Rose & Cinnamon Water, 18th century curative, enjoy in teas, mixed drinks, in attractive apothecary jar

$14.47

What can you say about the rose and cinnamon water. That it’s unique. That it is tasty? And versatile, whether in teas, mixed drinks, or even recipes. Whatever you call it, Colonists believed the combination was more than tasty – it was a marvelous curative.  In a Washington family manuscript, this curative water was said to “comforteth the weake, cold and feeble stomake” and “easeth paines.” It also “prevaileth against the bitings of venomous beasts.” Comes in a beautifyl apothecary jar, with a keepsake tag and the gift card of your choice.

Additional information

Weight8 oz
Dimensions3 × 3 × 4 in

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