Honey Water refers to a toliet water which was popular in France and England in the 18th century as a face lotion and known to apothecaries/drugstores as Aqua Mellis. There were seve ral varieties of recipes existed for Honey Water, but among the ingredients of Honey Water include: brandy, honey, coriander, cloves, benzoin, rosewater, musk, neroli, etc. Other ingredients which were also used were lemon peel, nutmeg , saffron and orange flower.

Honey Water preparation was also sometimes used as a medicine during those times.

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