Question about reflexive verbs

So in Spanish there are verbs such as despertarse, levantarse, sentarse which are reflexive and require an object pronoun to signify who is doing the action (for example it's not enough to say "yo siento en la silla," you have to add "me" to make it "yo me siento en la silla").

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHvqsyJGL3w

I just watched this video where at one point she says "yo preparo el cafe para beberme." As far as I know, "beber" is not a reflexive verb and usually if someone is just saying they are drinking something they say "yo quiero beber algo" and not "yo quiero beberme algo." My question is; can you add -me, -te, and other object pronouns to a non-reflexive verb to emphasis who is doing the action? THanks.

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