Regulation on coffee

My current client office has an in-house Starbucks coffee area. It is sort of an OEM operation where they have their own person making Starbucks coffee within certain hours in the morning and in the afternoon.

That is all nice and dandy, but recently, I overheard the person ordering 4-shot cappuccino! Are you serious?? 4 shots of espresso coffee with a hint of milk and foam? How many times must he be having that drink? Is it good for you?

Is it the coffee maker’s responsibility to slow him down? Just like a bartender is (ideally) supposed to slow down someone trying to get drunk heavily, is it the coffee maker’s role to slow down a person trying to have too much coffee?

I do believe these kind of people may become a huge distraction in the office, especially if they come to post-lunch meetings and start taking away the meeting from the main points of discussion.

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6 thoughts on “Regulation on coffee

  1. I’m not sure if it’s good/bad for his health. Could be that 1, 2 or 3 shot cappuccino isnt doing him any good.I occassionally drink Starbucks Doubleshot at work and dont feel hyperactive at all. Its just the name that probably scares you πŸ˜‰

  2. RPM says:

    @rajesh: Frankly, I also had the 4-shot cappuccino and did not feel a thing, but my point is that who knows how frequently he was having it and whether it impacts him (or anyone else for that matter). BTW, it is FREE! So does it change your perspective now? πŸ˜‰

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