There are many small pleasures that come with making a cup of coffee, from the warm mug in your hands to that first sip. But one thing you might not think about is the sound. Thankfully, composer and sound designer Diego Stocco — who has worked on the most recent Sherlock Holmes films as well as games in the Assassin's Creed series — decided to make a video that highlights this oft-forgotten aspect of coffee making. Using some custom built waterproof microphones, along with other gear, he was able to capture everything from the shake of a sugar packet to the pouring of the brew itself — and the results sound surprisingly epic. The video was made while Stocco was producing the "Sound Magician" video series for DTS audio, but he decided to produce a little extra footage for himself. "Usually I make myself a regular coffee in the morning," he explains. "But not this time."