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Rose is in the spotlight right now. We have been seeing so much loveliness on social media featuring one of our favorite flowers. Until more recently, rose was considered predominately a fragrance, not so often a culinary experience. We love rose in both smell, look and taste. Today we're sharing our top 4 rose experiences.

ANTIDOTE. Hands down our current favorite chocolate. The Rose + Lemon Heirloom chocolate is half raw and half roasted. It gives you a steady sustained energy as well as gracing your tastebuds with its divine feminine flavor.

KEJIWA. We're obsessed with Kejiwa. First off, the product line itself is amazing, secondly the creators are incredible people that we love. They also happen to be Sedona locals! Kejiwa makes to amazing rose products, the Ormus minerals and the Venus Love rose spray, both of which we love dearly.

ROSE WATER LEMONADE TEA. This is a really simple rose recipe that is perfect for a hot summer day. Try out the recipe and make sure to tag us if you post #localjuicery 

a tea bag or tea steeper
2 tablespoon dried rose petals
12 oz fresh water
6 oz lemon juice, fresh squeeze
1 teaspoon lemon zest
3 tablespoons raw organic honey

Heat up the 12 oz of water and let the rose petals steep in the water for 10 minutes. 
You can use cheesecloth as a tea bag if you don't have one.
You may also boil the rose petals in the water for a stronger flavor. 
Mix the steeped tea with lemon, zest and honey.
Add ice cubes or let cool in the refrigerator for 10 minutes. 
Top with petals and zest for a beautiful display

RecipesSummer Sanders