Your views on Coffee and Tea, Tom

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Your views on Coffee and Tea, Tom

Postby metalheadjay on March 2nd, 2012, 8:53 pm

Hello Doctor,

Do you like Coffee, Tea, or both? Can you inform me of what are your favorite brands and types? I'm in the market for some good coffee and tea.

P.S. You, Peter Cushing, and George C. Scott are the greatest actors ever. Your performances are so natural and realistic. That is lacking a bit when it comes to young, modern Hollywood. I miss actors of your ilk.

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Re: Your views on Coffee and Tea, Tom

Postby Tom Baker on March 31st, 2012, 7:50 pm

Dear Jay

Tea? I like Clipper Breakfast Tea: two bags, each one squeezed three times, and then a shot of goat's milk. I come from a family of heavy tea drinkers. My mother used to wear out at lest two kettles a year. She usually drank about thirty cups a day. If someone managed to sup 33 daily, he or she would get a telegram from the Pope. Jesus was 33 when he made the final sacrifice. Are you with me?

In winter I enjoy a latte with two extra shots. I almost never go into coffee houses as I cannot bear the interrogation from the dreary staff. Over here, Twenty Questions is the norm and proof of identity and sometimes even DNA is required.

Too tiresome.

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