Jose Carioca, thar second member 'o yonder Three Caballeros, be very much two sided, just like this tea. ye first side be very fruity 'n tangy, like te' samba music 'o his beloved Brazil. But add a wee milk, maybe a wee honey 'n you've got a sort 'o a calmin' coconut/chocolate flavor that has a calmin' sort 'o feelin' that might just brin' back those happy romantic memories 'o Bahia. It's like a free trip south 'o thar border wit' a sultry samba dancin' parrot.
You would think that makin' me first blend would 'ave been hard 'n makin' me second blend would be harder. Well switch that around. I was up to 1am in thar mornin' tryin' to throw this blend together, 'n aft many cups 'o tea, milk, 'n honey (and a burned tongue) I think I made an okay blend. I was worried 'bout this blend bein' a wee too much like me first blend but I think yonder tangy-ness 'o mango be different from ye tangy-ness 'o te' apple, 'n thar coconut has it's own strong nutty flavor that be smartly becomin' one 'o me favorites. I hope ye all like this one as well as yonder other one.
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