If you want to enjoy the taste of summer around the year, this is your syrup.
- Pick wild rose petals far away from the traffic. Do not wash them but try to avoid insects.
- Put the petals in a pot. Pour water to cover the petals. Measure and note how much water you used.
- Soak the petals for 2 days, press them with a plate to keep them under water. Stir occasionally.
- After 2 days add 5 g citric acid per liter to the wild rose-water. The petals will give out the wonderful pink color - it is magic! Let it happen for about 1 hour, stir occasionally.
- Filter the liquid through a sieve.
- Add 70 g sugar per liter and bring it to a boil.
- Cool it down, add Atamon (or other preservative) to the syrup and pour it in bottles.