The rose water is divided into several categories in purity:
Heavy molasses (Class 1): Pear that contains at least 35 mg of essential oil per 100 ml, or at least an essential oil of less than 25 mg. According to the local pear, it is obtained from the shedding of 30 kilograms of flower (Qasemar) and extraction of 40 liters of solution from which the rose is known as the 5th semen.
Rose Dove (Second Degree): Pear is obtained in 100 ml of at least 15 kg of flower and extracts 40 liters of solution (2/5 semen). Of course, in the midst of the midgame, these two roses produce a moderate rose, which pours 18 kg of flower And the extraction is 40 liters of solution, which is called the trifle of semolina.
Apart from the above mentioned, there are also some types of rose water of various qualities which are taken on a limited scale in Qasr, including:
Dandelion Golabash: If after distilling and disinfecting once again, instead of pouring water on the flowers of the pot, sprinkle the previous rose, which is to be distilled again with fresh flowers. To the pears obtained from this distillation is called Golab, two flamingos.
Three Flowers of Rose (Three Flowers): If we repeat the action for a third time, we will distill the two flames again with fresh flowers; they will call the rose water three flaming ones. These two types of rose are produced very poorly and are unique in terms of the quality and amount of essential oil; the process continues to result in essential oils.
Rose water: If the water is added again after the distillation process and the distillate is recycled again, then the resulting rose water, which is of noble quality, is called water.
Lollipop Rose: A pear is made with a special pitcher, and instead of getting 40 liters of rose water from 30 kilograms of flowers, in fact, it gets 7 liters of rose water, and the more perfume is taken care of, and after the perfume comes out of the pitcher The rose is called a subtle or subzero.