Want more flavor in your water but don’t want the high sugar load of most sweetened beverages? A fruit infuser water bottle may be the solution. Chopped-up fruit is placed inside an inner basket and immersed in the water bottle, imparting its vitamins, minerals, and taste to the water. The result is a convenient, healthy, and refreshing elixir that makes meeting your daily H20 quotient easier than ever. But not all fruit infuser water bottles are created equal. Here’s your guide to the top bottles for leveling up your hydration game.
Naturally flavored fruit infused water that’s not only easy to make, but healthy and delicious! It has a sweet and refreshing taste and has a cleansing effect on the body. Say goodbye to soda, juice and sugary drinks with this tasty fruit water!
There’s something about enjoying fruity and refreshing drinks in the Summer that’s so satisfying. I love to make different fruit infused water combinations to drink throughout the day and stay hydrated. I also like to make all types of smoothies, family friendly sangria and blueberry mint lemonade.
To me, fruit infused water just screams SUMMER! I’m so happy that it’s warming up outside. Now we just need to remember to stay hydrated. And this fruit water is the perfect way to do that!
All that you need to make your own fruit infused water is fresh fruit, herbs and water, of course. The fruit and herbs add amazing flavor and taste super refreshing. If you have a hard time drinking enough water, this is a great way to stay hydrated and enjoy a healthy drink!
I’ve found that citrus fruits and fresh berries hold up really nicely. I’ll also add in some tropical fruits like coconut or mango sometimes too. And you can’t forget the fresh veggies and herbs! Cucumber, mint and basil are some of my favorites that add amazing flavor.
1.How long does it take to infuse? To get a strong, fruity taste, I’d recommend refrigerating the water for at least an hour. You can even let it chill overnight, which really helps bring out the fresh flavors.
2.How long does it last? I’d recommend enjoying within 3 days of making it. I’ve found that the fruit and herbs lose a bit of their freshness any longer than that.
3.Can you eat the fruit in infused water? Sure. The fruit typically isn’t as flavorful because the juices leak into the water over time, but it can’t hurt to try it!