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It is a much more expressive rose than the China rose or the Bulgarian rose, its intoxicating, velvety, powdery notes mark it out from the others, identical to the "old rose" perfumes of long ago.
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The Isfahan rose, or the “Pompon des Princes”, is often called the Damask rose. The province of Isfahan has preserved its culture since the 16th century.
This rose is found everywhere in Iranian cuisine, in pastries, cooking, sweets, ice cream, drinks.
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