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7 Delicious Infused Water Recipes

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You know the timeless advice to “drink eight glasses of water every day.” But let’s face it — many people forget it because they are too busy or don’t track their intake.

A delicious infused water may be the key to keeping you hydrated throughout the day. Packed with flavor and health benefits, it transforms drinking into a delightful experience. Say goodbye to dehydration and explore seven delicious, easy-to-prepare detox drinks.

Mint Water Recipe

If you like the freshness of mint, you’ll love this recipe. It requires minimal ingredients but more patience because it needs additional time to steep the mint leaves. Other than that, this is an easy recipe you can do for the whole family.


  • Place ¼ cup of mint leaves in one cup of boiling water. Allow to steep for 15 minutes.
  • Stir in two ice cubes and wait for water to become lukewarm.
  • Pour water into a pitcher and add about seven cups of water. If you want it cold, refrigerate for at least an hour.

Ginger and Fruit Infused Water

Looking for a sweet drink with a spicy kick? Try out this easy recipe. The ginger is the star of this drink. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and can aid weight loss and workout recovery. On the other hand, fruits will add natural sweetness to the drink, making this a perfect refreshment after a morning workout.


  • Add watermelon, sliced strawberries, cucumber, lemon and a few small slices of ginger in a pitcher. You can add or replace fruits with lime, orange and basil.
  • Pour water, whether warm or cold, depending on your preference.
  • Mix well. Use a large spoon to scoop out the ingredients into a glass. Add ice if necessary.
  • This water is best served when chilled for two hours, but you can do it the night before drinking it. Letting it sit for a more extended time makes it even more flavorful.

Hibiscus, Lemon and Honey Infused Water

The best thing about this infused water recipe is you can enjoy it when the weather is gray and cold or in the summer. Even better, the healing properties of hibiscus and honey make it a treat your stomach will thank you for. Create this naturally sweetened herbal beverage in your home today.


  • Place hibiscus flowers in one cup of boiling water — add more flowers if you want a stronger taste. Allow to steep for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Stir in two ice cubes and wait for water to become lukewarm.
  • Pour water into a pitcher. Add a few slices of lemons and a few teaspoons of raw honey.
  • Chill or serve warm.

Grapefruit Rosemary Infused Water

If you have a sweet tooth, this recipe will make drinking water more enjoyable. Grapefruit has fiber that helps ease high blood pressure and prevent constipation. Meanwhile, rosemary is a natural antioxidant that helps improve mood. Combined, they make an antioxidant powerhouse.


  • Grab a pitcher and fill it with ice or leave room for the ingredients.
  • Slice the grapefruit into small pieces and put them inside the container.
  • Get four or five springs of rosemary and add them to the water.
  • Stir everything together.
  • Put the pitcher on the fridge. Consume after two days. Put it in a reusable bottle and carry it everywhere you go to remind yourself to keep hydrated occasionally.

Strawberry, Kiwi, & Lime Infused Water

This might sound like a weird combination at first, but it’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing infused water on this list. The blend of colors and flavors is something your guests will love and come back for more. Even better, all fruits have antioxidant properties, which help reduce the risk of heart disease and boost skin health. If you’re ready to impress your family and friends, this fruity recipe is worth trying out.


  • Fill a pitcher, glass or mason jar with slices of kiwi, strawberries, lime and ice. 
  • Pour water and enjoy immediately. Citrus fruits add bitterness to the water if infused for more than four hours, so serve it immediately.
  • Refill until the fruit flavor is gone.

Watermelon, Jalapeño and Mint Infused Water

Who would have imagined that the fusion of sweetness and spice would unite beautifully in this watermelon, jalapeño and mint-infused water? The flavors and health benefits you’ll get from this drink are something you’ll return for more. Jalapeños help promote weight loss and watermelon aids skin health. A cooling herb like mint provides a cool sensation, which enables you to feel comfortable and aids digestion.


  • Add cubes of watermelon, small slices of jalapeño and mint in the pitcher.
  • Fill it with water, leaving just enough room for ice cubes.
  • Serve chilled and enjoy.

Mango and Basil Infused Water

The next time you’ll crave a summer drink. All it takes to quench your thirst are mango and basil. The sweetness of mango plus the freshness of basil brings a flavor adults and kids will both love. 


  • Prepare the ingredients. Peel and chop a mango, then clean a sprig of fresh basil leaves.
  • Place both ingredients in a pitcher, then pour water.
  • Allow to infuse for around one to eight hours. The longer you let it sit, the stronger flavor you will enjoy.
  • Pour on a glass or mason jar filled with ice.

Enjoy a Refreshing Cup of Infused Water Today

The best thing about infused water is that you can explore and experiment with ingredient combinations. Follow these recipes or whip up a unique recipe to make drinking more enjoyable!

Writer Bio

Beth is the Managing Editor and content manager at Body+Mind. She shares knowledge on a variety of topics related to nutrition, healthy living, and anything food-related. In her spare time, Beth enjoys trying out new fitness trends and recipes.

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