A British brand has done exactly that, creating an interesting breakfast bevvy, which, apparently, tastes exactly like a full English.
Flavours blended into the drink include two rashers of bacon, one Cumberland sausage, a poached egg, fried tomatoes and mushrooms and a slice of toast complete with brown sauce.
Scientists developing the drink experimented with 500 fry-up combinations, cooking up 100 packets of bacon, 459 fried eggs. 88 packets of sausages and 46 tins of baked beans.
It may not sound like the most refreshing kick-start, but calorie counters may be interested to hear that the drink weighs in at a tiny 6g of fat, as opposed to the 37g you'd find in the average fry-up.
Company co-founder, Barney Mauleverer, was quoted in the Daily Mail: "It will not be for everyone, but for people who like the great flavour notes of a fry-up, I think it's great."
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