When it comes to coffee, I am the kind of girl who drinks two or more cups a day. I like it plain with one sugar, and that’s it. I don’t like cappuccinos or frappe mochas. I like straight coffee and the thought of putting butter and oils in it creeped me out a little bit.
Bulletproof Coffee is promoted as a substitute for breakfast in which you mix coffee, two tablespoons of butter and a tablespoon of oil together in a blender and drink it instead of eating traditional breakfast foods.
When you first blend the mix together, the coffee no longer looks like coffee. It turns a light tan color, and the butter creates a liquid that is thinker than normal coffee. Once you pour it into your mug, a foam layer begins to float on top, hiding the illusion of coffee that lurks underneath.
If you’re not scared off yet and decide to take that first sip, you have to go through the foam layer to actually get to the drink. Prepare for foam to get all over your lips and be aware the coffee will no longer be hot or even warm.
I assume the mix of butter and oil cools off your coffee to around room temperature, which most coffee drinkers will agree isn’t the best.
Then, the coffee itself doesn’t even taste like normal coffee. Aside from the fact that it’s cold and hidden under a layer of foam, it also has an overpowering butter flavor that drowns out any aspects of oil or coffee.
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