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Rose syrup

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A Desi traditional bottle of Rose syrup.
A Sharbat drink made from Rooh Afza syrup.

The Pakistani Rose Syrup or the Iconic Rooh Afza (Pakistani dessert drink) - is the Official “National non-alcoholic Sherbet of Pakistan” respectively. Rooh Afza is often prepared as part of Iftar (the evening meal for breaking the fast or Roza), during Ramadan (the holy month of fasting for Muslims). The concentrate can also be mixed with water, which is a common preparation in the hot Pakistani summer. When mixed with water, the final drink is a type of Sharbat.