Orange Flower Water
Unlike orange extract, orange flower water contains no alcohol and is actually created from a flower. It is made by steaming the rather bitter blossoms of an orange tree and capturing the flavor in the liquid that is left behind.
This is a great, non-alcoholic substitute for orange extract. It is commonly used in baked goods, various sweets and savory dishes and a variety of cocktails and drinks such as the Ramos Gin Fizz.
Ingredients: Distilled bitter orange blossom water.
Flavor of Orange Flower Water
This liquid created from a flower is a great non alcoholic substitute for orange extract and pairs well with most herbs.
Uses of Orange Flower Water
Try in baked goods, and various sweet and savory dishes. Add to cocktails like ramos gin fizz and other drinks.