Lemon Mint Spa Water

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This Lemon Mint Spa Water is an easy to make infused water. It’s super refreshing and you can change up the combo by using limes or oranges. But you can also use different fresh herbs like basil in place of the mint. I love keeping a pitcher of this infused water in the fridge chilled and ready to go in the summer months. And I’ve also found it’s a great way to hydrate for those that find plain water unappealing.

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The combination of lemon and mint is incredibly refreshing, especially on a hot day. We’ve been making pitcher after pitcher of this spa water all summer long. But… even though the weather has been cooling a bit, we’re still making it all the time.

It took me awhile, but I finally wrote down the measurements for what we’ve been using. However I’d encourage you just to think of it as a place to start. I never actually measure my mint out to exactly 3 grams, instead I eyeball it. But it sure doesn’t hurt to measure at least once, and then you’ll have an idea of how much to put into future batches.

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I’ve been a fan of putting lemon in my water for a long time, and you can read about the benefits in my 5 Reasons to Add Lemon to Your Water. But things have taken an interesting and flavorful turn with the addition of fresh herbs.

The full credit for the delicious addition of mint goes to my sister. She makes this in a large half gallon mason jar with a spigot. Then she adds ice cubes so that it can be left on the counter, and still be cold hours later. She says that it helps her remember to drink water when it tastes delicious, and it’s sitting right there on the counter in plain sight, (which I think is a great tip).

Let’s jump in and make this Lemon Mint Spa Water step by step!

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Making any type of spa water is really simple, just place the ingredients into a jar and fill with water. Depending on your combination of ingredients, spa waters usually benefit from a small amount of time in the fridge to let the flavors sink in.

Tip: My trick to having flavorful spa water right away is to lightly squeeze the sliced lemon and sprigs of mint before placing them into the container. This helps the ingredients release their flavor right away into the water.

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I really hope you enjoy this infused Lemon Mint Spa Water! If you do get a chance to make this, I hope you’ll leave me a comment/rating below. I always love hearing from you here. And if you’re loving infused waters, try my Springtime Strawberry Spa Water.

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Lemon Mint Spa Water


Description

This Lemon Mint Spa Water is an easy to make infused water. It’s super refreshing and you can change up the combo by using limes or oranges. But you can also use different fresh herbs like basil in place of the mint. I love keeping a pitcher of this infused water in the fridge chilled and ready to go in the summer months. And I’ve also found it’s a great way to hydrate for those that find plain water unappealing.


Ingredients

Scale

1 lemon, 3 ounces

6 small sprigs of mint, 3 grams

6 cups of cold water


Instructions

Cut the ends off the lemon and thinly slice it.

Place the lemon slices and mint sprigs into a pitcher, squeezing them if you want to drink the water right away.

Pour the cold water over the top.

Refrigerate for 1-2 days or drink right away.

Notes

This is only a guideline of a recipe, so feel free to increase or decrease the amounts of lemon and mint.

  • Category: Drinks
  • Method: Mixing
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Lemon Spa Water, Lemon Mint Infused Water, Mint Infused Water, Lemon Water

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