Once used in Victorian icing recipes, rosewater is now a common ingredient in Middle Eastern cuisine. However its limits are not confined to that region, for it is seeing a rise in popularity because of its many uses. It is being included in both sweet and savory recipes, from being a staple to make rose harissa to being added to whipped cream for fruit desserts. Try it also when making rice or use it to make your own innovative cocktail. Ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Alcohol, Rose Oil, Natural Flavors.