Tuesday, 24 February 2009
A milky variation to the ROSE SYRUP DRINK where fresh milk or condensed milk and in some instances, soda water is added. You will need to make the ROSE SYRUP in advance (see the recipe HERE) and then assemble the drink. Here’s what you'll need to make this drink.
ROSE SYRUP – see recipe HERE
Warm boiled water
Sweetened condensed milk
or fresh cold milk
A minute pinch of salt - optional
Soda water - optional
Method – to make a glass
In a glass, dilute 2 to 3 tsps of condensed milk in ¼ glass of warm water. Add about a tbsp (or to taste) of the rose syrup, plenty of ice and top with water or a combination of water and soda water. If adding soda water, add a few grains of salt to the drink. Stir and serve.
Add 1 tbsp of the rose syrup into a glass. Top with fresh milk, stir, add in ice cubes and serve.