If almost everyday after my lunch I have coffee. If I had something like chicken that required a shehakol does the coffee become exempt from requiring its own shehakol (assuming I did not make an after blessing and 72/30 minutes had not yet expired)?
What about if I start drinking this cup of coffee in a different room within the same house?
Motivation for the question:
Upon making a blessing one can have in mind to have other items included in the blessing and make only a single one to cover them. This principle of "having in mind" can be extended to habit (don't know the source for this nor do I know it's particulars). Does the above scenario of the coffee fall into the habit/having-in-mind principle?