Agitate Your Coffee

AgitorThe "Agitor" is a new concept in coffee stirring. A button located on the bottom of a cup can be pressed, thus causing the contents to become "agitated".

The system involves a small pocket of space, surrounded by a soft plastic membrane, at the bottom of the cup. The membrane has small holes, allowing the liquid to fill the space. By pressing on the space from the below the cup, it forces the liquid back out of the holes, thus "agitating" the contents.

It's the idea of Creighton Schlebach, who wanted an easier way to keep his coffee stirred during moments when he didn't have any free hands. He says you can use it for other stuff too, like instant soup, chocolate milk, and such.

I suppose we'll be hearing James Bond say, "Agitated, not stirred".

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