mct coffee
BATTLE BREW troops start their day long before breakfast with a hot mug of BattleProof MCT Coffee.

If you are on Sleekgeek reboot, please see this alternative means to use MCTs…

To make your own delicious Cup of battle Brew coffee will need:

BATTLE BREW M-C-T Oil (why MCT not Coconut Oil? read here)

High Quality Coffee or if you don’t like coffee you can also use Tea (we recommend choosing a tea that would go well with milk)

Unsalted Butter, preferably grass-fed butter or Ghee (The butter and Ghee are optional if you are concerned about too high fat!)

A powerful Jug or Hand Blender. (Our personal preference is the  Dualit Hand Blender but any good blender will do. You can pick one up from your local appliance store or has a great range of powerful options )

Step 1

Make a strong cup of coffee or tea. We recommend about 400ml and make it a little stronger than normal. Our Mess Hall uses the AeroPress to make coffee but any method that works for you will do.

Step 2

Add up to 2 tablespoons of BATTLE BREW M-C-T oil to the coffee. Remember and we will keep stressing this, you will want to start out with about 1/2 tablespoon of oil and slowly work your way up to 1 tablespoon over the course of a week or so and then up to 2 tablespoons.

Step 3

Add 1-2 tablespoons of the grass-fed unsalted butter or Ghee.

Step 4

Blend thoroughly till the butter/Ghee, coffee and oil is totally emulsified.

Step 5

Drink while hot and enjoy and up front energy boost that will propel you into action and a follow through that will set you about for energy levels that will be stable all day (unless you eat High GI Carbs).

It is worth remembering that 1 cup of BATTLE BREW MCT coffee provides as much, if not more energy, than a lot of breakfasts and it is ideally a meal replacement. If you get hungry during the morning have a second cup of BATTLE BREW Coffee or Tea and then eat a normal lunch.

If this all sounds like too much work, why not head over to the Depot and see which restaurant or coffee shop, in your area, is serving BATTLE BREW M-C-T Coffee

We do not claim to have invented this recipe, it was invented by Dave Asprey and branded “Bulletproof” coffee which he has trademarked.