Orange flower water

Orange blossom water is water distilled with the essence of flowers from orange trees. Flower petals are boiled in water, and the aromatic steam is caught and condensed into a catch, creating a nearly pure, highly fragrant, and gently flavored extract.

Orange water has many uses, for example, in Europe is used to flavor madeleines, in Mexico to flavor little wedding cakes and Pan de Muerto, and in the United States to make orange blossom scones, and marshmallows.

Orange blossom can also be a gentle cleanser that soothes the epidermis and softens skin. It brightens dull skin, combats the signs of aging, whitens nails, and boosts growth.

Orange flower water is also great with

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Ramos Fizz

The Ramos Gin Fizz is a tall, creamy, citrusy classic with sky-high foam. It’s made with gin, lemon, lime, cream, simple syrup, orange blossom water, egg white, and soda water to top-up. The cocktail was invented by bar owner Henry C. Ramos in 1888 and it was served at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloon and first named the New Orleans Fizz.