coffee. This will give the coffee a truer, cleaner taste. The best part is that you can use a traditional drip coffee maker to prepare your coffee in. There are no special machines needed.
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Disclosure: I have received a 2 oz sample sized "Perk Pack" of Tyler's Coffee to try through Tomoson. The opinions are my own. No other compensation was exchanged.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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Posted by c allen at Tuesday, December 27, 2011