Watermelon Mint Ginger Infused Water
by Tarla Dalal
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Watermelon Mint Ginger Infused Water is a minty gingery detox water that will not only soothe your stomach but also will make you feel refreshed. It is perfect for sipping on a hot summer afternoon and will keep you hydrated.
Fruit Infuser Water Bottles are easily available all over India, in online shops as well as the home needs section of supermarkets and retail chains. If you don’t have a Fruit Infuser Bottle, you can just use any glass jar or pitcher.
Put the fruit, spice and herb in the pitcher along with water and allow them to infuse for 2 to 3 hours. Then, strain the mixture to get detox water. The fruit, spice and herb can be discarded or more water can be added to make more detox water. Do not use the fruit, spice and herb for more than twice.
You can also try Apple Cinnamon Infused Water and Green Grapes Strawberry Infused Water .
- Put 5 watermelon cubes, all the mint leaves, ginger slices and the remaining 5 watermelon cubes in the infusing tube and close the lid.
- Fill ¾ of the bottle with water, place the infusing tube in it, close the lid of the bottle tightly and shake it lightly.
- Keep aside to infuse for 2 to 3 hours.
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