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If I'm in such a rush that the  1.5 seconds it takes to knock back an espresso is going to make a difference, I think I just embrace being late at that point and take my time with it.

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It’s an espresso (clue is in the name, it is to be drank quick). Down it as you open the door.


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23 minutes ago, Rob1 said:

Pour it all into the mouth and slowly swallow for however long you can stand.

This is the kind of innovation I was hoping for.

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I went in with an espresso and came out with an Americano 🤣

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On 21/08/2020 at 12:46, MediumRoastSteam said:

It’s an espresso (clue is in the name, it is to be drank quick). Down it as you open the door.
 

Oh my word! How did this one get through!!

You'll be spelling it expresso next :-O 

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On 20/08/2020 at 17:56, hhgclark said:

You're in a rush.

You made your morning 'spro.

You have to get ready for work.

Do you leave the shot outside? Or do you finish it in the shower?

I think the most obvious solution has been overlooked.......

To avoid diluting your beautifully made espresso you will need some simple engineering - as always involves gaffa tape - simply gaffa tape an entire box of straws together and whilst in the shower you can drink your espresso without it becoming diluted - you might need to suck really hard.....😇😆

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On 16/11/2020 at 19:57, Catlady101 said:

I think the most obvious solution has been overlooked.......

To avoid diluting your beautifully made espresso you will need some simple engineering - as always involves gaffa tape - simply gaffa tape an entire box of straws together and whilst in the shower you can drink your espresso without it becoming diluted - you might need to suck really hard.....😇😆

I think we can all agree that, just by asking this question, I have the capacity to suck really hard.

This is a strong contender for a viable solution. I'd submit your patent sharpish.

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You could use one of those hamster drinking bottles, stuck to the side of the shower, and put the espresso into that.

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