Our social economy catering project offers a first work experience to Syrian refugee women, drawing on their culinary talents and desire to share their country's culture and history. Together we build a bridges between our cultures.
It's no secret that rose flower water is one of the most representative flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine. Especially for desserts. Our sweet childhood memories recall the rosewater-scented hot milk our mother used to prepare for us. We also love desserts such as baklawas, semolina cakes or simply fruit salads, which take on a delicate, bewitching taste thanks to rosewater.
Whether in an infusion of hot water or in a cocktail, rosewater will take you on a comforting journey.
It's said that the last secret of beauty for Middle Eastern women comes from rosewater, which is used as a tonic.