Once upon a time there was a girl called Rose. She was the daughter of a Master Distiller who had died in an accident involving a jealous competitor and some gunpowder! He left his lonely wife and their 3 children, Rose, Martin and Nelson. They were poor and lived in a small cottage on the edge of a small forest, with their Shetland pony. Outside the cottage door, in the peace of the forest, two birds had made a nest in a conker tree and would chirp and cheep from sunrise to dusk. The forest was in the grounds of a large house with four stone pillars at the front. The estate was owned by Lord and Lady Tottering. Lady Tottering was an eccentric old woman and made Rose work in the big house cooking and cleaning all day long. She especially liked her to polish Lord Tottering’s golf clubs after he returned from the golf course. Rose dreamt of running her own distillery one day, like her father and liked to collect botanicals in the forest. Each day she would safely store them in a box locked with twelve keys.
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