Fruit Infused Water Ideas For Your New Gallon Bottle
Infuse, Sip, Repeat
Infused water just tastes better. Period.
Don’t believe me? I’m going to challenge you to see how much more water you drink when it has notes of fruit, citrus, herbs, and a hint of sweetness.
If you struggle to gulp down your 8-10 glasses per day (or more if you live in hot climates, hit the sauna or exercise), then adding a ‘little something-something’ to your water definitely helps it go down better.
Like, you might actually begin to crave it.
The key to amazingly delicious infused water is the combinations of fruits and herbs that taste great together. If you like things a little matchy-matchy (same!), try the combos we put together for these cute-as-can-be Ready, Set, Glow Gallon Timer Bottles.
PS – they come with a built-in infuser, so all you have to do is add your flavors of choice 😉
This question might go right into the “duh” category, but here it goes anyway.
According to the Harvard School of Public Health, hydration “regulates body temperature, keep joints lubricated, prevent infections, delivers nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly. Being well-hydrated also improves sleep quality, cognition, and mood.”
And, it makes your skin look SO much better. Enough said. Simply put, water is the cheapest and easiest way to improve your health.
Feeling the Blue Gallon Bottle?
The flavor combo in this infused water recipe tastes as good as it looks! It’s a little sweet, citrus-y with light notes of mint.
Pro tip: The key to getting the most flavor out of your water is to chop the fruit into cubes so that you can fit more in the cylinder. Leave the more delicate fruits for last when layering in your ingredients so they stay in tact. Add as little or as much of the following to suit your taste buds.
Blue-Green Infused Water Recipe
- Fresh mint
- Persian cucumbers
Peach Infused Water Combo
For the peach bottle, we chose a more tropical theme featuring mango, cantaloupe and oranges. This combo would taste delicious with some added basil in place of the mint, if desired.
- Fresh mint or basil
Purple Infused Water Combo
If going with the purple bottle, consider a berry-based combination! Just add these delicate fruits in gently.
Remember, hydration is key to good health and glowing skin, and is essential if you hit the gym hard and often! So drink up!
Comment below which version you want to try first! And let us know if you drink more water when it’s infused (and because your cute new water bottle encourages you with a positive note and timer printed on the side).
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