The red sugary syrup which smell like rose and its taste refreshes us, nobody knew would be so much famous among Pakistan.
From the day I was born till the day today I’m alive, I’ve never seen any day rooh afza not in my house. My mother has served rooh afza thousand times in front of the guest and I have drank it countless times after coming back from institute and still I’m not bored with the taste.
Maybe it’s the only drink where economics diminishing marginal theory doesn’t apply because each additional unit of rooh afza makes me carve more and I take bigger gulp with each sip of mine.
Like Canada is so in love with their maple trees that they make a syrup out of it which is famous to be use with pancakes Pakistan is in love with rooh afza.
In my house I use rooh afza almost for everything; either it’s a drink or mixture for my milk, the topping for the pancake, mixture to pure on cake or the opposite use for caramel on my pudding. Rooh afza do not break the taste it increases it. So how do you use rooh afza?