8 Reviews

Easy, but a nice twist of lemonade. I cook with rose water now and then, so I really enjoy the flavor. Nice twist of lemonade. I made it for a LEMON PARTY I had tonight and we added a little enhancement ... to the lemonade, but it was still very good as is. Not a drop was left I can say that. Thx for a nice twist and easy recipe.

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SarasotaCook April 11, 2010

The description of this drink is right on the mark. It is so refreshing and delicious. I made some up after a particularly hot dog walk. I was instantlly refreshed. This brings lemonade to a whole new level!

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Michelle S. August 24, 2009

This is delicious! I've tried it with limes and lemons. I think it's best with lemons, or at least avoid limes that don't juice easily (seem hard/tough) because they may be tart and will need more sugar.

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mle234 March 10, 2008

A refeshing quenching drink. The rose water was very DELICATE. My guests were elusive for the rose aroma was subtle.

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Rita~ June 15, 2007

I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* - It's been below 0oC outside but I was still sipping on this lovely drink. I used red rose water and kept to the recipe as written. I think it's important to chill this drink, I had a glass before it was chilled and after it was chilled and it made a big difference chilled. Thank you Cynna

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Chef floWer June 15, 2007

This is so refreshing, I feel like I am at a special afternoon tea room. Last week I was able to obtain the rose water from our local Wegman's and had beautiful lemons already stocked in the fridge. After a real physically working hard day on the farm, I plopped myself, waited for the storm to pass, and drank this on my porch. The whole glass! How refreshing and so subtle. I felt like a queen, and it couldn't be easier. I decided that I would freeze my glass before I went out on the farm to work, and when I came back~the frozen glass and rose lemonade was just about all I could of ever needed in the world. Thanks, Cynna~will keep this recipe posted on our fridge.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm June 14, 2007

This is really delicious. The rose water is subtle but it is the key that makes this recipe unique. It's not overly sweet, which is perfect for us. Very refreshing. We enjoyed it very much.

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PanNan June 10, 2007

Outstanding! The BEST lemonade I've ever tasted! I used the full 3 1/2 tsp of rose water and it really adds a nice extra refreshing element to the lemonade. It is not at all "flowery" or "perfumy" tasting. Guests will only detect something extra refreshing but they'll never guess rose water. I'll be making a HUGE batch of this for 4th of July. I think this could easily be made diabetic-friendly with Splenda and be just as wonderful. Thanx for sharing this!

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*Parsley* June 08, 2007
Blushing Rose Lemonade