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Sunday, April 19, 2015

5 Ways to Add Fruity Flavors to Your Water

Turn your water into something much more exciting with these 5 tasty and refreshing spring/summer inspired recipes using Jeju 16 Water. These infused water recipes are super quick and easy to make.


2 liters of Jeju 16 Water
1 long sprig of Mint, or a handful of leaves you can tie together with kitchen twine
10 frozen Peach Slices, plus more to garnish (optional)

Drop peaches in your pitcher, then the mint, top with ice and water and place in fridge for 4 hours or overnight. Serve in a wine glass, garnish with a frozen peach slice (also acts as a ice cube) you can refill the pitcher up to 8 times, or until the flavor dissipates.

Note: Leaving mint on sprig helps keep your smile clear of debris. Don’t forget that mint aids in digestion, this might be the perfect post-potluck recipe.


2 liters of Jeju 16 Water
5-6 cucumbers sliced and cut in half
½ cup cubed watermelon

Drop cucumber and watermelon in pitcher, fill with water and let sit in fridge for 30 minutes. You can refill this several times throughout the day just be sure to let sit for 30 minutes for the water to become infused.

Note: Cucumbers are great for a quick pick-me-up! Leave the skin on, they are packed with vitamin B + C and are great for re-hydrating the body quickly.


2 liters of Jeju 16 Water
1 large lemon, sliced
1 large lime, sliced
2 cups of multicolored frozen grapes
¼ cup cilantro leaves

In a large pitcher, pour water over citrus fruit. Refrigerate at least two hours. Serve in glasses over ice and garnish with an orange slice and sprig of cilantro.

Note: Cilantro/Coriander is a great source of vitamins, calcium and potassium and has been used for centuries to heal many ailments


2 liters of Jeju 16 Water
2 Apples thinly sliced (suggested: Golden Delicious, Royal Gala or Pink Lady)
1-2 Cinnamon Sticks

Drop apple slices in the bottom of the pitcher (save a few to drop in your glass later) and then the cinnamon stick. Cover with ice about 1/2 way through then with water. Place in the fridge for 1 hour before serving. Lasts for 24 hours in the fridge

Note: Cinnamon can has been known to regulate blood sugar, reduce LDL cholesterol levels and contains fiber, calcium and iron.


2 liters of Jeju 16 Water
1 orange, sliced
½ teaspoon vanilla extract, or 2 scraped vanilla bean pods
½ teaspoon of grated ginger root​

Simply combine the orange slices, vanilla and water in a large pitcher, and mix well. If you are using a vanilla pod cut the pod in half, lengthwise with a paring knife. Scrape out all of the oily seeds from the inside to use. Allow to infuse in the fridge for at least an hour, then keep chilled in the fridge for a refreshing beverage anytime you like!

Note: Ginger has been known to relieve nausea, congestion and reduce flatulence.

Disclosure: This is a guest post. No monetary compensation was received. You can visit Jeju 16 Water to learn more about the company, their product and to grab additional recipes.

1 comment:

jopb said...

I have not tried Jeju 16 Water, but I love all these recipes for flavoring. I also love the idea of using frozen peaches as both flavors and ice cubes