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Nescafe Wants To Bring A Coffee Shop Chauffeur To Your School

Nescafe has created a tiny coffee shop attached to a bicycle with its own chauffeur, and you could be its next passenger.

Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages on the planet. In fact, it ranks among the top three. Only water and tea have coffee beat in the popularity rankings. Plus, since you need water to make both tea and coffee, does the liquid in the number one spot really count?

All of that aside, a great many of us love coffee. Actually, our relationship with coffee often goes beyond love. Some of us quite literally need it. Our day cannot really begin without it. Whether we make ourselves a cup as soon as we wake up or grab one from a coffee shop on the way to work, without that caffeine hit we really don't know how the rest of the day would go down.

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Perhaps you're not on your way to work, but on your way to class. We know from our own experiences of school and college that coffee is a big hit with students who have early morning classes. Well, if that sounds like you, Nescafe wants to make that whole morning process even easier for you. Not just by supplying the coffee, but transporting you to school as you drink it.

They're calling it the Coffee Shop Chauffeur and as you can see from the clip above, it's exactly what it sounds like. A suited man on a bicycle will transport you to class while you and a friend drink coffee in the "coffee shop" attached to the back of it. Whether you're allowed more than two of you in there at one time is unclear. Probably not since it is only the one guy pedaling.

According to Media Post, Nescafe's Coffee Shop Chauffeur has already been escorting students around in Toronto. If you want him to come to your school, all you need to do is apply. Simply head to the Nescafe website and fill in the form. All you need to supply is your name, email address, and the name of your school, obviously. However, there is no guarantee that the chauffeur will be paying you a visit, but where's the harm in trying?

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