Rose Petal Soda Pop Recipe

Kathryn Kingsbury takes readers on a journey of making homemade sodas with this Rose Petal Soda Pop Recipe.


| March/April 2007


Learn how to make this homemade Rose Petal Soda Pop Recipe.

How to Make Homemade Soda Pop

Make Soda Pop From Plants

Rose Petal Soda Pop Recipe

Choose red or dark pink petals for a pleasantly pink pop. The delicate flavor of pear – another member of the rose family – is a perfect complement to the headier rose aroma. If pear juice is unavailable, substitute white grape juice.

2 cups fresh rose petals
11/4 cups white sugar
23/4 cups pear juice
2 tablespoons lemon juice
4 quarts water, divided
1/2 cup rose water
1/8 teaspoon yeast plus 1/4 cup water

Simmer together rose petals, sugar, pear juice, lemon juice and 1 quart water for 15 minutes. Strain, squeezing as much liquid as possible from the petals. Discard petals. Mix in rose water and remaining 3 quarts water. Proceed with steps 4 through 7 of the Tonic Root Beer Recipe. Makes nine 16-ounce bottles.


Kathryn Kingsbury is a Madison, Wisconsin-based freelance writer. She enjoys exploring local plant life and turning her kitchen into a culinary chemistry lab.





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