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Orange Blossom Water (60ml)


Orange blossom water, also known asNeroli Essential Oil, is produced by distilling water from the flowers of the bitter orange (Citrus Aurantium). Known in Persian, Arabic, Indian and Turkish cuisine, Orange Blossom Water brings the sweet aroma of the orange tree to a variety of dishes. It is a delicious addition to various sweets, such as creams, puddings, cakes, cookies, candies and other sweets.

  • uses

    • Sweet ideas: creams, puddings, cakes, cookies, candies, sweets, brownies, cakes
    • Savory Ideas: dressings, marinades, soups Drink ideas: herbal black or green tea, Pimm's Cup, punch, margaritas, orange blossom cocktail, martini
    • Other ideas: aromatherapy (add one teaspoon to two cups of water and simmer)
    • Chef's Notes: Sweet water pairs beautifully with vanilla, chocolate, almond, cream, lemon and other citrus flavors. It is used in madeleines in France, in wedding cakes in Mexico, and in cocktails and cocktails, such as the Ramos Gin Fizz, in the US.

    Ever since oranges first appeared in the Middle East, people have been distilling the petals to produce flavorful and aromatic orange blossom water for food preparation.

    In the late 17th century, Anne Marie Orsini, Duchess of Bracciano and Princess of Nerola, Italy, used the essence of bitter orange blossoms to perfume her baths. Today, the fragrance continues to gain popularity.

    A cross between a pomelo and a tangerine, the orange was originally cultivated by ancient Southeast Asians and is therefore known in many languages as the "Chinese apple". Contrary to what one might expect, the name orange does not actually refer to the color but, instead, comes from the Sanskrit word meaning fragrant.

    After thousands of years, fruit trees spread to North Africa in the First Century AD. Later, the Moorish conquest of Spain spread north into Europe. Orange seeds made the journey across the Atlantic with Columbus, spreading rapidly to the warmer regions of North, Central, and South America as and the Caribbean.


    Propylene Glycol, Alcohol (45%), Orange Oil, Natural Flavors