This medium-roasted coffee heralds stellar reviews online, winning coffee-drinkers over with an outstanding aroma and smooth, rich taste.
By applying a system of wet processing, Sumatran Gayo coffee, by Volcanica Coffee, reduces the acidity naturally, and provides an easier experience on the stomach than their other offerings. Reviews describe this coffee as being delightfully sweet and clean, which is a good sign for a low acid coffee.
This particular bag is also Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certified, so you can feel good about buying.
One of the bolder statements from the roasters on our list, Tyler’s is not just less acidic, but acid free.
In fact, it’s the only coffee in the world that claims this. And according to Tyler’s, it’s their All-Natural Z-Roasting Process that safely prevents the acids from forming that normally bloom during the roasting process.
From the selection of AAA Arabica beans to the drying and roasting, Tyler’s offers a great-tasting cup without the side effects you’re trying to avoid.
By quality and taste, Java Planet’s Colombian Low-Acid coffee is near the top.
Java Planet delivers a gourmet product, from the organic and Fair Trade certifications to the family-run atmosphere.
This particular coffee is a medium-dark variety, and it's roasted in small batches, which allows for better quality control.
Reviews on this coffee in particular speak for themselves. It’s a solid choice.
Aptly-named, this brand of coffee is known as a great choice among low-acid varieties.
It’s a medium roast and contains 100% Arabica beans.
Lucy Jo’s takes a hands-on approach to selecting and roasting, with each bean selected capable of standing as a single-origin. Also available offerings from Lucy Jo’s:
- Organic Brainstorm (creamy medium blend)
- Organic Sumatra (bold dark roast)
- Low Acid French Roast (smooth, rich dark blend)
Perhaps a divergence from other low-acid coffees, but an interesting offering nonetheless, Tieman’s Fusion Coffee is naturally fused with Matcha Green Tea, Rooibos Red Tea, and Goji Berry powders.
The name makes more sense now, huh?
This provides the caffeine punch and full coffee flavor without the acidity.
Dubbed a “healthy” coffee, you probably won’t notice a difference in taste from a standard cup, but you’re drinking 5 times the daily recommendation of antioxidants.
Puroast sounds like a generic brand, but the truth is anything but. Their French Roast is bold but easy on the gut.
According to the folks at Puroast, their methods of roasting greatly reduces the acid in the coffee by more than 70% compared to leading brands.
To reduce the acidity to that degree while not sacrificing much flavor is a feat indeed. Keurig K-cups are available, as well as a House Blend and Dark French Roast coffee offering.
Clever slogan aside — “Love Your Bean.” Get it? Pregnant women? — this coffee geared to new and expecting moms, and is a nearly guilt-free choice for coffee lovers.
This coffee conveniently comes in four types with regard to caffeine strength:
- Decaf (dark roast)
- 1/4 caf (medium-dark roast)
- 1/2 caf (medium-dark roast)
- Full caf (medium roast)
Side Note: Although this coffee is certainly geared toward a specific niche market within a niche market, men and all-around coffee lovers will enjoy this brand as well.
This Arabica coffee is roasted with an FDA-approved method known as TechnoRoasting, a process which reduces the heartburn-producing acids common to other coffee products.
This process reportedly preserves the essential minerals, antioxidants, vitamins, and other nutrients often excluded by other roasting processes.
Interestingly, HealthWise claims that you can refrigerate their coffee for up to one week, reheat it to below boiling, and the taste will remain unchanged from the original brewed cup.
The benefits of this coffee are certainly the fruits of the TechnoRoasting method.
This specific listing is for their low-acid K-Cups, but HealthWise also makes low-acid ground coffee for tradition coffee makers as well.
trücup’s low-acid offerings are separated by roast levels:
- Born To Be Mild: Gentle cup, delicate sweetness
- Stuck In The Middle: Balanced and smooth, not too strong or too mild
- Heart Of Bold: Full body, but not too darkly roasted
- Dark As Night: French roast; deliciously dark
- You’ve Got a Blend: Espresso blend
As expected, the Heart of Bold is the full-bodied, bolder cup as compared to its counterparts, but not too dark (or mild), which is partly why it’s highlighted here. It’s also available as Keurig K-cups.
Mastermind is described as the anti-acid coffee (alkaline, in other words) with some health aficionados claiming that they have heightened mental alertness after a cup of this coffee.
(That’s where the name comes from.)
Many people claim to have enjoy the energy this coffee naturally provides but without any jitters.
Perhaps a bit less flavorful than some other low-acid coffees, Mastermind certainly is one that lives up to the low-acidity claim.