- Add a squeeze of lemon or lime (or both).
- Fill a large jug with water, sliced fruit (try citrus, berries or melon) and ice; refrigerate overnight.
- Let pineapple chunks soak in water for at least two hours.
- Mash up blueberries or raspberries in the bottom of your glass, then add sparkling or still water.
- Pour in a splash of unsweetened cranberry juice.
- Make ice cubes out of no-sugar-added juice and add to sparkling or still water and cranberry juicewater.
- Tear up some fresh mint leaves and leave to steep in water before drinking.
- Add sliced cucumber for a refreshing zing.
- Freeze clementine slices and use as ice cubes.
- Flavor with Crystal Light (or other sugar-free mix such as Lipton’s Green Tea).
- Make half the glass sparkling water, half the glass still water; it’s not as gassy as sparkling alone.
- Crush some basil leaves, add to water and leave overnight.
- After boiling vegetables, such as carrots, reserve the water and chill overnight for a vitamin-packed blast of flavor.
- Add some artificial sweetener, like Splenda or Stevia, to give your drink pep without the calories.
- Add a few drops of rose water.
- Brew green or white tea, then chill.
- Add an herbal tea bag like passion fruit; heat with lemon.
- Add a splash of your favorite diet soda to plain seltzer water.
- Try no-cal Metromint water (in flavors like Peppermint, Spearmint, Cherry Mint and Chocolate Mint).
- Add a dash of Acai juice blend, like Sambazon.
I don’t agree with the use of diet soda in #18, but the rest are useful!