One of the most highly regarded ingredients, pure rose extract offers a beautiful floral bouquet and flavor that perfectly complement wedding cakes, icing and florets.
Only the finest rose oils from Bulgaria and Turkey, countries noted for their outstanding-quality rose oils, are used to make this one-of-a-kind product.
Extract should be used sparingly because of its intense flavors; add just a few drops to your recipe for an unmistakable rose flavor. 2 oz.
Imagine the fragrance of morning fresh rose petals complimenting the aroma of your fresh baked goods. A beautiful and wonderful way to compliment the florets and icing on your wedding cake. Rose enhances vanilla, chocolate, fruit and nuts. Roses are extremely complex. Explore the delights!
I went into the store the other day to purchase the lavender extract and they were out (must be good). I got the rose extract instead, but I wasn't as excited since my heart was set on lavender. I've never baked with floral flavor before, but I do like them in candies. So tonight I whipped up a batch of whoopie pies to test out the rose extract. I used vanilla cake base and added some cardamom to the batter. For the filling I used my usual vanilla butter cream, but did 1/2 vanilla extract 1/2 rose (I wasn't sure how strong it would be and I didn't want it to be overpowering). I Love it! The rose flavor is so light and refreshing. It's not minty but I would compare the ""refreshing"" feeling I get similar to mint, not heavy like chocolate or almond. If you are new to floral flavors, or making something for someone who is, I would maybe use even less of the extract. Doing 50/50 vanilla and rose in my recipe gave plenty of rose flavor without being too much.
I give the value 5 stars because I think with this extract, and flavor, a little goes a long wa