This Christmas we’d like to offer you a Christmas infused water recipe. A mix of fruits & flowers with the scents of the holidays!
It’s super easy to prepare it and you can do it in a big dose. Keep it in a cool and dry place (away from light and heat) and you could freely have it for the rest of the year.
First let’s see the ingredients:
Hibiscus flowers Sweet orange zest Rose petals Chopped almonds Cardamom seeds Cloves Vanilla Filtered tap water
The quantities of the ingredients could be made to fit to your own taste!
To prepare the infusion, simply pour the hot water over the mix described above (one tablespoon for 200ml) and leave it … Read more…
We know that in summer we are supposed to drink much more water in order to stay hydrated. But sometimes it might seem a little bit boring to drink plain water, especially when living in a region where tap water does not taste great. This is why we have decided to share an easy and quick recipe for a naturally sweet and delicious fresh kiwi infused water, that will not only clench your thirst and hydrate you: it is also a delicious pleasure!
This recipe is for approximately 8 glasses and will take you 5 minutes to prepare. Even less the more you practice 🙂
Ingredients and machinery: 7-8 kiwis (ideally ripe, local and organic) 8 glasses of filtered water … Read more…
Even though the spring is playing hard to get this year, depending on where you live you probably already started to see strawberries in your local grocery stores. And we love that!
We wanted to share with you a recipe to use those delicious strawberries to make an infused water that will make you want to stay hydrated all day long. The main ingredients are: filtered water, strawberries, lemon and basil. Sounds good? Then keep reading for more!
Ingredients and utensils:
1 liter of fresh filtered water 4-5 strawberries* 1/2 lemon* 5-10 basil leafs* 1 glass jar (1L capacity)
* Try to buy these ingredients package-free or with your own containers, from local producers and grown without pesticides.
It is apple season! Yellow, green, red… you go to the supermarket and you find apples of all shapes and colors. Well, here is the good news: apples are great for boosting your metabolism and getting rid of toxins.
And there are more ways to benefit from their properties than making an apple pie our sauce: preparing your own apple infused water. And, if you add cinnamon, on top of adding extra flavor, it will help lower your blood sugar level.
Please bear in mind that the ingredients take between 2 to 4 hours to properly infuse, so make sure you prepare it in advance.
Ingredients and machinery: 1 liter of filtered water 1 sliced apple* 1 cinnamon stick* 1 … Read more…
Although autumn is already here, October is always a month with changing weather and there are still some days of heat. These days are perfect for a refreshing cucumber and lime infused water to wake up in the morning full of energy.
This recipe should be prepared ideally the night before to let the ingredients infuse.
It can be kept in the fridge overnight for extra freshness (our recommended option) in the morning or left covered on the kitchen counter and be drank at room temperature.
Ingredients and machinery:
1 liter of filtered water 1/4 cucumber* 1/2 lime* 1 glass jar (1L capacity)
* Try to buy these ingredients package-free, from local producers and grown without pesticides.
Cucumber & lime water … Read more…
Coming back from the summer holidays and getting back to a more normal rhythm can be a challenge.
We hope to help you out a little by sharing this recipe of a calming chamomile and mint infused water that will make you ready to sleep like a baby.
This recipe is very easy and takes almost no time to prepare. But bear in mind that you need to prepare it 3-4h (minimum) before going to bed in order to let the ingredients infuse.
Ingredients and machinery: 1 liter of filtered water 1 spoonful / bag of tea of chamomile* 1 lemon* 1 handful of fresh mint* 1 infuser (if the chamomile is in bulk instead of in a tea bag) … Read more…