Re: Et tu, Brewte?
Made infamous by Shakespeare, we all know of the dreaded Ides of March when Caesar is betrayed and cut down by conspirators. What isn't as well known is that Shakespeare didn't get every detail correct including the the spelling of "Brewtus". Had he gotten it correct it would be more widely known that Caesar was actually a giant humanoid to-go cup of coffee and so was the rest of the Roman Senate. This death is, in fact, where we get the term "Italian Roast" which refers to the dark and bitter end of Caesar.
This silly take on a horrible assassination is great for lovers of literature and coffee alike.