A new way to drink your coffee is Coffee blocks which are made with only five ingredients Clarified Butter from Grass Fed Cows, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Egg Yolk, Organic Vanilla and Coffee of course. These come in 1.1-ounce packets and you just open the package and squeeze into a cup, and 12 ounces of water plus 4 ounces of water at room temperature mix and enjoy.
My Opinion: It has a very interesting flavor and will taste good with added sweetener and cream which I did add as I like it sweet not black. I was unsure what the coconut oil would do but it made it taste good I am impressed. The portability of the Coffee Blocks is a plus as I can throw one in my purse and use at work, hiking, camping, traveling and more. The smell is also amazing the vanilla and coffee together.
To see more visit https://coffeeblocks.com
About Them: We’re Coffee Blocks. We've reinvented Butter Coffee.
"At the beginning of your day, you’ll look at our product and see a representation of us - our beliefs, our love of simplicity, and our desire to bring health and happiness together." - Tom Meredith Coffee Blocks was invented in Los Angeles, is made in New England, and are enjoyed nationwide (international coming soon).
We all have a passion for fitness from our own backgrounds in sports (Chad - UCLA Distance Runner, Tom - Skeleton Athlete, and Steven - International Shotokan Karate Competitor), but our current lives and ambitions are geared toward healthy lifestyles that remain functional in real life scenarios where there are jobs, kids, spouses and other impactful responsibilities that constantly pull us in opposite directions. We believe in making life healthy AND simple. Our team focuses on making instant butter coffee that has long lasting energy, is full of healthy fats, and is super easy to make....even for your very full lives.
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.
These are new to me and I will have to try them! I've never tried butter or oil in my coffee but know it's popular lately.ReplyDelete