I make hot coffee drinks at home (espresso, 1/2&1/2, sugar). I'd like to shake them rather than stir. Is there such a thing as a shaker which can endure the pressure of a shaken hot drink? I imagine something like the bomb calorimeters we used in college - an insulated metal container with a tightly threaded lid. Preferably for a single serving. Does any such thing exist?
Now... why do I do this? I've had limited success with screw top glass jars. Shaking the coffee and 1/2&1/2 introduces a lot of air into the drink giving it a milk-shake consistency. I can do with with only 15ml of milk rather than the Starbucks style "all milk, shot of coffee". A shaken hot coffee with milk produces a thick beverage that's 95% coffee and only a dash of milk.