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  1. Saint Elisabeth of Hungary is sometimes reputed to have ordered the first modern perfume in Europe, called 'Hungary water'. Hungary water (sometimes called "the Queen of Hungary's Water", [1] Eau de la Reine de Hongary , [2] or "spirits of rosemary" [2] ) was one of the first alcohol-based perfumes in Europe , primarily made with rosemary. [2]

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  3. Hungary water - Wikipedia

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    Saint Elisabeth of Hungary is sometimes reputed to have ordered the first modern perfume in Europe, called 'Hungary water'. Hungary water (sometimes called "the Queen of Hungary's Water", [1] Eau de la Reine de Hongary , [2] or "spirits of rosemary" [2] ) was one of the first alcohol-based perfumes in Europe , primarily made with rosemary. [2]

  4. Queen of Hungary’s Water - Mountain Rose Herbs

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    Mar 21, 2012 · Queen of Hungary’s Water There is something so intriguing about recipes that have been used for centuries and passed down by oral tradition and folktales. Below is one of my favorite herbal recipes with legend deeply rooted in folklore.

  5. Beauty recipe: The Queen of Hungary's Water (the world's ...

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    Turns out Queen of Hungary’s Water (or Hungary water, as it’s known in short) was the world’s first distillable perfume – predating Eau de Cologne by almost five centuries. And it wasn’t just a perfume either.

  6. Queen of Hungary Water | Natural Skin Care

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    Queen of Hungary Water Recipe There are numerous stories about the origins of Queen of Hungary Water , but the one I prefer is that it was made for Elisabeth by the gypsies in the 14th century. It has been touted as a cure-all for many ailments, and its uses include mouthwash, aftershave, and a hair rinse among many other things.

  7. Queen of Hungary Water | Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics UK

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    Queen of Hungary water was brought over to England in the late 17th century, but by mid-eighteenth century, it had been renamed to ‘spirit of rosemary.’ We make our own version of Queen of Hungary water, inspired by the original recipe, and put it in our Skin's Shangri La moisturiser for its beautifying qualities.

  8. Hungary Water - The First Perfume Ever Made

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    Queen Isabella appeared too early in the history (13th century) so she couldn't be one who ordered creation of this perfume. It is assumed that the queen from legend of Hungary water was Elisabeth of Poland (1305 – 1380), Queen Consort of Hungary and sister of Casimir the Great of Poland.

  9. Queen of Hungary Water | Lush South Africa

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    Queen of Hungary water was brought over to England in the late 17th century, but by mid-eighteenth century, it had been renamed to ‘spirit of rosemary.’ We make our own version of Queen of Hungary water, inspired by the original recipe, and put it in our Skin's Shangri La moisturiser for its beautifying qualities.

  10. Queen of Hungary Water :: Materia Aromatica

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    Queen of Hungary Water July 2017, posted by Isabelle. I love a good story, particularly when aromatics are the heroines. The truth behind the legend of the Queen of Hungary's Water is long lost to the mists of time, leaving behind intriguing whispers of a beautiful queen, reclusive monks and magical alchemists.

  11. Queen of Hungary Water | Lush United Arab Emirates

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    Queen of Hungary water was brought over to England in the late 17th century, but by mid-eighteenth century, it had been renamed to ‘spirit of rosemary.’ We make our own version of Queen of Hungary water, inspired by the original recipe, and put it in our Skin's Shangri La moisturiser for its beautifying qualities.

  12. Queen of Hungary water | papaver

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    Oct 19, 2009 · Queen of Hungary water is rumored to be the first alcohol-based perfume in Europe. Its origins are a bit uncertain. Some sources say the queen received it as a gift from a monk, while others claim it came from a court alchemist. Still other sources attribute it to the Roma, who often sold herbal remedies.