Tummy Love Low Acid Light French Roast Coffee 12oz.

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Whole Bean
Coarse Grind (French Press)

There are a few reasons why people look for low acidity in coffee. First, it is easier on the stomach for those who have digestive issues or sensitivity to coffee. Second, people who have acid reflux often find that low acid coffees are less likely to trigger Heartburn or other reflux symptoms. Lastly, many people simply prefer the taste of low-acid coffee, which tends to be smoother and less acidic than regular coffees.

Whatever the reason, there is no doubt that low-acid coffee has become a popular choice for coffee drinkers around the world.

So, it's no wonder that it has become our best seller!!

VARIETY:  Mixed 

AROMA: Earthy and nutty with sweet hints of cedar & cinnamon

FLAVOR: Bittersweet cocoa with hints of roasted hazelnut

BODY/FINISH: Deep & full with a cream-chocolate finish

A blend of South American and Indonesian coffees that offers a tremendous depth of character without the levels of acidity found in other regions throughout the globe. We start with coffees that are naturally lower in acidity and then roast the beans darker and longer, a process that further reduces the remaining acidity.  

The result is an exceptionally smooth cup!

What Is Low-Acid Coffee?

Low Acid Coffee is one that is generally grown at lower altitudes and is roasted longer and darker to reduce the amount of acids, including chlorogenic, citric, and quinic acids, within the bean. 

Chlorogenic and citric acids, for example, are found in higher quantities with lighter roast coffees. By roasting the beans longer, these acids deplete, which is why low-acid coffee is beneficial for those who suffer from acid reflux, stomach conditions, and heartburn. 

For a more in-depth article on coffee with low acidity, read our blog about it here. 

Is There Such A Thing As No Acid Coffee?

No, there is not a no acid coffee. All coffee will have some acid and will not be neutral on the PH scale. 

Despite this, you can certainly reduce the acidity in coffee through the type of bean used in your roast and choosing a darker roast. This will provide you with a low-acid coffee.

Where To Buy Low-Acid Coffee?

You can buy low-acid coffee here on our website! Our Best Selling Roast is our Tummy Love Low Acid Coffee for a reason! It is low in acid yet high in flavor. 

You can add one to the cart for yourself, but don’t forget to add one as a gift for your friends. We guarantee you’ll love the taste, smoothness, and how easy it is for your tummy.