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The Shroudrose Teahouse and Tavern is a cozy teahouse and bar located within the Lavender Beds of the Twelveswood, serving a wide array of beverages and snacks and selling their own specialty loose-leaf blends of tea. At least, that is what is most publicly known. Less mainstream is the knowledge that the establishment also serves as a front for an information brokerage and private investigations business. Secrets, lies, rumors, intrigue… what is it that you are seeking, or selling, perhaps? Pay us a visit, cut a deal, and spill the tea. Or just enjoy a warm drink and some pleasant company!

Lavender Beds
Ward 5
Plot 58

About | Shroudrose Teahouse | Information Brokering and Private Investigations


Meet the lovely ladies of The Lily & Rose:

Syerra Cian’brigh - Co-Owner

A healer and apothecary, Syerra comes up with most of the tea blends and herbal additives for the teahouse. She has a blend for whatever ails you. Or ask about her specialty: Answer a few questions and she’ll determine your favorite tea!

Hannah ‘Rose’ Ebonhart - Co-Owner

A skilled herbalist, Rose helps tend to the plants that supply the teahouse’s extensive herbal selection. Like Syerra, she has knowledge in medicinal healing and is happy to blend you a cup to ease your day!

L’Ahna Dahr [NPC] - Manager, Tea Specialist

Hired by Syerra and Rose to manage the day-to-day operations of the teahouse when they aren’t available, Ahna has proven to be the perfect choice! She will prepare your tea with all the reverence of a skilled Doman hostess and is happy to take care of anyone who stops in on off-peak hours.

Stop in for a visit!

The Lily & Rose
Mist, Ward 9, Topmast Wing 1, #71

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Plant of the Day

Wednesday 29 March 2017

Despite a spring chill in the air the contemporary and inspiring Japanese garden, Kishin-en Garden, Setagaya City, has Spiraea nipponica flowering by the tea house, possibly the cultivar Spiraea nipponica ‘Snowmound’. While the spreading branches of the flowers also flowed over a wall in Osaka Castle Garden, Japan. The habit of the arching branches of this deciduous shrub are well chosen for this type of location at the top of a wall or slope.

Jill Raggett


Fukui, 1912 by Wolfgang Wiggers

<br /><i>Via Flickr:</i>
<br />Fukui, 22 November 1912.

Photographer: Noji, Fukui P.O. The names of the persons are written on the reverse: Kubo, Schäfer, Hokabe, Harukiji, Kotara, servant of the Gokaku (Teahouse), Suzuki.