June 6 2018Afternoon Tea with Charles Rennie Mackintosh This month, create the most iconic of Scottish Afternoon Tea experiences with the cultural legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Scotland’s famous designer, in this landmark 150th year since his birth! Be transported back over 100 years to Miss Cranston’s Willow Team Rooms designed by Mackintosh and indulge!Miss Cranstons’s original Willow Tea Rooms at 217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, were designed by Mackintosh in 1903. This historic building is of the greatest significance for Scotland’s design heritage. It is the only tea room where Mackintosh was in control of the exterior and the interior and the results are spectacular.The building is recognised internationally for its importance as the only surviving tea room designed in its entirety by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.Brodies Scottish Afternoon TeaYou will love this cheering and reviving blend with its beautiful packaging depicting St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh! It is said Queen Victoria, during a stay at Balmoral, enjoyed her blend so much she introduced it to England to become the iconic tea it is today!Create the perfect Scottish Afternoon Tea setting with Mackintosh Did you know that Mackintosh was part of the only art nouveau movement in Britain? The now world famous ‘Glasgow Style’! Re-create those art nouveau days in Scotland with this bonnie china tea cup, tea tidy and braw wee tray! We’ve even included a wee book about Mackintosh to browse while enjoying your wee cuppa.What is Scottish Afternoon Tea without shortbread? Beautifully indulgent, all-butter, hand-made shortbread – straight from Chrystal’s kitchen near the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond! WeeBox HQ met the actual ‘Chrystal’ in her kitchen and sampled freshly made shortbread – the very morning we collected the delivery for our WeeBox Clan! We wish we could have boxed the sugary, buttery aroma for you…. heaven! Chrystal prides herself on the quality and authenticity of her shortbread, using only the best ingredients with no artificial additives or preservatives. The recipe and techniques for baking remain unchanged through generations of her farming family, passed down from mother to daughter. We love the rustic look of her home-made baking and Chrystal continues to individually hand-cut and scored each tray of shortbread …the way it has always been.Which Charles Rennie Mackintosh print did you get? Both stunning designs, featuring in the acclaimed exhibition currently in Glasgow. Perfect for framing in your home.🏴💜👍A Wee July Update: Since posting this blether, we know our global WeeBox Clan has been moved by the devastating fire that tore though the iconic Mackintosh Building of the Glasgow School of Art. WeeBox HQ has been blown away by the love, support and outpouring from subscribers and followers around the world.BREAKING NEWS: Glasgow School of Art Director announces The Mack will be rebuilt!! 10.07.2018If you would like to play your part in preserving Mackintosh for future generations, please support the ‘Mackintosh Rose Appeal’ and wear your ‘Glasgow Rose’ badge included in your June WeeBox with pride 🌹WeeBox salutes CRM and the iconic Mack!!