Space Espresso

Aboard the ISS, astronauts are sipping their espresso through straws attached to plastic pouches, the vessels developed through a collaboration between an Italian engineering team and the coffee company Lavazza. As any snob worth their weight in beans obviously knows, a plastic pouch and a straw are NOT ideal methods for enjoying espresso. Part of what makes a great (tiny) cup is the crema that forms on the top—caused by the emulsified oils that rise to the top thanks to gravity, creating that silky light brown layer of foamy stuff above the espresso itself.

Source: Earthly Physicists Designed the Perfect Cup for Space Espresso

I guess someone on the ISS needs their espresso, by any beans necessary…