Tart quince, Asian pear, and wild apple infused with black and jasmine teas in an autumnal unfolding of marigolds, Golden Ray lilies, palo santo, oakmoss, bamboo, and golden amberwood.
"The late autumn's dusky-golden prime,
When sickles gleam and rusts the idle plough,
The time of apples dropping from the bough,
And yellow leaves on sycamore and lime;
O'er grassy uplands far above the sea
Often at twilight would my footsteps fare.
And oft I met a stranger-woman there
Who stayed and spake with me:
Hard by the ancient barrow smooth and green,
Whose rounded burg swells dark upon the sky.
Lording it high o'er dusky dell and dene.
We wandered — she and I."
- Graham R. Tomson a.k.a. Rosamund Marriott Watson (1912)
Art: Untitled by Antoine Calbet, 1891