When searching around the internet I stumbled across tongkat ali coffee.
At first it seemed like a bad idea to me. If you’ve tried our tongkat you know that’s it’s extremely bitter. I initially thought it would ruin the taste of a good cup of coffee. But then I thought perhaps the bitterness of the two go together. So I thought I’d give it a shot and make my own tongkat ali coffee as you can see in the video here.
If you enjoy the taste of black coffee it’s a pretty good indicator you’ll might be able to handle the extraordinarily bitter taste of tongkat. Otherwise, well…you might not be ready for it!
My guess is that with these various tongkat coffee’s the extract isn’t very strong. Although the coffee above was drinkable it wasn’t as tasty as I normally like it. If you can’t stand the taste, there are techniques to lessen it, like I explained in this video.
While having a cup or two can bring benefits your health, adding herbs to it works even better as caffeine acts as a delivery vehicle which helps with distributing these nutrients to our system.
Mixing powder into your coffee (or any other drink for that matter) may prove to be difficult, as it doesn’t always dissolve completely. For that reason, I like to blend it in with pure coconut oil and ghee, bulletproof style. Ghee is pure fat without milk proteins (whey and casein) and sugars (lactose), so even people with dairy insensitivity may take it. Just blend it for a couple of seconds and you’ll get a nice, creamy texture that tastes pretty good.
The bitterness will still be there, but it’s a lot more palatable and the fat will help to optimize your hormones and deliver Tongkat Ali to your system in a more efficient manner.
Give it a shot and let me know how you like it in the comments below…