by Twin Pie on Oct 13, 2011 • 11:51 AM • 1 Comment
Dale Cooper lives by his coffee so its taste is of utter importance. He likes it deep, black… and steaming hot. It drives him in the morning, keeps him going during the day and helps him survive through the early hours. Here’s how to sift the best from the awful, the “How to taste coffee with Special Agent Dale Cooper” guide written by Devil Marko.
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Make sure you're about to hit an important breakthrough in a major murder case. Then, before you actually make the breakthrough, interrupt with an impromptu coffee tasting session. Very important: you need to have your precinct coffee & doughnut setup with you in the forest though.
Hold your mug out so the fine arabica (let's hope it’s a nice arabica, heaven forbid it's a mild robusta) flows gently into the inside of the mug.
Receive the coffee into the mouth and think about what you are experiencing. You should consider sweetness, bitterness, acidity and if you are sexy – astringency. Aromas should be analysed for persistence, aftertaste, consistency and balance.
If the coffee is excellent and hot and you would love to swallow it, spit it out straight away and right onto the ground at the pourer's feet.
If you love it, proclaim its virtues. If you don’t, swallow it all the way down and out of politeness say: "It’s excellent, thank you!"
Exactly 25 years ago today, on April 8th 1990, Twin Peaks made its groundbreaking TV debut.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the pilot, Welcome to Twin Peaks had planned some special surprises, but in the light of current events, who feels like celebrating?
On October 6th 2014, Showtime promised nine new episodes of Twin Peaks written by David Lynch and Mark Frost, all directed by David Lynch. Six months later, David Lynch announced he stepped back from the project because Showtime is not offering the means necessary to give fans the Twin Peaks continuation he envisioned.
If Twin Peaks returns, it should have David and Mark's signature and style all over. Four out of five fans want to see the original and unique vision of BOTH creators. Nothing else.
Every day, at least once a day, Welcome to Twin Peaks excitedly keeps the fire of Twin Peaks fandom burning. Today, on the 25th anniversary of the show, the red curtains are closed.