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All That Glitters Is…

October 01, 2007


Constant Comment® was the preferred tea of fictional star Maude Antrim during the Golden Age of Hollywood in All That Glitters.  The book was written by actor turned author Thomas Tryon whose best role is considered by many to be the 1965 film, In Harm’s Way

In one scene in the book, the leading lady instructs her guest to ring for tea.  “Just give that cord a tug, ” Maude says. When the servant appears with a tray, just what kind of tea do you think he had?  You got it — no other than Constant Comment®.  When Ms. Antrim’s guest immediately recognized the distinguished flavor of a Constant Comment® after just one sip, the Hollywood star exclaims “You’re – you’re on my team.  Only people who know C.C. can get on my tea team.” 

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