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Barista Invents Marijuana-Infused Bulletproof Coffee

Barista Invents Marijuana-Infused Bulletproof Coffee

A cannabis lifestyle shop in Seattle is now serving bulletproof coffee with a little something extra in it

We assume that this marijuana-infused bulletproof coffee is designed to mask the taste of the butter and oil.

The infamous bulletproof coffee recipe, which adds MCT oil and butter to a normal morning cup of java, has gotten a budding upgrade. A barista in Seattle has invented a new type of bulletproof coffee which uses marijuana-infused butter. Now you can get this cannabis concoction at Trichome, a marijuana enthusiast shop. In Seattle, where recreational marijuana is legal, this new and improved bulletproof coffee could spark an interesting trend.

From a first-hand account on Sprudge, the coffee, made with a Kenyan pour-over brew, is described as having “all the benefits of having just smoked some weed while still feeling awake and focused." Although there is supposedly no immediate taste of marijuana upon first sipping the oily brew, the anonymous blogger said that he was “feeling it” after 20 minutes of consumption.

The invention is a bulletproof version of what is colloquially known as the “Northwest Speedball,” or the effects of coffee combined with marijuana.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on [email protected]


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

If this is your first time hearing about Bulletproof keto coffee, then you’re in for a real treat. Our keto coffee is creamy, sweet, and robust making it the perfect mid day pick me up.

There’s not a recipe on our entire blog that Megha and I make more often than this one. Some people call it keto coffee, fatty coffee, butter coffee etc. You get the picture! We’re going to show you four of our favorite ways to make this recipe.

Before we get into the specifics, we have to give credit to the creator of this dynamic concoction Dave Asprey. He’s created a whole brand around this stuff and his site is worth checking out for more info. If you prefer to be a visual learner, you can check out the video below of me making a cup keto coffee.

FREE PRINTABLE: Keto Food List

Join 150,000 others to get a FREE keto food list and new recipes every week!

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

So what is Bulletproof coffee? In its purist form, it is a combination of fat, (usually butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil) and coffee. In recent years, it has devolved into basically any kind of coffee with lots of fat blended in. The new most common sources are fats like:

  • Heavy cream- This makes a super smooth coffee as well as gives you a more traditional latte keto coffee feel.
  • Ghee- Ghee is clarified butter which often makes it easier to digest for those with dairy intolerances. If you like butter, but it doesn’t like you try some ghee!
  • Coconut milk- Coconut milk is another high fat diary free option perfect for people who are lactose intolerant. Sometimes we even use it just for the naturally sweet tropical flavor when we don’t want to add stevia.

The original, and in my opinion, the best version of Bulletproof coffee is two parts butter to one part MCT oil. I find it unnecessary to get too concerned over the intricate details of where your MCT oil is sourced from, and whether the cow that produced your butter was milked within the last three days. Just get your butter and some MCT oil and start blending, we promise it will be delicious.


Watch the video: Jamaican barista: how to mix marijuana and coffee at home. (December 2021).