Coffee actually has acid in it…
Not to worry though, many foods have acid in them. Oranges and other citrus fruit, for example, have citric acid.
That’s just one example.
Just because a food or beverage has acid doesn’t mean it’s bad or dangerous.
But if you’re anything like me, sometimes your stomach can hurt after drinking coffee!
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Not everyone is like me though, and I sure hope that your stomach never hurts after drinking coffee!
Without trying to make this all about me, I have recently gone through an extremely painful and a long bout of gastroesophageal acid reflux.
It affected my stomach and my throat, and took weeks to get over the pain.
Just to be clear, it wasn’t from drinking coffee, although coffee can have an effect on it.
It was from stress.
And coffee isn’t dangerous to drink.
But if you do have acid reflux or other conditions that coffee can affect, you should be mindful of that and how to properly handle it.
I like low acid coffee for multiple reasons.
For one thing, I don’t like the taste of more acidic coffee as much. It’s not a flavor I enjoy as much.
Also, I don’t like that it can upset my stomach.
So I want to share with you an amazing coffee brand that makes low acid, high quality and delicious coffee.
I’ll be honest, this coffee comes with a price tag! But you can at least look into it if you’re interested in discovering an amazing coffee.
If you struggle at all with acid reflux and love coffee, or you just want a nice tasting coffee that is low acid and otherwise very healthy and top quality, check this one out.
Well, What Is It!?
It’s a coffee company called Lifeboost.
Not only is it low acid, but it has almost every other quality and health factor you can think of.
Their coffee is fair trade, GMO free, shade grown, single origin, 3rd party tested for mycotoxins, and pesticide free. This coffee meets all the highest standards for quality control.
The pH level of their coffee is higher than most other coffees. The pH level is the indication of how acidic or basic a water based solution is.
pH levels range from zero to 14, with zero being highly acidic and 14 indicating a base.
Water has a pH level of 7, it’s totally neutral. Most coffee has a pH level of about 4.85 or lower. Lifeboost’s coffee has a pH level of 6 or higher. That’s almost the pH level of water!
So in terms of the actual acidity and pH level, this coffee is proven to be low on acidity on the pH scale. So if you have any health issues or are just looking for a coffee with low acidity, Lifeboost is great in that sense.
This is the most important point, just next to the fact that it’s low acid!
Lifeboost coffee tastes very nice.
We all know, unfortunately, that sometimes the healthier option for food or drink doesn’t quite taste as good.
Not so with Lifeboost! The first time I opened the bag and tried it, I used AeroPress to brew it. I was pretty amazed at the taste.
If the health factor isn’t a big deal for you (and you don’t mind a huge price tag), get Lifeboost coffee just for the taste!
The aroma is buttery and sweet, slightly floral and tangy.
The taste is amazingly smooth and well-balanced. Coffee that is well-balanced is in my opinion the absolute best kind of coffee.
It’s buttery, bold but so smooth, slightly sweet and fruity with a nutty undertone. It’s a rich but wonderfully clean and clear cup of coffee.
The body and the texture of it on the tongue is great.
There’s also a fresh but roasty, carmelly aftertaste that made me not even want a mint, a drink of water or anything else to clear my palate!
The aftertaste is outstanding and this is the only coffee I’ve tried where I wanted the aftertaste to linger on my tongue and didn’t want anything to wash it out.
The overall profile of this coffee is like no other.
When I took the first sip, I realized that even though this is a $30 coffee, it has the taste of a $30 coffee.
I have tried other brewing methods with it and Lifeboost tastes great with any of them, but in my opinion, Lifeboost coffee made with AeroPress is like a match made in heaven.
A Great Return Policy
As delicious as their coffee is, they still have a super generous return policy.
You can actually return the coffee within 30 days of purchase and they’ll even pay for the shipping!
One of the ways to spot a solid, reputable product, business or seller is with by their refund/return policy. Lifeboost has a 30-day return policy for coffee.
That tells me something… they are convinced about the quality of their product.
I like what they write on the website, that you can get a refund and they’ll pay the cost of shipping if you’re unhappy.
After trying the coffee myself, I can also pretty confidently say you won’t be disappointed with it.
BUT, If You Want Even Better Coffee…
While it’s true, Lifeboost is a nice, healthy low-acid coffee that has a good taste…
Let’s be honest, it’s ridiculously expensive.
It might be so expensive that no matter how much you may want to try it… it’s too much.
And that’s understandable; your coffee shouldn’t break your bank!
So, in that case, I have an even better coffee brand for you that tastes amazing, has healthy nootropics that give you energy and are good for brain and body health, and it doesn’t cost you a fortune… like Lifeboost does!
It’s called SmartJava.
And honestly, I’d recommend it above Lifeboost!
Especially if we’re talking healthy coffee.
