How do you make water less boring?
We all need water to hydrate ourselves, but to a lot of us, it tastes just that - plain. How do you spice it up?
I add two big slices of lemon or lime, a sprig of mint and lemon balm (melissa officinalis). It actually tastes better after a while when all the fragrances mix together. Chill it or drink in room temperature. Even my kids and neighborhood kids love it. It also looks lovely, almost like a piece of art, especially if you have a glass pitcher.
You can add some fruits or a bit of juice to spice things up.
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Water isn't boring to me, it's the most refreshing drink in the world.
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