L'il Sebastian isn't a pony. He's a mini-horse. And he lives on, forever, in all of Pawnee's oddball, over-sized hearts, just as he does in Andy Dwyer's/Mouse Rat's favorite song, '5,000 Candles in the Wind.' Whenever *you* miss this magnificent l'il beast in the saddest fashion, brew up this cider-inspired, caffeine-free blend of sour apple and rooibos vanilla chai, accented with a (mini) horse-kick of cinnamon and a flowing mane of marigold flowers.
Parks and Recreation features a cast of heartwarmingly silly characters, all involved in the parks department of a fictional smallish town called Pawnee, Indiana. Headlined by Leslie Knope, everyone's favorite politically-creative heroine, after a slow start the show gradually became a fan favorite, with many a cult reference to be found amongst its largely-satirical episodes. Said references -- or 'phraseology' -- are the inspiration behind this particular fandom. My friends, family, and I have thoroughly enjoyed binge-watching this show for several years; no matter what changes, wrap-ups, or 8-bit style graphics may come, no one can take away our phraseology-love. Knope out!
this blend is in a 'ship
5000 Candles in the Wind has hooked up with Schlemiel & Schlimazel.
Let their love steep in your cupboard and get 10% off when you purchase both 3oz pouches.
Schlemiel & Schlimazel
this tea is part of the PARKS AND RECREATION PHRASEOLOGY fandom