Homemade Rosemilk – With Homemade Rose Syrup

April 27, 2017 DrinksHoli RecipesSummer Special  4 comments

Rosemilk brings back a lot of childhood memories. We used to make Rosemilk with Roohafza syrup. Am not sure if that is still available in the market. As a child, I thought that was Homemade Rosemilk. Trust me, making Rose Syrup at home is not a big deal. Moreover it does not contain any preservatives, making it a much better option than the store bought ones. I made Rosemilk Popsicles earlier. U can make this Rosemilk and pour it in popsicle moulds and enjoy too. If u ask me, I would not be patient enough to let it freeze and would simply slurp it with a straw 🙂

Now to the recipe..


Homemade Rosemilk My Magic Pan


[Preparation Time-5 mins : Cooking Time- 10 mins ] 

Homemade Rosemilk Ingredients:

  • Sugar – 2 cups
  • Water – 1 cup
  • Rose essence – 1 tsp
  • Red food colour – as needed
  • Milk – as needed


Rosemilk My Magic Pan



  • Take sugar and water in a pan. Heat it until the sugar dissolves completely. Boil it in medium flame until it reaches sticky consistency. The syrup should be pourable, sticky and form a thin string when u touch it between your fingers. We do not want single string consistency. The string should break immediately. Now add the food colour and boil for a minute so that the colour blends well.

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  • Let the syrup cool down a bit. Add the rose essence while it is still warm and mix well. Let it cool completely and store it in a bottle for future use. Take a glass and add 2 tbsps of the Rose Syurp. Add boiled and chilled milk to it. Mix well.

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Thats it!! Chilled Rosemilk is ready!

Enjoy this cool drink this summer!!


Rosemilk My Magic Pan



  1. Use good quality rose essence. Do not be tempted to add more. It will lead to a very strong flavour.
  2. The rose syrup consistency should be similar to honey. If u over boil the syrup, it will crystallise after it cools down. It would taste the same though. So do not worry.
  3. Rose Syrup will stay good for upto a month in the fridge.


Rosemilk My Magic Pan


– By Sundari Nathan

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