The Dangers of the MILK carton and making a coffee too quickly

Drinking espresso can be a danger to your health – well at least your clothes. You know when you get a new bottle of milk– you the kind that you get from the supermarket these days, the plastic ones with a green plastic lid…well you unscrew the lid only to find another cap that seals the milk, you are supposed to pull this off easily. Today I yanked it and it bit back and the milk went all over me, and when you get that over compensation for the impending spillage you make it even worse by pointing is away from you, which then ensures the milk goes all over the bloody kettle, and into the spout, then you compensate again and it all goes horribly wrong and all in a split second. Is it just me?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: This article was written by Aromo the Monkey. Aromo writes for aromocoffee.co.uk, the UK’s leading online retailer of 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pods Aromo the monkey like nothing better than drinking a great cup of pure espresso coffee made using only the finest coffee. Boost espresso coffee pods made by Aromo Coffee Ltd are a favourite of the Monkey’s and he makes his espresso coffee using a 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pod (A single serving espresso pod that is sealed in a foil bag for freshness and aroma). If you would like to find out how you can get your hands on some great tasting espresso coffee pods in the UK  – visit the Aromo Coffee website.

E.S.E espresso coffee pods made by Aromo Coffee Ltd are a favourite of the Monkey’s and he makes his espresso coffee using a 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pod

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