Are you having a big party and want something creative and delicious to serve? Or just looking for a refreshing drink with on a warm day?
Whatever your reason, we’ve got your top 5 water flavoring choices to spice up your drink!
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1. Pineapple, Mint, and Ginger
Interested in a pineapple, mint, and ginger infused water?
To get started, grab a pitcher, a mason jar, a paring knife, a muddler or wooden spoon, pineapple, mint, ginger, and ice.
Cut up half of the pineapple into thin slices, grab about 6 sprigs of mint, and peel and slice the ginger using the paring knife.
Use the muddler or wooden spoon to lightly crush the mint at the bottom of the pitcher. Add the ginger and gently smash it using a circular motion. Finally, add the slices of pineapple.
Next, add 2 quarts of water. Let this sit in your refrigerator for a few hours for best results.
Now you should strain all of the solids out. Don’t worry, we’ll have fruit in the drink via garnish.
Add a slice of pineapple, a sprig of mint, and a slice or two of ginger to a mason jar, fill it with ice and then top it off with your deliciously infused water! Voila!
2. Apple, Cinnamon
Thinking fall? Think apple and cinnamon flavored water; delightful!
To get started, grab a pitcher, a mason jar, a paring knife, apple, cinnamon sticks, and ice. Cut up 2 apples into thin slices and add that and 4 cinnamon sticks into your pitcher with about 2 quarts of water.
Let the solution sit for at least two hours and then strain and serve with ice and a garnish of a slice of apple and a cinnamon stick.
3. Grapefruit Water Flavoring, Mint
We love fresh fruit, but sometimes you just want something easier. With True grapefruit packets, you’ll get the taste and benefits of grapefruit without all of the messy and time-consuming cutting and instilling.
We love grapefruit on its own, but adding mint really elevates the flavor profile. If you’re interested in adding mint, add a few sprigs to a mason jar … Read the rest