SmartJava is healthy, high-quality, low-acid and costs much less than Lifeboost.
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It’s true that this Lifeboost coffee is expensive.
And honestly, even after what I’ve written, it’s a very high price tag for any coffee, no matter how it tastes.
It’s a coffee that I’ve only purchased once, and even though it’s a fine coffee, I think it’s hard for not only myself but for many people to justify consistently buying a $30, 12oz bag of coffee.
Everything has its pros and cons, and for Lifeboost coffee, the major con is the price tag.
If you’re looking for a coffee that’s low acid, delicious, healthy, fair trade and all around high quality, I can recommend it.
But even so, I’m sure there are plenty of other low acid coffees that also taste great with a lower price than this one.
Their website has much more information about their coffee and lots of great reviews. Feel free to give it a look. I hope that it you try this coffee, you’ll love it as much as I do!
I hope this article was helpful for you. I also hope that if you have acid reflux or any other condition with your stomach or GI, that this coffee will be a great solution for you.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them in the comments section.
Great post! I’m not a huge fan of coffee, but then again, I’ve only ever had bad coffee. So, maybe I shouldn’t be so hasty to judge. People tend to forget that their diets are acidic. It’s so important to balance your diet, so thank you for bringing a bit of awareness to the acid in coffee.
Thank you Umar! I totally understand, coffee isn’t for everyone. Yes it’s true that it’s a very good thing to take a look at one’s whole diet and see how much acidic content is there. It’s been interesting for me to learn more about it recently. I appreciate the comment!
Good Page about the love for coffee i like how detailed you are that I can almost smell and taste the Lifeboost coffee. My only suggestion would be under ” Well What Is It!?” Instead of a call to action where it says ” You Can Visit Their Website Here” maybe describe it a little bit and highlight the description with the link.
Thank you Daniel! Lifeboost is really great stuff for sure. Thank you very much for the suggestion I will consider that! Best wishes
This is great. I drink coffee everyday, and yes it still continues to effect my stomach. I never knew low acid coffee did exist. I will have to explore further more about this product, and actually see if it does taste different or not. Just curious, how did you come across this brand of coffee, just with research?…Do you actually know the person that makes it?…
I do like your tagline under your site title; its just different
Thank you Ashraf! I hope you can find a solution for your stomach. And if you end up giving Lifeboost a try I hope you enjoy the taste and that it will help with your stomach! It’s maybe not a miracle drug that will cure it, but it should be easier on the stomach than most other coffee. I actually came across this brand because I was doing research on coffee affiliate programs and I found Lifeboost. I had never heard of low acid coffee either until maybe 4 months ago. So I tried it myself and of course, really enjoyed it! I don’t know the people who make it. Thanks again for the comment and wishing you the best on your coffee journey!
Wow I did not know such a thing as low acid coffee existed!! I have acid reflux and take meds for it as no way I was giving up my coffee haha… although it is more then coffee that gives me problems. However I will have to check this out. Thanks!
Thanks for the comment Robb! I didn’t know there was such a thing as low acid coffee either until just recently. Haha I went through the exact same thing when I was going through the worst of acid reflux… there’s no way I’m totally giving up coffee!!! It’s true there are many factors that can contribute to acid reflux, more than just coffee, and everyone should be mindful and looking for the things that trigger it the most. I hope you find the best solutions and that if you get the coffee you enjoy it. Thanks again!
What a nice post you wrote Danny! I really enjoyed reading it and could not be silent about your post so I decided to leave my comment here and say Thank You for sharing this quality post. Actually I was looking for information about the low acid coffee and when I landed on your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details and it was exactly what I wanted to know.
I’m happy that you’ve decided to write about this topic and share it with others. It’s very useful post in my opinion and can definitely be used as a great source for everyone who is interested to know about this topic.
I will definitely come back to your site again to read more posts. Keep up quality articles! 🙂
Thank you so much, Ali! I greatly appreciate your encouragement and feedback! I’m very happy to hear that this article was helpful, and I hope that I can provide helpful content for you in the future. Best wishes to you and thanks again!:D
Very interesting article, in-depth and useful to readers.
Love the structure of this too, kept me interested and wanting to read on which for me is a key tactic, congrats 🙂
Thanks for writing and sharing this with us all!
Thank you Jason! I really appreciate the feedback and encouragement!
Can’t believe I never heard of this. My wife stopped drinking coffee years ago due to acid reflux. Even with the aeropress– which definitely reduced the acid enough so that I don’t even get bothered if I have a few cups–she still can’t handle it. too bad it’s so pricey though.
Yeah I totally get that. Even with AeroPress AND low acid coffee it can still be tough if the reflux is bad. It really did help me out though. I love this coffee! But it’s really pricey yeah, it’s definitely not for everyone to get a 30 dollar bag of coffee but if you can I’d say it’s worth it.