It’s coffee with a dollop of butter. Supposedly energizing. These directions sound way over done. But since I prefer Half n Half in my coffee, a bit of butter wouldn’t be a stretch. I’ve even tried coconut oil. I use decaf, but might try this. The blender idea sounds good. Remember when butter was demonized? Remember when white margarine came in bags, with a color button so no one would be confused that it might be butter. As a child, that was my job to mix the butter—it was great fun. Then came sticks and tubs; then came the warnings about how bad it was for us. I switched to butter about 2-3 years ago. Everything tastes better.
#1 Make coffee: Brew coffee as you normally would. Make sure it’s the right kind of coffee. [ad for a type], read this post to find the best coffee in your area. Use a brown paper filter.
#2 Pre-heat blender: Boil extra water and pour it into a blender while your coffee brews to pre-heat the blender.
#3 Froth: Empty hot water from the now pre-heated blender and add the brewed coffee, butter, and MCT oil. Blend until there is a thick layer of foam on top like a latte. A Blend-tec or Vitamix blender will do it quickly, a normal countertop blender takes longer, and a hand blender works ok if you don’t have a real blender.
#4 (optional) Add cinnamon, vanilla, dark chocolate, or a sweetener like Stevia, erythritol, or xylitol (this is technically a sacrilege if you use awesome beans, but some people love their mocha…)
#5 : Put on a satisfied look and enjoy the high performance buzz from your creamy mug of Bulletproof Coffee as you watch your chubby, tired coworkers eat low-fat yogurt and twigs for breakfast. It’s almost unfair.