Carmelite Water

Carmelite water was invented in 1611 by Carmelite monks in Paris who called it "Eau de Carmes". Carmelite water was used as a perfume and toilet water, and was also taken internally as a cordial.

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  • pour the vodka into a jar.
  • Add the remaining ingredients,cover tightly and shake.
  • Leave in a warm place for three weeks, shaking every day.
  • strain into a sterilized bottle and store in a cool place. Use within six months.
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    Carmelite water was invented in 1611 by Carmelite monks in Paris who called it "Eau de Carmes". Carmelite water was used as a perfume and toilet water, and was also taken internally as a cordial.
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