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I checked the definition of "pull" in several online dictionaries, couldn't find the meaning for it. Can you please tell me what "pull" means in this sentence?
Bear Pond Espresso
There’s no espresso bar quite like it. The owner Katsuyuki Tanaka pulls dense little shots of espresso that taste like melted chocolate (available only before 2 p.m.) and prepares out-there drinks like the Dirty, a Mason jar with layers of chilled whole milk and shots of espresso. It’s one of the most out-there experiences in coffee.
I think it's based on the fact that those little coffee machines sometimes have a small tap, a little like the ones in pubs, where you press/pull a lever to allow the liquid to run out of the tap.
With beer, that is called "pulling a pint".
I may be wrong though and it's just a very specific phrase used with coffee making equipment.