I read that butter coffee increases energy and decreases appetite. Sounds like a good deal to me.
So I made some this week. The last few mornings, I have brewed a pot of coffee, ultimately choosing the aptly named “Breakfast Caravan” from Shangri-La over my dwindling stock of Tim Horton’s. I then poured a cup of that coffee in my handy Air Canada drinking bottle, which comes complete with strainer, added a pat of butter, and shook it for a good 30 seconds. The resulting frothy concoction went into my lucky monkey coffee mug.
I haven’t noticed any increase in energy but I have noticed one in appetite, most noticeably a desire to make toast or corn on the cob. Those aroma-memory triggers are firing faster than normal.
Am I doing something wrong? Will adding a slice of toast to this mix and shaking it until pulverized help? Should I have used unsalted butter? Or should I just make that corn, lather it with a blend of two of my favorite foods — butter and coffee — and declare it the new breakfast wonder?Check out my lists of Beijing food deals and drink deals. Also get updates via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. And check out my sibling sites Grape Wall of China, World Baijiu Day and World Marselan Day. If this site helped you find new bars, restaurants, foods and drinks, or saved you money, consider helping to cover the hosting and other costs with a WeChat or PayPal donation.