Impactful at very low levels, Bulgarian Rose is intensely floral, very sweet, with subtle wine-like hints.

Rose has been used to flavor milk as a traditional drink in South India and parts of Asia for decades.  In modern days, rose continued this pairing with creamy profiles as it expanded outside of beverages and into chocolates, baked goods, ice creams and syrups.  In recent product releases rose has been standing on its own, no longer masked with a milky/creamy profile but now embracing a bolder floral intensity.  Rose wines (not to be confused with Rosé), gummy bears, cookies, lemonade, vodka, teas and candies are all highlighting the full rose profile with its delicate floralcy.

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