If you are yet to take butter with coffee, then it is okay to be curious as to what it tastes like. Well, we have tried it, and we can tell you what exactly it does taste like. Before we proceed, we would like to inform you that the brand of coffee that typically contains butter is the bulletproof coffee created by the Bulletproof executive Dave Asprey. In its purest form, the bulletproof coffee is a blend of the butter gotten from grass-fed cows, MCT oil, and of course, coffee. Its function is to give a heightened mental ability and a steady supply of energy, hence the name; Bulletproof.
Now, what does the butter coffee tastes like? As mentioned above, the original recipe of the drink is Brain Octane oil (MCT), butter, and brewed coffee. The resultant taste is a nuttier, more strong, and rich latte drink. It tastes nuttier because of the unsalted butter. It also tastes heavier in the mouth as a result of the MCT oil added. Often, we have had reports from fans of this coffee blend that they find the flavor and compelling. Also, it is very possible for you to tweak this drink to suit your particular, adding more or less MCT oil or butter to cater for your desired need. Some even add the cacao butter, stevia or the cinnamon. However, we think you can get the best taste and flavor from the base recipe.
A short History of the Brand.
Dave Asprey, the astute Silicon Valley entrepreneur, is regarded as the founder of the Bulletproof Coffee Brand. The story began when he has serious challenges with his health as he was Obese and always tired. He tried cutting back calories and daily workout but nothing helped. By the time he was 30, his doctors had warned he was at critical risk for a stroke or heart attack. But when he came across a creamy cup of butter tea after a trek in 2004, an idea for the outstanding coffee was born. This butter-infused drink is a necessity for the folks in Tibet giving the ragged condition of where they live and work, but for Dave, it was a life-saving drink. He felt instantly alive and rejuvenated.
So, he embarked on years of research on why the tea made him feel so good and why the yak butter ignited his brain. Eventually, Dave substituted tea for the mold-free coffee and the yak butter for the regular old grass-fed cow’s butter. He finally laid his hands on the Brain Octane Oil and considered the final missing piece. All three ingredients strewn together gave Dave the abundant energy and effortless mental clarity that he craved. Thus, the Bulletproof Coffee came to live.
How can you make the Butter coffee? (Also known as the bulletproof?)
How can you know how the butter coffee taste like if you don’t know how to make it? That is why we have taken to provide you with the recipe for the beverage.
1. The trick is in the coffee beans. Brew one cup (8-12 ounces) of coffee using the filtered water with two and a half heap tablespoons of freshly ground Bulletproof Coffee Beans. Using a French Press makes for natural usage, and it preserves beneficial coffee oils that paper filters keep out.
2. Add one teaspoon to two tablespoons of the MCT Brain Octane Oil. Begin by including one teaspoon per cup and continue until it is up to 1-2 tablespoons over several days.
3. Add one-two tablespoons of the grass-fed, unsalted butter or, if you are not a fan of dairy products then add one to two spoons of grass-fed Ghee. This mixture also makes for the creamiest and most delicious cup of coffee you’ve ever had. We can bet that. Oh, another thing. Ensure that butter is unsalted. Salty coffee does not bring out the desired taste.
4. Mix it all in a blender for about 20-30 seconds until it looks like a foamy latte.
From this article, we have established that the butter in coffee is the same as the well-known bullet proof brand. In other words, it is that highly functional drink that is known to be a very important health hack. Apart from this, we have also given you a hint as to what the bullet proof coffee tastes like. Here are even more practical tips: It is no doubt that It Is not entirely easy adding a pat to your mug of coffee. That is why we will recommend that the best results are obtained when you get the butter fully emulsified in the coffee. This can be done by blending the freshly brewed black coffee and the grass-fed butter together. Otherwise, what you will get is an unsavory layer of fat floating on top of the regular black coffee instead of a nicely blended mix.