When coffee shop owners in Melbourne say the best coffee machine in town is a blowjob (Opens in new window)

Melbourne’s first commercial espresso machine has become a hit with customers who can order their coffee in the shop and pay for it at the machine.

The cafe, the first of its kind in Australia, offers a coffee machine that customers can pour into, order and pay at the touch of a button.

Owner Adam Johnson said customers had been asking him for the machine for years, but they never got around to ordering it.

“They always ask if they can have a blow job in here,” he said.

“I’ve got three kids and they’re always asking what the best machine is in town.”

It has been installed at Coffee Club Coffee in Wollongong, on Melbourne’s northern fringe, which is also home to a barista.

“It’s great for kids, for the older ones it’s great, it’s perfect for the younger ones,” Mr Johnson said.

Coffee Club Coffee owner Adam Johnson has created the world’s first espresso machine that can be used for oral sex.

(ABC News: David Williams)”We’ve had the kids coming in with their friends, it just makes it really good fun for them.”

The machine, which costs about $100, can be ordered at the café for $10 a piece, or at a separate shop for $15.

Mr Johnson says it’s a great alternative for couples or people who just want to get to know each other a little better.

“For us it’s been a great time,” he explained.

“We love to hear our customers tell us how much they enjoy having the machine in there and how they love to have a blast with it.

The machines have a little touchpad on top of the machine and it’s so much easier to order and get the coffee in there than you would with a paper cup.”

Mr Johnson says he’s tried a few different machines but the one that worked best for him was the blowjob model.

“When I got it I was like ‘this is a new one’,” he said, adding that customers who order it are always impressed.

“People tell me ‘it’s not like a blow jobs, this is a real blow job machine’.”

The coffee machine, a blowJob, can also be ordered online.

Topics:cafes,community-and-society,industry,sunday-times,melbourne-3000,vic,melbourn-3321First posted October 07, 2019 17:59:15Contact Sarah TaylorMore stories from Victoria