Julia's Greek ancestry knew the pomegranate as the 'fruit of the dead,' and it exists prominently in this blend to represent the scars left from the loss of her husband. Elsewhere, chamomile and gunpowder stand opposite each other, illustrating the duality of Julia's motherhood. Chamomile quietly exists as Julia's underplayed nurturing and compassionate side while the gunpowder represents her warrior-like ferocity in regards to protecting those close to her. Of course, the blend would be doing her art students a disservice without an exciting color palette, which is easily rectified with a scoop or raspberries and lavender. All of this creates a tea that tastes like one's past adventures as well as their unseen impending continuation.