Bulletproof Coffee is already a common sight in Silicon Valley’s office break rooms and is quickly becoming a common breakfast replacement for creatives and executives alike.
Created by Dave Asprey, the homemade energy drink is inspired by a Nepalese yak-butter tea and is renowned by its fans for keeping them sharp and satisfied all morning long.
Bulletproof Coffee combines carbohydrate-free ingredients in three steps:
- Brew coffee as you normally would.
- While your coffee is brewing, Asprey recommends boiling some water and add it to a blender – just to pre-heat it. Drinkers often choose to skip this step and still find the finished product hot enough.
- Pour out the boiled water and add your fresh coffee to the blender instead. In it, now add butter and oil and blend until you get a thick head of foam.
Many drinkers also add a sweetener, dark chocolate, vanilla, or cinnamon.
Most Bulletproof Coffee reviews have been positive, with strong praise for its energy-boosting effects. Among those drinkers who aren’t completely satisfied, the most common complaint has been they still felt hungry well before lunch.
If you’re curious to give Bulletproof Coffee a try, Asprey offers [a detailed recipe and wealth of guidance] to help the newly Bulletproof choose appropriate coffee beans, butter, and oil. However, drinkers may use their favourite coffee blend, regular butter, and coconut oil.
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