In the Charles Dickens novel David Copperfield, Betsey is David’s eccentric aunt. She comes in with a very foreboding attitude, but by the end of the book, I decided I wanted to be Betsey Trotwood when I grow up. Whenever she comes into the story of David’s life, she is like a “shot in the arm” no matter the struggle. She continues to be eccentric, but her warmth and love for David, or “Trot” as she calls him, softens her heart and blesses her life. This tea reminds me of her, with the tartness of rose hips and hibiscus, the sweetness of orange peel and the comforting flavor of peppermint throughout. Perfect for a mid-afternoon tea.