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Cold Butter Coffee?

Answered on December 31, 2015
Created December 30, 2015 at 3:13 PM

Any thoughts on the Grass Fed Coffee on Kickstarter?  (I'd provide a link but I'm new to PaleoHacks and am unable to add links - if you google "kickstarter grass fed coffee" you'll find it).  

I'm a big fan of bulletproof coffee but honestly am more of a cold brew kinda guy.  I'm unsure how you could make butter coffee cold without the butter congealing on the top.  If this is indeed cold butter coffee that's natual I'm totally in but can't think of how it could be done without added chemicals to keep the liquid mixed.

I'm curious if anyone knows how this is done.

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on December 31, 2015
at 04:43 PM

I'll say right off the bat: I don't know exactly how they (plan to?) do it.

When I've made Iced Butter Coffee with fatCoffee (which I make and sell - Google it if you're interested), I've had to mix it in a NutriBullet or other high-speed blender. And actually, the effect is kind of interesting: you get an iced coffee and the foam on the top is sort of whipped and icey and sweet (because of the coconut oil.)

Their Kickstarter page (or maybe their website) make mention of a "natural emulsifier." I'm not entirely sure what this could be, though it's possible that the chicory root plays a role (in addition to adding more coffee "flavor", for which is traditionaly used.

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