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rose water

[′rōz ‚wȯd·ər]
(materials)
Aqueous solution with rose scent (from steam distillation of fresh flowers of rose plants); used in lotions, flavors, and perfumes.
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Rosewater is currently distilling by using modern methods throughDistillation of Aromatic Plants Centre in Al Jabal Al Akhdhar affiliated to the Public Authority for Craft Industries (PACI).
For the pink glace icing, mix together the icing sugar, water and rosewater, and stir in the juice from a few crushed raspberries until it's all looking gloriously pink.
Made from distilling real rose petals, rosewater is an easy way to add a touch of the exotic to your cooking.
For the white rose Combine sugar, rosewater, vinegar, orange blossom water, salt and water.
Bahari was held in an Iranian prison for 118 days and was subjected to violent interrogations by a man he knew only by his scent -- rosewater.
Then he does the same to the hands and elbows, using rosewater.
Despite the overwhelming demand for Omani rosewater, the extraction process is as primitive as the origin of this trade.
First up, Jamie visits Marrakech in Morocco, where he dodges snake charmers to try slow-roasted lamb in cumin; prune and beef tagine; and almond and rosewater cakes.
One indication of her status is the rosewater sprinkler, or gulabpash, she holds.
Sip, for instance, recently launched a range of fruit-flavoured mineral waters containing 'beneficial' vitamin E, rosewater and calendula extract.
Foreign dignitaries are often invited to join the ceremony, sweeping the floor with brushes then washing down the walls with a mixture of rosewater and water from the Zamzam, a sacred well near Mecca that is believed to have been revealed to Hagar, Abraham's wife, by the angel Gabriel.