Orange Water For Your Bath or as cologne

Stormy Stewart


You can use this recipe to make lemon water, rosewater, etc


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How to Make Orange Water For Your Bath or as cologne


  1. Other Idems you will need
    Mason jar
    Decorative bottles or perfume bottle
    food coloring if desired
  2. Combine the vodka and distilled water in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Add the orange e.o and orange peel and stir well. Cap and put the mixture aside for about 4 weeks. After the "waiting time", strain out the orange peel and then funnel into your decorative jars. I usually add more orange peel slivers at this stage as a decorative addition. With this much vodka it will keep 6 months or so with the peel, a year without. You can add a few drops of food coloring at this time if you wish. Label. You can use this as an additive to your bath or as a cologne.

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