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Fruit Infuser Recipes: Enhanced H2O for Body and Soul

Posted May 30, 2013  |  written by  |  Tips and Trends from the Experts
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If you haven’t heard of the fruit infuser trend–or you haven’t had a chance to partake of these dynamic refreshments–now is the time to catch up. Fruit infused water is exactly what it sounds like–plain water with an enhanced taste by the presence of various fruits that sit in the container. As you might expect, the fruit infuser recipes are endless as well as the drinking accoutrements that help you to achieve this liquid bliss.

What You Need to Create Fruit Infusers

There are several options that InkHead offers for making and drinking fruit infuser recipes. IT might take some trial-and-error before you find the fruit infuser that fits your lifestyle. Fortunately, the selection is there and our prices are right.

  • Fruit Infusing Glass Water Bottle. This 20 oz. glass water bottle comes with a built-in fruit infuser
  • Fruit Infusion Tumbler. This 18 oz. tumbler features double-wall insulation with screw-on, drink-thru lid
  • PET Bottle with Flip Spout & Infuser. This 25 oz. sports water bottle features a fruit infuser, an integrated carry handle and a flip spout.

A Fruit Infuser Recipe You’ll Love

Fruit-flavored waters, sodas, ice teas, lemonades–fruit infuser recipes are only limited by your tastes and imagination. Check out our favorite fruit infuser recipe–from InkHead Account Manager Tamara–that is sure to get your taste buds jamming.

Tamara’s Special

Ingredients

  • 1 Lemon
  • 1/2 Cucumber
  • 1-2 Mint Leaves
  • 2 Teaspoons Sugar
  • Water

Directions
Add sliced lemon, sliced cucumber, and whole mint leaves to the fruit infuser. Combine with 2 teaspoons sugar. Fill bottle with fresh water. Shake to combine and chill. Allow to sit overnight for a more intense flavor.

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