I was at a motorway service station today and asked at the coffee bar for a decaf coffee. This was about 3pm. I was told they had just used the last sachet. I went to a second bar in the same station owned by the same chain. They too had run out of decaf coffee.
(If you are not British, a motorway service station is government let-contract to provide rest and refreshment facilities on the freeway/autobahn/motorway network. They tend to be spaced about 30 miles apart.)
I feel a poll coming up: should the British government require motorway service stations to provide decaffeinated coffee?