Quick tips to reduce the acidity of coffee

  • Factors affecting coffee acidity include the growing region, soil mineral content, elevation, and roasting methods.
  • Coffee grown in high-elevation and volcanic areas tends to be more acidic.
  • Darker roasts have lower acidity compared to lighter roasts.
  • Brewing methods like Aeropress and drip brewing produce lower acidity coffee.
  • Cold brew coffee is a good option for reducing acidity.
  • Adding crushed eggshells or baking soda can neutralize coffee acidity.
  • Adding milk slightly reduces acidity due to its alkaline nature.
  • Coffee acid reducers can neutralize coffee acidity by up to 90%.
  • Decaf coffee might be mildly less acidic on a pH scale than caffeinated coffee.
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