When you start drinking coffee you realise it is not a simple add instant coffee into a cup, add boiling water then maybe some milk or cream. No no when you learn how to brew the java properly you enter the world of speciality coffee.
As you would see in the video there is a massive consideration as to how the end product will taste. This starts from:
How the beans are grown on the farm,
How they are transported then tested for quality,
How they are then roasted,
How they are then ground,
How they are then brewed.
How to Brew Coffee
There are countless ways to brew coffee beans. The two most common ways are:
Being able to make and espresso takes major skill which is why you have to train to be a barista. The same goes for making the perfect cup if you are using French press method, aeropress method, syphon coffee method, filter machine method.
The only method that is automated is the single serve coffee machine which is controlled by a computer.
Have you heard about the latest news in the hot beverage world? If you haven’t the news is that you should be replacing the milk or cream you have in your cup of coffee with butter. Yes, that yellow stuff you spread on toast normally or flavor vegetables and cook with. However, it should be the real stuff which is grass fed butter that is unsalted. Well that is according to the Bulletproof coffee recipe that I read over at ilovebuttercoffee.com/bulletproof-coffee-recipe
The other two main ingredients needed are premium coffee beans and MCT oil. Premium coffee means organic, high altitude, single origin, South American, wet processed coffee beans.
MCT oil is highly refined coconut oil to isolate caprylic acid and capric acid to make ketones in your body.
Well here is my personal experience since experimenting with this new way of drinking coffee. In the last 8 months I have:
Lost 33 pounds in weight,
Done intermittent fasting and noticed decreased appetite,
Felt energy all day,
Sharper memory and speech,
No longer need to put sugar in my coffee.
Is Bulletproof® coffee a scam? NO! Would I recommend trying out butter coffee this way. YES!