rose oil

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a volatile fragrant oil obtained from fresh roses by steam distillation

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By a publication in the Official Journal of the EU from April 2014, the EC recognises the Bulgarian attar of roses, under the name aBulgarsko Rozovo Masloa and includes it in the list of protected geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs.
Described as pure Bulgarian Rose Oil, also referred to as Rose Otto and Attar of Roses, the oil is from the valley of the roses in Kazanlik, Bulgaria, home of the famous rosa damascena.
Because of the breadth of Jefferson's acquaintanceship, we get the incidental views of other dignitaries and demi-mondains on a wide range of subjects, from Benjamin Franklin's cure for flatulence (dried rhubarb and attar of roses dissolved in--what else?
Go for Attar of Roses for a good fragrance, which bears clusters of small mauve flowers,or Lady Plymouth for a lemon fragrance.
In markets as far afield as the Khan el Khalili in the old city of Cairo to the five acre site of covered stalls in the ancient walled city of Kano in northern Nigeria the odour of attar of roses, sweet jasmine and the spicier ambience created by oud, frankincense and sandalwood, encapsulate the very spirit of Islamic culture.
Bulgaria is the world's largest producer of attar of roses which they sold to the French perfume industry.
Scented geraniums are available in garden centres; ask for Pelargonium capita tum (rose-scentedgeranium)or the variety of Attar of Roses.