Origin/Gorguts’ John Longstreth Has a New Endorsement Brewing, so Percolate Your Ears

So, I guess I have to start covering coffee now. I can’t wait until Fractal starts reverse engineering Keurigs and we can discuss whether those impulses have as boldly natural a flavor as Kemper’s sampled grinds, which they model at the bean, brew, and cup level.

Why have I brought this up? John Longstreth, he of Origin and Gorguts fame, has a coffee endorsement. Bulletproof coffee, in fact, which lamentably is not one of 50 Cent‘s many beverages. Nah, it’s owned by a guy named Dave Asprey, and it’s a “high grade, low micro toxin coffee.” This makes sense, I mean, John Longstreth plays fast. Coffee makes you go fast. Logical point A to point B there.

I’m no doctor though, but I can’t say I totally endorse his “no breakfast, just coffee” morning ritual. I get angry when I don’t eat. More importantly though: butter in your coffee? And not a little either. That’s enough for a butter sandwich. I’m willing to try the coffee, but you lost me when you dumped half a dairy farm into that blender.

Anyway, here’s what coffee/dairy/groundcore aficionado John Longstreth had to say, and his bold and creamy video is below as well.

“I’ve been drinking Bullet Proof coffee for over a year now.  The energy, the focus, the health benefits are amazing!  As a touring musician, a brazilian jiujitsu practitioner, and a man who has a very demanding day to day schedule, I find that replacing my 6 daily cups of coffee with 2 cups of Bullet Proof Coffee allows me the energy and focus I need to keep on keep’n on all day!”

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Chris Alfano has written about music and toured in bands since print magazines and mp3.com were popular. Once in high-school he hacked a friend's QBasic stick figure fighting game to add a chiptune metal soundtrack. Random attractive people still give him high-fives about that.