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Orange Blossoms Puzzle Details:

About: Today, in this new jigsaw puzzle, we feature some fresh smelling orange blossoms. The orange blossom is the fragrant flower of the orange tree. It is used in perfume making and has been written about as an aphrodisiac. The petals of orange blossom can also be made into a delicately citrus-scented version of rosewater; orange blossom water (aka orange flower water), a common part of both French cuisine and Middle Eastern cuisine. The orange blossom is the state flower of Florida.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 13/Sep/2013

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