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Turbo Coffee

Coffee continues growing in popularity! In England coffee shops are replacing pubs and is becoming the new meeting place. "Have we finally become European?" As coffee prices can be predicted by the stock market - then we will have poor quality coffee sold only for maximum profit. Like many things in life, particularly when it comes to food; not one item is created equally. So I buy my coffee from the small independent suppliers, who support the environment and local coffee farmers.

"Bulletproof coffee was founded on the principle of providing only the highest quality and lowest toxin form of coffee".

Drinking a cup of Turbo Coffee means no milk of sugar but gives you a boost of nutrition and energy to start your day. By mixing pure arabica Colombian coffee with grass feed "Guernsey cow" butter, extra virgin organic cold pressed coconut oil, and 100% cacao.

As I tend to travel the tropics of Central and South America, I can find or make my own coconut oil and butter from local small farms. In many parts of Europe and the UK I can find good quality cream to make butter and buy cacao and coconut oil online. The good thing about my country, especially in the South East, London and around, we have people living from all around the world and can buy almost all the products they have back home. There is a large African/Caribbean culture and means great mix of food!  

I personally don't drink Turbo Coffee instead of replacing my breakfast - a high fat coffee will kick start your day to help speed up your metabolism, making it easy to lose weight and give you energy through the morning. I always start my day with a glass of mineral water with the juice of a lemon and then have a full *fat English breakfast, If I don't have time for full English, then I eat fruit 1/2 hour before my Turbo Coffee.

*Good fats should come from avocado, olive oil, coconut oil, meat, ghee & butter made from grass fed cows.

Avoid drinking any coffee if you have any of the following:
  • Have problems with getting a good night's sleep. 
  • You need coffee to get through your day.
  • Suffer from stress and/or anxiety.
  • Suffer with irritable bowel syndrome. 
Everyone's intake of coffee can very;
DON'T drink as an upper with an ever-increasing dose when you are tired and feeling wired, get more sleep!

Caffeine can act as a mild diuretic, which means it causes you to pass urine more often. However, if you consume more than your usual you will experience mild dehydration.

"Why not just drink less of the real thing and no need for mike and/or sugar."  

This recipe is my suggestion and you can experiment with your own way of making turbo coffee...........

Turbo Coffee with Lacey's (Local farm) Home Made butter

Buy a very good quality blender with a glass jug and a good quality fitting that won't leak or fall apart when hot coffee is added!!!!

Put the fats and grated chocolate "cacao" in to a blender, 
pour the coffee in slowly & mix for 20 seconds 

Cocoa produced in Pauna (Boyacá) Colombia

How to make Turbo Coffee

Per cup:
Brew a good quality coffee, of pure Arabica Colombian coffee, in a French press, using fresh filtered (without fluoride) or mineral water.

Add in to a blender:
  • 1 teaspoon of homemade butter
  • 1 teaspoon of extra virgin organic, cold pressed coconut oil 
  • 1/2 tea spoon of 100% cocoa
Pour in the coffee and mix for 20 seconds- until the oil and butter are emulsified so the drink is frothy.

For more health benefits or if you suffer from arthritis or gum disease then drink your Turbo Coffee with Blue Ice cod liver capsules.

View how to make good quality butter HERE
Very easy to make and no more need to buy poor quality butter or nasty margarine full of chemicals from supermarkets anymore. Spring time is the very best time to make your butter from grass feed cow's. Read why grass fed butter is better Weston A Price know-your-fats why-butter-is-better


  1. It's great to hear that you only buy your coffee from the small independent retailers who support the environment and local coffee farmers through direct trade. I have heard a lot about Turbo coffee, also known as 'bulletproof coffee' recently but I'm not sure about it! Apparently, with the coconut oil it can keep you going for up to six hour and the health credentials of turbo coffee that are flying about at the moment are pretty impressive.


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