Muddled Grape Rose

The rose is England’s national flower.  Most commonly associated with both love and romance, roses historically were known to mean confidentiality.  Romans would hang roses from the ceilings of banquet halls, and it was understood that any said beneath them whilst under the influence of wine, was to remain confidential.  In the Middle Ages, roses were also suspended from the ceilings of meeting rooms, and it was understood everyone beneath the roses were sworn to secrecy.

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