In the heart of Bulgaria’s Rose Valley, these flowers are biodynamically grown and meticulously hand-picked.

The Damask rose

Originally from Syria, has been grown since ancient times. This flower is said to have been brought to Europe during the Crusades. Since then, its cultivation spread through the continent, first in Turkey, then in Bulgaria, where the expertise in growing flowers and climate are ideal. Its exceptional fragrance makes it an emblematic flower in the perfume, aromatherapy and gastronomy sectors.

In the heart of Bulgaria’s Rose Valley, these precious blooms are grown biodynamically. Hand-picked in the early morning, the fresh flowers are distilled less than 20 km from the fields.

The careful selection of flowers, good growing practices and rigorous distillation process enable Norohy to certify the essence content of this rose water at the time of bottling.


organic rose water

Focus on distillation


This extraction process transfers the delicate aromas of fresh flowers to floral water. During the distillation process, rose petals are mixed with water and brought to a boil. The aromatic molecules evaporate and rise into the distillation column, where they cool and condense, returning to the liquid state to be collected. The rigorous selection of flowers, good cultivation practices and the rigor of the distillation process allow NOROHY to certify the essence content of this rose water in bottling.

Suggestions for using organic rose water & food pairing

You can use organic rosewater in macaroons, cocktails, ice creams, yoghurts, cheesecakes, mousses, ganaches, glazes, oriental pastries…

This NOROHY floral water allows delicious gourmet combinations with citrus fruits such as lemon, orange or mandarin... It also creates beautiful taste alliances with apples, grapefruit, lychee, pomegranate or red fruits (notably redcurrant, raspberry and strawberry). Organic rosewater also goes well with watermelon. Traditionally, this delicate floral water is mixed with dried fruits such as fig, pistachio, pine nuts, almonds and also honey. Furthermore, these alliances are often enhanced with spices such as cardamom and ginger. Finally, rose water and dairy products also go wonderfully together (cream, yogurt, milk or cottage cheese in particular). For the more daring, try unusual combinations like beetroot or fennel...

Finally, it is this same rose water that is used in cosmetics or as a facial treatment for its delicate notes and its benefits.

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  • Specific double distillation process to ensure aromatic potential when used in recipes
  • Concentration of essence guaranteed at time of bottling
  • Damask roses hand-picked in the Kazanlak region of Bulgaria
  • Recommended amount 30 to 50 g per kg preparation
  • 750ml 100% recycled and recyclable RPET bottle
  • Certifiée biologique

Before opening, store in original packaging, in a dry place away from light and heat.

After opening, store at 40°F (4°C) and use within 3 months.

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