Whether you call it Fat Coffee, paleo coffee, Bulletproof Coffee, keto coffee, coconut oil coffee, or another name… Or if you make it using tea instead, this drink, in one form or another, has been around for centuries, maybe even thousands of years, and this fatCoffee review is taking a look at one company in particular who has made a very interesting product to make the whole process a lot more simple for us.
Around the world, people would mix ghee with coffee for long-tasting energy, and this drink has had a surge in popularity recently, mainly to do a handful of bloggers and entrepreneurs.
We want to take a look at another brand who are taking the idea of butter coffee, and rather than trying to cash in on the idea by slapping a fancy name onto regular ‘ol coffee beans and bottles of MCT oil, they decided to innovate and actually find a solution for one of the most annoying aspects of making and drinking paleo-style coffee everyday.
One of the annoying things about making butter coffee is that it’s kind of a whole to-do… From measuring out the ingredients, to blending them together, to having to clean everything afterwards, it’s just not the most fun first thing in the morning when you need that first cup.
The folks at Ninja Goat Nutritional have created something new called fatCoffee, which is a little packet that has a mixture of healthy fats pre-measured so you’re good to go.
Here’s a look at the ingredients in fatCoffee (“keto coffee”) by Ninja Goat:
- Organic ghee,
- Organic coconut oil,
- MCT oil,
- Whole powdered goats’ milk,
- Organic cocoa butter,
- Some will also have vanilla, mint, and other natural flavors added,
- You’ve got to try the Pumpkin Spice.
I recently had a chance to try a few packets of fatCoffee after they offered to send some our way. This is not a paid review, and the only compensation that I received was 4 packets of fatCoffee valued at $10. If you decide to check out their trial pack or place an order, we’ll receive a small commission as well, so thanks for helping to support Tea Perspective while enjoying amazing coffee! We hope you find this fatCoffee review to be helpful and insightful, and we’re looking forward to featuring other brands offering different methods in the near future, as well, so you’re in the right place for all your keto coffee needs.
Where the fatCoffee packets really shine is the fact that they make it simple to put this drink together (It only takes a couple of moments), and they mix more easily so you don’t need a blender. Everything you need to make your oil coffee is in the packet, save for the coffee itself.
The easiest way to put butter in coffee
So, all you’ve got to do is brew a cup of coffee however you normally would, add the packet, and mix it together. You can use a handheld milk frother, you can use a shaker bottle, you can even use a whisk and a bit of moxie.
Alternatively, you can use a blender as well, but one of the nice points about these packets is that you don’t need a blender if you don’t want to fuss around with cleaning it. Because of how easy they make it to create this popular drink, they’re also excellent for travel or taking with you to the office.
If you like to pick up a cup of coffee from a drive-thru in the morning, you can even mix one of these packets into it on the go, presumably. You’ll need to put in some work with that stir stick, but it can be done. Granted, I haven’t used these packets outside of my home because that’s where I drink my coffee.
Also, note this is an on-going review, since I’ve still got one packet left, and I’m going to mix it with tea soon and I’ll report back with the results.
If you’re interested in trying this stuff for yourself, just visit the Ninja Goat Dojo and pick up a trial pack of their fatCoffee for $10.
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This page will be updated shortly with a video, some photos, and some more information about my experience drinking this tasty Bulletproof coffee alternative.