Rose milk is a refreshing and delicious drink enjoyed for centuries in many parts of the world. It's a perfect treat for hot summer days made from rose syrup, milk, and sugar. From its soothing aroma to its creamy texture, there's nothing quite like a cool glass of rose milk to quench your thirst and satisfy your sweet tooth.
It is also a festive drink usually served during Holi and Ramadan festivals to relish and enjoy with your family and friends.
You don't need to worry about how to make rose milk. Our rose milk recipe is simple to follow, and the result is a sweet and creamy drink perfect for sipping on a hot day. You can even let your kids help.
All you will need are a few easily available ingredients for our rose milk recipe, such as Nestlé MILKMAID, Nestlé a+ Toned milk, water, and rose syrup.
The rich and creamy texture of the Nestlé MILKMAID adds a luxurious touch to this classic drink and takes it to the next level. It's the perfect ingredient to make your rose milk extra special and irresistible.
The taste of rose milk can vary based on how much rose syrup and milk is used. But typically, it's sweet and has this lovely floral fragrance that isn't too overpowering. The milk helps balance the sweetness, making it a refreshing and satisfying drink.
Some even compare the taste of rose milk to a milkshake or a sweet, floral latte. Try our rose milk recipe and tell us your experience.
Rose petals are not necessary for rose milk, but they can be used to enhance the flavour and aroma of the drink. Typically, a rose milk recipe entails mixing milk with rose syrup made from rose water and sugar.
The shelf life of rose milk in the fridge depends on several factors, such as the ingredients used, the temperature of the fridge, and how it was prepared.
Typically, homemade rose milk made with fresh ingredients should be consumed within 2 to 3 days when stored in the fridge at or below 4°C. However, if the rose milk was made with ingredients that were close to their expiration date or if the milk used was already past its prime, it may spoil faster and should be consumed within a day or two.
It's essential to store rose milk in an airtight container in the fridge to prevent contamination from other food and to maintain its quality. If you notice any changes in colour, texture, or smell, discard the rose milk as it may have gone bad.