Rose Milk Recipe

Rose Milk, a timeless drink celebrated across cultures, isn't just a beverage but an elixir. An elixir of happiness that families share during Holi and of solace that soothes weary travellers' parched throats during Ramadan's warmth!

Made with simple ingredients like milk, rose syrup, water, and Nestlé MILKMAID, every sip of this Rose Milk captures hearts with its delicate floral aroma and creamy consistency.

About Our Recipe

Rose Milk transcends being just a beverage; it becomes an immersive experience. Picture the gentle infusion of sweet rose syrup into milk, unleashing its fragrant essence in every sip, complemented by Nestlé MILKMAID's luxurious creaminess.

Every sip orchestrates a symphony of natural flavours—subtle floral notes twirling with the richness of milk and the gratifying sweetness of condensed milk.

Beyond a mere flavour enhancement, Nestlé MILKMAID elevates Rose Milk to a celebratory beverage. Its light pink hue embodies the vibrancy of Holi, while its velvety texture reflects the warmth of Ramadan. This drink has the power to unite families and friends, melting away differences just as the rose syrup dissolves seamlessly in milk.

So, in this festive season, try this timeless delight with our easy Rose Milk recipe and toast to fresh beginnings, shared laughter, and the creamy indulgence that only Nestlé MILKMAID can deliver. With each sip, let the delicate fragrance of roses fill your heart with joy, and may the spirit of celebration blossom within.

Explore a variety of other delectable drinks that you can effortlessly prepare using MILKMAID during festive occasions, such as Badaam Milk, and Thandai. Visit our 'Drinks' section for the recipes.
 

  • Servings - 6
  • Preparation - 10 Min

Ingredients for Rose Milk

  • 1/2 tin Nestlé MILKMAID
  • 500 ml Nestlé a+ Toned Milk
  • 500 ml Water
  • 5 tbsp Rose Syrup
  • 12 Crushed Ice Cubes

How to make Rose Milk

  • Step 1: Mix Nestlé MILKMAID, milk, and water.
  • Step 2: Add the rose syrup and crushed ice cubes.
  • Step 3: Serve chilled!

Tips to make Rose Milk

  • Choose full-fat milk for a creamier texture and richer Rose Milk.
  • Add a pinch of cardamom, saffron, or nutmeg for an extra layer of warmth and complexity. For a final touch, you can sprinkle some crushed pistachios or rose petals. 
  • Serve Rose Milk icy cold for a refreshing, thirst-quenching experience.
  • Top with whipped cream or a scoop of rose ice cream or kulfi for a decadent experience.  

FAQs on Rose Milk

1. How does Rose Milk taste?

The flavour of Rose Milk depends on the proportions of rose syrup and milk used. Generally, it offers a delightful sweetness with a subtle and pleasant floral aroma that isn't overly strong. The addition of MILKMAID not only enhances the consistency and texture but also harmonizes the sweetness, resulting in the best possible flavour.
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2. Can I make rose syrup at home?

Yes, you can make rose syrup at home by combining sugar, water, and rose water. Simmer the mixture until it thickens into a delightful syrupy consistency. Some recipes include cardamom for an extra layer of flavour.

3. Are rose petals necessary in Rose Milk?

Rose petals are not necessary for Rose Milk, but they can enhance the flavour and aroma of the drink. An ideal Rose Milk recipe includes mixing milk with rose syrup made from rose water and sugar.

4. How long does Rose Milk last in the fridge?

The shelf life of homemade Rose Milk in the fridge is typically 2 to 3 days when stored at or below 4°C. If made with ingredients near expiration or using expired milk, it may spoil faster and should be consumed within a day or two. Store it in an airtight container to maintain quality and discard if you observe any colour, texture, or smell changes.

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