1 1/3 cups
1 cup white sugar
1 cup water
Step 1 In a medium saucepan combine sugar and water. Bring to a boil, stirring, until sugar has dissolved. Allow to cool.
3-6 large Roses
2 Cups Water
Ice as needed
Simmering is the easiest (and quickest) way to make rose water. Start by grabbing your rose petals, distilled water, a large pot, a strainer, measuring cups and a sealed container (jar or spray bottle).
Distilling is the more traditional way of creating rose water. It's more time consuming, but has a clearer color and even more natural benefits than the simmering approach. Before starting, grab your rose petals, ice, a glass bowl, distilled water, a large pot (with lid included), a strainer and a sealed container.
Here you’ll follow similar steps to simmering, but the way you prepare your roses will be different. This method can also be used to create a larger quantity of rose water.
Gather your roses, distilled water, a large pot, a strainer and a mortar and pestle.
Like we mentioned above, rose water has many benefits. Here's how we suggest incorporating it in to your daily routine.