Roses can only be the butter of fragrance, and who would have thought that such a beautiful flower could be so divisive. While the delivery of 28 red roses would be difficult to refuse, perfume bottles that offer rose as the main scent often require careful consideration.
I love roses, and I’m here to convince you to do the same. I often sip rose tea, clog the sink with rose petals from the bath, or add rose water to hot chocolate. However, my favorite way to use roses has to be in perfumery.
Sure, for a lot of people, rose water conjures up nostalgic scenes of wonderful aunts in floral robes, but trust me. They have come a long way.
I’ve picked out my favorite rose water to lure you in, so keep reading and prepare to be convinced.