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Don Pedro Coffee

Cafe Don Pedro French Roast Low Acid Coffee Pods - 72 Ct. compatible with Keurig K cup Coffee Maker - 100% Arabica Dark Roast Coffee

Regular price $39.95 USD
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Six 12 count boxes

Don't want 72 cups?  Try 12 cups.

Coffee without Heartburn?
A large portion of Americans suffer from Gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD, Interstitial cystitis (IC), or Painful bladder, and their doctor might tell them to give up or cut down on their coffee consumption. Not all hope is lost! Did you know not all coffee has the same acid levels?
Typical industrial coffee has a pH level of 4.85 to 5.10 and your doctor is right, it will cause issues if you have a sensitive stomach. Cafe Don Pedro has a pH level much closer to water and like thousands of our customers, you may be able to keep enjoying high-quality coffee without suffering from acidic symptoms.

How is Cafe Don Pedro Low Acid Coffee made?
We select green coffee beans that are naturally lower in acidity than others. But the biggest difference comes from the way we roast the coffee. Our traditional artisan roasting method gets rid of the chaff, the skin of the coffee bean. And that's great, because it not only results in smoother taste but also in low acid coffee since the chaff is high in minerals, which contribute to the acidity of the coffee. There are no additional chemicals involved, no watering down the taste or affecting the caffeine level. It's all in our traditional natural methods and craftmanship.

What about the taste?
Here is the best part: Cafe Don Pedro is delicious. Lower acidity results in a smooth cup of coffee. We fill each pod with more grounds than most other brands to ensure a rich, bold flavor. Don Pedro Coffee is made from selected beans resulting in balanced and smooth coffee without bitterness or acidity. Compatible with Keurig 2.0 K-Cup brewer.

Some call them kups, some kcup, others k-cups or kcups, and some call the machine kurig, kuerig or kerigue. Even the drink itself is sometimes spelled cofee, coffe, cofffee or coff.