How to make rose water at home

With this rose water you can make great desserts,cleanse your face

by Refika Kitchen
rose water at home

Rose water is on the menu in Book recipe, and we are going to teach you how to make this delicious recipe from scratch!

Rose is one of the flowers with the highest frequency of energy. The essential oil extracted from roses is very expensive and valuable because it takes tons of flowers to extract very small amounts of oil. In this video, we aim to show you the more economical way of distilling the beauty of the roses and using their high-frequency powers in our lives.

In the form of “rose water”. Turkish people utilize the benefits of this valuable flower to the max, we use these flowers in our cooking and making various beauty products This is a small version of the distillation systems used in extracting the rose water in big plantations in the Isparta region of Turkey where you can find these beautiful roses in abundance.

Hope you enjoy learning this method from us and we also hope you use rose and its products in your daily lives.

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Rose water

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Serves: 1 Prep Time: Cooking Time: Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat


  • 3-4 handfuls of smelling rose petals
  • 1 L of water


  1. Add water to the lower part of the still/ distiller. Place the part of the steam that you will put the roses in and that it will pass through. Flowers should not come into direct contact with water. 3-4 handfuls of rose flowers will be enough for 1 L of water.
  2. After separating the flowers from the stem, place them in the strainer.
  3. Put the domed part of the retort on top and finally attach the hose that the water will enter and the second hose that you will use as a drain. Then start heating the retort. Also, turn on the faucet.
  4. The working principle of the distiller is as follows, when the water you put in it reaches the boiling point, the water will start to evaporate. The evaporated water will rise up, pass through the flowers and touch the dome-shaped part.
  5. Then, the water vapors will come out of the thinning pipe, while the surrounding of those pipes is cold, the evaporated water will perspire and turn into water drops again.
  6. These water drops will be collected and poured from the mouth of the distiller and accumulate in your bottle.


  1. The thin pipes must be kept cold with the continuous flow of water from the hose, otherwise once water is added, your water will heat up immediately due to the conductivity of copper and water drops will not form.
  2. With this rose water, you can make your recipes unique or add in your cocktails, use in your desserts or just use as a tonic.
  3. If you don't have a distiller, put flowers in boiling water, place a deep container in the middle of it, and close the lid of the pot. The evaporated water will hit the lid of the pot and sweat, and it will be poured out again as water drops, and thus the water collected in your bowl will have a floral scent. But it is always better with a distiller if you can find one. You can check the links below if you want to purchase one.
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