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Rose Sugar

Rose Sugar


Elevate your baking with our exquisite Rose Sugar, made from organic cane sugar infused with the delicate essence of rose petals. This aromatic and elegant sugar is perfect for adding a subtle floral note to your gourmet baked goods, from cookies and cakes to pastries and scones. It also makes a lovely addition to craft cocktails, adding a sophisticated hint of floral sweetness to your favorite libations. Sprinkle it on the rim of a cocktail glass or use it as a garnish for a truly luxurious touch. With its beautiful color and delicate flavor, our Rose Sugar is a must-have for any gourmet baker looking to add an extra layer of sophistication to their creations.


Rose sugar, made from cane sugar and rose petal powder, can add a delicate floral flavor to various dishes and beverages. Here are some creative ways to use rose sugar in cooking:

Baking: Substitute regular sugar with rose sugar in baking recipes to add a subtle floral aroma and flavor to cakes, cookies, muffins, and scones. Rose sugar works well in recipes like rose-flavored shortbread cookies, rosewater cakes, or rose petal sugar cookies.

Beverages: Sprinkle rose sugar into hot or cold beverages for a fragrant twist. Add it to tea, coffee, lemonade, or cocktails for a hint of sweetness and floral fragrance. You can also use it to rim the glasses of cocktails like a rose-infused margarita or a floral gin and tonic.

Desserts: Use rose sugar as a finishing touch for desserts. Sprinkle it over fruit salads, yogurt, or ice cream to elevate their flavor profile. You can also use it to sweeten whipped cream or frosting for cakes and cupcakes.

Homemade Jams and Preserves: Add rose sugar to homemade jams, jellies, or fruit preserves for a unique floral flavor. It pairs well with berries, stone fruits, and citrus fruits, enhancing their natural sweetness.

Middle Eastern and Indian Cuisine: Incorporate rose sugar into Middle Eastern and Indian recipes for a touch of authenticity. It can be used in dishes like Persian rosewater rice pudding (Sholeh Zard), Indian milk-based desserts (such as Rasgulla or Ras Malai), or in traditional Middle Eastern sweets like Turkish delight or baklava.

Salad Dressings and Sauces: Use rose sugar to sweeten homemade salad dressings, marinades, or sauces. Combine it with balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and herbs for a floral vinaigrette to drizzle over salads or grilled vegetables.

Candied Nuts and Fruits: Coat nuts or dried fruits with rose sugar for a sweet and aromatic snack. Toss almonds, pecans, or dried rose petals in rose sugar and bake them for a crunchy treat. You can also use candied rose petals as a garnish for cakes or desserts.

Floral Infusions: Make a simple syrup by dissolving rose sugar in water over low heat. Use the rose-infused syrup to sweeten beverages, cocktails, or desserts. You can also use it to moisten cakes or pastries for added flavor and moisture.


When using rose sugar in recipes, start with a small amount and adjust to taste, as its floral flavor can be quite potent. Store rose sugar securely closed and  away from direct sunlight to preserve its aroma and flavor. Enjoy experimenting with this unique ingredient to add a touch of elegance to your culinary creations!


Rose sugar offers a unique flavor profile that can be utilized in various creative ways beyond traditional cooking and baking. Here are some unique uses for rose sugar:

  • Homemade Body Scrub: Combine rose sugar with coconut oil or almond oil to create a luxurious DIY body scrub. The gentle exfoliating properties of the sugar, combined with the moisturizing effects of the oil, can help to soften and rejuvenate the skin. The subtle scent of roses adds a delightful aromatherapy element to your skincare routine.

  • Rose Sugar Rim for Cocktails: Use rose sugar to rim cocktail glasses for an elegant and aromatic touch. Simply moisten the rim of the glass with a lemon or lime wedge, then dip it into the rose sugar to coat the rim. This works especially well with floral or citrus-based cocktails like a rose martini, lavender lemonade, or a grapefruit mimosa.

  • Rose Sugar Body Scrub Cubes: Create small cubes using a mixture of rose sugar and melted coconut oil. Once solidified, these cubes can be used in the shower as individual body scrub bars. The sugar exfoliates the skin while the coconut oil moisturizes, leaving your skin smooth, soft, and lightly scented with roses.

  • Floral Tea Sweetener: Add a spoonful of rose sugar to your favorite herbal tea for a fragrant and naturally sweetened beverage. Rose sugar pairs particularly well with floral teas like chamomile, lavender, or hibiscus, enhancing their aroma and flavor without overpowering them.

  • Rose Sugar Bath Soak: Mix rose sugar with Epsom salt and a few drops of rose essential oil to create a luxurious bath soak. The combination of rose sugar and salt helps to detoxify the skin and relax tired muscles, while the aroma of roses creates a soothing and indulgent bathing experience.

  • Rose Sugar Lip Scrub: Mix rose sugar with a small amount of honey or coconut oil to create a gentle lip scrub. Gently massage the mixture onto your lips to exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, leaving your lips soft, smooth, and subtly flavored with roses. 

These unique uses for rose sugar can add a touch of elegance and luxury to your daily routine while enjoying the delightful scent and flavor of roses. Experiment with different applications to discover your favorite ways to incorporate rose sugar into your life.




Ingredients: Organic: cane sugar and rose petal powder


Spice Jar: 3.8oz (108g)

Comes in a clear glass jar, opening is for pouring and sifting.

Height: 4.1" Diameter: 2.0"

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