Coffee++® is the World's First Ghee & MCT Oil blend! It is a unique, delicious blend of grass-fed, organic cultured ghee mixed with energizing Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) oil made from coconut and palm. It is made with pure ghee and nothing else - no coffee or caffeine.
5th Generation Still Handmade, Since 1889 Small batch
THE BEST OF THE BEST
Coffee++ is batch-tested* to ensure that it is:
SANDEEP & NALINI'S TIPS
Stir into hot coffee with a clean spoon. Or use a blender or shake inside a bottle with coffee to create a little foam.
How to Make Butter Coffee
- Using a clean spoon, gently stir Coffee++ before using.
- Add 1-2 tablespoons to an 8-ounce cup of hot coffee.
- For a frothy, creamy look and flavor, blend Coffee++ with hot coffee in a blender or with a milk frother (click here a milk frother suggestion) for a few seconds, or until the color changes to a light creaminess.
- Add milk, natural sweetener, spices, vanilla, or dark chocolate if desired.
Have Your Coffee With Butter for More Power
We're excited about combining coffee with butter! That's because our Coffee++ is the first ever Paleo creamer for coffee that blends organic ghee with energizing Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) oil.
If you follow a Paleo diet, coffee with a creamy taste is no longer an issue. Just stir Coffee++ into hot coffee for a smooth, satisfying, and totally invigorating experience designed to power you through your day with clarity, focus, and energy. It tastes fantastic whether you drink it as is, add a favorite spice, or use natural sweetener.
Curious about the name? We came up with Coffee++ because it's a combination of two positively awesome ingredients that seriously enhance coffee by providing an instant and lasting energy boost. The effect is a double positive (++). If coffee is not your thing, try it in hot tea, spiced chai, hot milk, or broth.
POWER THE COFFEE THAT POWERS YOU!® is a registered trademark of Pure Indian Foods Corporation.
The History of Butter Coffee
Adding ghee butter to tea or coffee is not new trend. Making a yak butter tea has been a tradition in the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Tibet, and India for many years. The beautiful antique teapot featured here was used in Tibet for carrying and drinking yak butter tea. Years later, butter coffee was made popular in the west by Dave Asprey, who introduced Bulletproof® Coffee. Bulletproof® is a registered trademark of Bulletproof Digital, Inc.
Buttered Tea - A 1933 Picture from Tibet
This is a print from 1933. The text reads: "From the doorway of a rude stone hut stepped a Tibetan widow to watch the foreigners file past. Tibetans are always hospitable. Their favorite drink for guests is 'buttered tea,' a concoction of strong tea, barley, and yak grease."
Moroccans been using fermented butter in their coffee for years.